Tag Archive | Buildings
The National Museum of the American Indian This is one building you can’t miss! One Bowling Green facing Broadway and Trinity Streets. Just a stones throw from the famous “Wall Street Bull”. And, only a short walk from Castle Clinton and the Statue of Liberty boat entrance. The U.S. Custom House is […]
The Explorers Club Walking to Central Park along east 70th Street. I was intrigued by the façade of a building that looked like it was Elizabethan England. I Crossed the street to have a better look and peered through the heavy metal door. Inside, it looked like a private club all wood and leather […]
What is the most recognizable monument in Paris? – Would it be the The Arc de Triomphe? In NYC, we have several to select from but at least one person from Brooklyn may be more familiar with the Soldiers and Sailors Monument in Brooklyn’s Grand Army Plaza. The soldiers and Sailors Monument dominates the Plaza […]
Pop-up Mini Blog The following were placed, for sale, in an on-line auction. Many of these had not been seen by the public but are currently on displsy st Sotheby’s.
Getting There On my to-do list was to walk over the Manhattan Bridge. I gathered up my google skills and decided hat it would be best to cross from the Brooklyn side. How close will the subway get me to my destination – Jay and Sands Street? Will there be subways closures? The nearest stop […]
NYC – Rain makes for sudden changes Recently, I went to see a parade –IMMIGRANT’S PARADE – but unfortunately when I got there it started to rain. I mean really rain! Click photos to enlarge So you are soaking wet and the parade gets cancelled, what to do? Think inside. Before I went to the […]
I did find a park amongst them and there were plenty of pre-schools along the way so I imagine quite a few people live in this area.