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Twin Towers, NYC - still get choked up. Glad I had the opportunity to visit the towers prior to 9-11

World Trade Center and Statue of Liberty. We must all remember those symbols. - I have a picture from the base of Lady Liberty of me with the towers behind me :)

Photo of Grand Central Station in New York City

NYC Grand Central Terminal, 1929 — The light doesn’t stream in like this anymore because the buildings around the station are too tall. I Miss NYC and my brother so bad. Being in Grand Central was amazing.

"Hundred Acres" Restaurant soho nyc

Hundred Acres in the West village, advised for brunch !

New York City Buildings

This photo from New York, Northeast is titled 'New York City Buildings'.

I'd like to take amazing photos like that and translate them into words and feelings!   Amazing Snaps: New York, NY - Rockefeller Center

New York, NY - Rockefeller Center by Matt Pasant. What a great photo!

"Home of the Ghostbusters" - Hook & Ladder 8. 14 North Moore Street, between Varick Street and West Broadway. Tribeca, NYC

"Home of the Ghostbusters" & a scene in Hitch- Hook & Ladder Tribeca, New York - a movie site tour will take you to some of the iconic hot spots like this one

100 ft tear drop memorial on a New Jersey peninsula that views New York City. This was a gift to the American people sculpted by Zurab Tsereteli as an official gift of the Russian government as a memorial to the victims of 9/11. At the base engraved in stone are the names of every person lost. We should’ve seen more coverage on this, but as always, the American media focuses on the negative and replays the horrible details of that day.

The Teardrop monument in New York. Around the base of The Teardrop were the names of all those who died on – including 26 Russians. In fact the monument was a gift – an expression of grief – from the people of Russia to the US and officially named '

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