Monday, October 15, 2012


We went to New York City this past weekend. I had Fall Break (best thing ever!) and Stephen wanted to go out to network. I kind of tagged along. We had a lot of fun seeing the city, it is so different from our life now. It's a HUGE city on a tiny island

Mary was our tour guide for the morning - THANK YOU!

Cool sculpture at the Met
Central Park then city

 The 9/11 memorial is really nice. They have about 17,000 visitors each day! It was packed. The new tower is HUGE, bigger than the Twin towers.
There are two of these memorials, one for each tower

times square

(see the Freedom Tower, HUGE hu?!)

on the Staten Island ferry

Inside the garment district
This friend of Mary's makes patterns - so cool!

Rockefeller Center

Rockefeller Ice Rink
they are spraying it with water, making the ice - the next day people were skating on it
it was that October...

Stephen wanted to know if I could live there -
Yes, because the Rack is closer to me there than here in Utah

at Phantom of the Opera

the McGraw-Hill buildings (3)
so that's what our textbooks pay for!

Empire state building & Chrysler building
UN building

the views from where we stayed
thank you Mary for the hook-ups

Lady Liberty

a beautiful cathedral on Columbia campus
thanks to Craig for the tour

1 comment:

  1. Thank you for the trip down memory lane. NYC is my favorite city. What a great trip.