Category Archives: The Big Apple

Best of 2017: New York City Trip Rainy Day means Inside Art at MoMA

Not every day on a vacation can be sunshine, rainbows and unicorns, so one day of our travels turned into a inch plus deluge of rain.  So with half of the other tourists in Manhattan we decided to visit the … Continue reading

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Best of 2017: New York City trip Part V

Not really wilderness but  much more well known patch of beauty: Central Park.  

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Best of 2017: New York City Part IV

Alert: Wilderness found in Manhattan and Brooklyn.  Photos from Fr. Tryon, Cloisters, Brooklyn Botanical Gardens

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Best of 2017: New York City trip Part III

More from the boat tour of Manhattan and environs, right good buddy… Whatever, Skipper.

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Best of 2017: New York City trip Part II

For three hours you get a complete circle around Manhattan and a side trip to Liberty and Ellis Island on the architectural boat tour and an architect talks almost the entire time pointing out the highlights along the way.  It … Continue reading

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Best of 2017 : New York City trip Part I

May took us to visit daughters in New York City and highlight was taking an architectural tour of Manhattan by boat.   These photos are a trip first to the Whitney Museum and walking down to the pier to meet the … Continue reading

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