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New York City May 2005

Trump Plaza
David Letterman's Late Show marque on the Ed Sullivan Theater.
The Empire State Building
Times Square
Hersheys in Times Square. Notice all the different candy.
Howard Johnson's Hotel under the signs.
King Kong climbing a Lego Empire State Building located in the Times Square Toys R Us..
Loads of people waiting in line at the Magnolia Bakery to buy cupcakes. As one person comes out of the store, the doorman allows one person to enter. This is a very popular bakery because the tv show Sex In The City .

St. Patrick's Cathedral

The architect was James Renwick, an American.

Building started in 1858, after a suspension of work during the years of Civil War, John Cardinal McCloskey, the first American Cardinal, resumed work in 1865,and the cathedral was opened in May 1879.

The Cathedral seats about 2,200 people.

The exterior length is about 405 feet; the width is 274 feet.

Cardinal Hayes completed an extensive renovation of the interior between 1927 and 1931 when the great organ was installed and the sanctuary was enlarged.
One of the beautiful alters. When I visited the Cathedral it was very crowded as a ceremony had just completed, therefore, I was not able to get close to the other alters.
59th Street Bridge
The Empire State Building with its top flooded in white light.
A beautiful view from Queens.

The Empire State Building is the white lighted building on the left side. The Chrysler Building is in the midddle and the large rectangle building is the United Nations.

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