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The View From Atop One World Trade Center

One World Trade Center is the tallest building in the western hemisphere at 1,776 feet, and the sixth tallest in the world.

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Review: Harry Potter In New York City

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child and¬†Harry Potter: A History of Magic; as if you needed another reason to go to New York City. That should’ve been enough for me, after all. I’m a big Harry Potter nerd. But it wasn’t. Thankfully my wife intervened. Now, before I get too far along, don’t worry, I’m […]

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Christmas In New York City

Christmas in New York City is amazing. 

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In The Mist Of Niagara Falls

Nearly a year ago now, my wife successfully ran her first half marathon. She did it in Canada, too, so maybe – I don’t know – with the metric system and all, it’s not a half marathon. Kidding! While she ran with a friend, I walked along the river and admired the falls with some […]

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Going to the Top of the Rock

The last time I was in New York City I made my way to the top of the iconic Empire State Building – all 102 floors. With the World Trade Center gone, it’s without a doubt the most well known building in New York. Heck, it may’ve even been that way when the towers still […]

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Stalking George Washington in the Met

Hot dog in hand, I entered Central Park from the American Museum of Natural History and wandered through the Ramble on my way to the Metropolitan Museum of Art. I didn’t dilly, or dally, though as I was on a mission. I was going to the museum to see the famous American painting by Emanuel […]

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