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New York Part lll

Previously... 1. Breakfast 2. Random Places 3. Yankee Stadium 4. The Guggenheim Museum 5. The Vessel and The Shed 6. Time Square Day 3:  1. Brooklyn Bridge All I can say is, the magnets are cheaper at the very end!  2. Ramen Thank you to Jorge's boss who showed us this bomb Ramen place. (Yeah, I grabbed  some of their cool chop sticks to bring home.) 3. Joker Stairs Ok. This was by far the sketchiest part of our trip. But cool to see for sure. I wondered why that seen was so long in the movie. It's because the stair are practically endless! 4. 9/11 Memorial May God bless all of those who were lost and watch over those who were left without their loved ones... The 9/11 memorial was beautiful and very powerful. We didn't go in the museum but after hearing stories of it, if we go back, it's absolutely something I'd like to do.   5. The Oculus Wow, wow, wow. Santiago Calatrava out did

New York Part ll

Previously.. 1. Rockefeller Christmas Tree 2. Saks Fifth Avenue Display 3. St. Patrick's Cathedral 4. Central Park 5. The Vessel and Top of the Rock Day 2: The next morning we went out for breakfast at a wonderful hole in the wall that Jorge found. 2. Random Places, But they were pretty 3. Yankee stadium, where they were having a huge sale so we grabbed our friend a gift^.^ I was to worried about eating my croissant so I waited outside and enjoyed the weather. 4. The Guggenheim Museum  As an architecture student I felt obligated to go.. I'd never felt passionate about the building before but having been there, it really changed the way I see it. I mean I still don't love it, but I have a new found respect for it.  5. Then we went back to The Vessel to climb its numerous stairs. Right next to it was The Shed. Nice 2 for 1 deal. Haha  6.  We spent