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The Museum of the Dog is a nice little museum located at 101 Park Avenue (between 40th and 41st Streets) in New York, NY. It consists of two floors where you will find mostly paintings and sculptures of dogs. Ce … Continue reading
A speakeasy reopened in Farmingdale a few months ago. Il y a quelques mois qu’un speakeasy a rouvert à Farmingdale. During Prohibition (1920 – 1933) alcoholic beverages were banned. Illegal bars and nightclubs called speakeasies proliferated. Pendant Prohibition (1920 – … Continue reading
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It’s that time of the year to go into the city to see the Christmas decorations so yesterday I went. I got into Penn Station at 9 a.m. so the streets were not crowded yet. It was around 33° F. … Continue reading
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I got to Jones Beach’s west end to view the eclipse at 1 p.m. I was near the water. The sun felt hot and it was so bright that I needed to wear my sunglasses. The ocean breeze was cool. … Continue reading
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Now for a stroll through midtown Manhattan to look at some of the Christmas decorations. Maintenant pour une promenade dans le centre de Manhattan pour regarder quelques décorations de Noël. Macy’s Macy’s store windows are always beautifully done for Christmas. Some … Continue reading
This is the Unisphere in Flushing Meadows-Corona Park in Queens, New York. It was commissioned for the New York World’s Fair of 1964 – 1965. Voici l’Unisphere à Flushing Meadows-Corona Park dans le Queens, New York. Il était commissioné pour … Continue reading
This is the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge. It connects Staten Island (on the left) to Brooklyn (on the right). Construction started in 1959 when I was 4 and was completed in 1964 when I was 9. In those days my father would drive … Continue reading