NJ - Fort Lee: George Washington Bridge at night
The George Washington Bridge is a toll suspension bridge spanning the Hudson River, connecting Washington Heights in the Manhattan to Fort Lee in New Jersey by means of Interstate 95, U.S. Route 1/9. U.S. Route 46 ends halfway across the bridge at the state border. Initially named the Hudson River Bridge, it was renamed in honor of George Washington, who fortified positions on both ends--Fort Washington and Fort Lee--during the American Revolutionary War. The GWB is one of the world's…
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New York Life Building
Designed in 1926 by Cass Gilbert, who also designed the landmark Woolworth Building, the massive building, which was inspired by Salisbury Cathedral, rises forty stories to its pyramidal gilded roof and occupies the full block between 26th and 27th Streets, Madison Avenue and Park Avenue South, a rarity in Manhattan. The building stands 615 feet (187 m) tall and contains 40 floors. It was the last significant Gilbert skyscraper in Manhattan. The building was completed in 1928 after two years…
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Explore #13 6/17/07 On Saturday night, Kevin's friend Captain Darin invited us to be his guests on a three hour cruise on the Spirit of New Jersey. We hung out with Darin in the Wheel Room, ate good food, saw beautiful NYC from the river - including fireworks and the Statue of Liberty waaaay up close (as close as he could get us without the Coast Guard comin' afer us!), and...well, had a super fun time!
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Rockefeller Center Lights The Iconic Christmas Tree
Last night, Rockefeller Center rang in the holiday season with the Christmas Tree lighting ceremony. The Christmas Tree, traditionally a Norway Spruce is decorated with 5 miles (8 kilometers) of environmentally friendly LED lights (30,000). The tree is crowned by a large Swarovski crystal star. Prior to the lighting, several artists participated in live or pre-taped performances including Justin Bieber, Tony Bennett, Neil Diamond, Cee Lo Gree and Carol King, among others. Rockefeller Plaza…