Friday, July 31, 2009

Day 54, Central Park, NYC, USA

Since we are not able to meet with Mr Trump once again, he has been kind enough to lend us his we are going to have an aerial view of New York City starting with Central Park

This huge inner city park is larger than some countries and is a haven in amongst the hustle, bustle and skyscrapers of central Manhattan.

Oh my gosh, it is so beautiful and I would have loved to have taken a horse and carriage ride around

and then maybe strolled around, had a picnic and taken in the almost endless acres of grass, trees and lakes.

From street performers to free concerts.....and what is that??

Oh,thats the Strawberry Fields memorial, a 2.5-acre (10,000 m2) landscaped section in New York City's Central Park that is dedicated to the memory of musician John Lennon.

Wow, there is museum mile......
New York is famous for its museums....

A total escape from the city, the buildings however are never far from sight to remind you that amongst all the green and relaxation, you're still in the heart of one of the worlds greatest cities.


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