"New York, just like I pictured it. Skyscrapers and everything." Stevie Wonder

LIberty IslandIn July my daughter and I took an exciting trip to New York City. Since we both lived there for many years and have had several visits since moving, we decided to check out some adventures we had not yet been on.

This post is a different from my usual gallery posts. Don’t worry. there are plenty of pictures. But this is more a travelogue combined with history lessons. I hope you enjoy your virtual visit to some fun places.

Here are links to the big stories of our trip as well as links to some of the cool restaurants we went to, in case you are going to New York sometime soon.

Take a virtual tour

LIberty Island

Statue of Liberty

Statue of Liberty and Ferry from Battery Park on a beautiful day in New York ...
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Ellis Island

Ellis Island Immigrant Hospital

The Ellis Island Immigrant Hospital was a state of the art hospital used to treat immigrants with disease or injury ...
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Ellis Island Museum

Ellis Island Museum

Ellis Island Museum contains the history of over twelve million immigrants entered the United States through the portal of Ellis Island ...
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Metropolitan Museum

Metropolitan Museum

Metropolitan Museum Asian Art and Irving Penn Exhibits ...
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High Line NYC

The High Line

The High Line is a wonderful public park in New York City ...
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Food in NYC

New York Food

New York City is one of the food capitals of the world. We visited Chelsea Market, Lily's and other great places ...
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Biograph Studio New York

Biograph at MOMA

Biograph Studios was an early film studio and laboratory complex, built in 1912 by the Biograph Company ...
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