New York March 2012

Wollman Rink opened in 1950, a 33,000-square-foot venue built with a gift from Kate Wollman. With its romantic backdrop, Wollman Rink puts visitors beneath the magical New York City skyline

Ice Skating in Central Park
Ice Skating in Central Park, 60 degrees

 

 

Yes, we did eat oysters with some fine pints of NY beer. Originally inhabited by the Matinecock Indians, Oyster Bay was settled and named (primarily due to its abundance of shellfish) by the Dutch in 1615

Oyster Bay, Long Island
Oyster Bay, Long Island March 2012

 

 

Oyster Bay, Long Island March 2012

Oyster Bay, Long Island March 2012
Oyster Bay, Long Island March 2012

 

Located at the northeastern tip of the Lake, stands the Loeb Boathouse that houses the Boathouse Restaurant, a famous icon of Central Park

Sue at the Boat House in Central Park
Sue at the Boat House in Central Park

 

 

Boathouse Restaurant
Boathouse Restaurant

 

Soaring above the city at 1,776 feet, One World Trade Center will be America’s tallest building

1 World Trade Center
1 World Trade Center
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