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Submitted by bugsly on Monday, January 9, 2006 - 19:12 Car | Core | New York | Washington, DC

Today was a long day. Read on to see why:


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A busy, busy day
Submitted by bugsly on Sunday, January 8, 2006 - 19:01 Boat | Core | New York | Subway

Today was a very busy day! We started out by heading to Ground Zero on the subway. That was a very sad experience, seeing all those names of the heroes that did not survive. Afterwards we headed out to see Lady Liberty and Ellis Island. We didn't actually go to Liberty Island, but we saw her from the ferry. If you have ever seen Lady Liberty for real you will probably agree with me that our country should be proud to have her as a symbol, because of her stability, glory, and beauty.

We then moved on to Ellis Island and saw some of the historic artifacts. However we spent most of our time searching the archives for my mom's Great-Grandmother, Augusta Marson. We eventually found a file that fit the description perfectly and we printed out her information sheet.

We then took the ferry back to shore and caught a cab to MOMA (Museum of Modern Art). There we saw Salvador Dali's "Persistence of Memory," Vincent van Gogh's "Starry Night," and even Monet's huge piece, with its own gallery, "Water Lily's". MOMA was a lot of fun to see, especially the Pixar exhibit.

Finally, after a long day we trudged home and turned in for the night (except Mom, who's playing Suduko, and me who as you probably know am typing) and we will be driving down the coast to D.C. tomorrow.

Bugsly


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More Walking...
Submitted by bugsly on Saturday, January 7, 2006 - 18:16 Core | New York | Walk

This morning we took the subway as close to the Metropolitan Museum as we could, and then took a very nice walk through Central Park. I do have to say that I really liked that walk, we even saw a couple of killer squirrels. By that I mean squirrels with serious attitude, a few of them scare birds away and steal their food! Later we headed into the Metropolitan Museum of Art and saw quite a few famous Monet's including the hay stacks, a Lily-pad piece, even one of his garden bridges. Pretty soon we were on the road again but first we stopped for a bite at a neat restaurant called E*A*T. That was about it for today, although I have to say that it was a lot of fun.

Bugsly


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A little Addition to yesterday...
Submitted by bugsly on Saturday, January 7, 2006 - 06:05 New York | Walk

Oops! I forgot to mention one thing in my entry yesterday! Between the Tiffany and Co., we stopped inside the F.A.O. Schwartz Building also known as a kids paradise! Read on to see why.


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Walking all day in New York City
Submitted by bugsly on Friday, January 6, 2006 - 19:39 New York | Walk

This morning started with a hot shower and ended sitting in front of a computer, all the rest was amazing sights and tired feet. Today we walked around New York City from 11:00am to 6:00pm (I admit we took about two taxi's!) so trust me it's great to be sitting down!


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A Busy Day in New York, New York!
Submitted by bugsly on Friday, January 6, 2006 - 18:44 Fly | New York

Today we started out in Atlanta Heartfield Jackson Airport and took a plane to LaGardia Airport to New York, New York. I have to say that I really to like this place. Our hotel is very nice and is right next to Time Sqaure, and the Theater District. Michael wasn't feeling well because he got food poisoning from some bad clam chowder, so my dad and I headed out to find some dinner. After a long search we finally found a great restaurant. In fact this restaurant is so good that when it was visited by Rachael Ray herself, and rated number one out of ten restaurants on one of her TV shows. She said that their burger was to die for, and it was! My dad actually had the burger and I had some amazing pasta with a great sauce. So far our stay in New York has been real fun!

Buglsy


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