Friday, September 30, 2005

We also got an up-close view of the Statue of Liberty at night. Posted by Picasa

It was a little cold out on the boat. Posted by Picasa

On our last night in New York, we took a harbor lights boat cruise. The building lit up red and white is the Empire State Building. Posted by Picasa

This is Belvedere Castle. Posted by Picasa

Here we are on top of Belvedere Castle, which overlooks Central Park. Posted by Picasa

Shelby enjoyed getting out and finally stretching her legs. Posted by Picasa

We let Shelby roam around at the Turtle Pond which is next to the Great Lawn. There were actually turtles in the pond, who knew? Posted by Picasa

Shelby spent some time feeding the ducks. A lady was there with bread for the ducks. She gave some to Shelby. After Shelby made two attempts to throw the bread in the water, she ate it herself. Posted by Picasa

We spent this morning in Central Park. This is the Jackie Kennedy Onasis Resevoir. Central Park is huge with lots of trees and several small lakes. Posted by Picasa

Thursday, September 29, 2005

Here is the New York Stock Exchange. The area is mostly off limits to vehicle traffic. This is on Wall St. These streets are extremely narrow. Posted by Picasa

We went by the Police Musem again. The musuem is a converted old police station. Posted by Picasa

The ferry ride was free and gave us great photo opportunities. Posted by Picasa

On day three, we hopped on the subway and went south to Battery Park. We then caught the Staten Island Ferry for a closer view of the Statue of Liberty. Posted by Picasa

I'm sure glad that I've never had to drive a baby blue police car. Posted by Picasa

I never thought I'ld ever be on that side of the booking numbers! Posted by Picasa

Maybe too good of a time. Posted by Picasa

After the girls took custody of Shelby, Rick and I went to the Police Musem. We had a good time. Posted by Picasa

We all met back at the hotel so Shelby could get a nap. She was feeling under dressed so, after a wardrobe change, she looked more like a local. Posted by Picasa

Denise, standing in front of the Friends apartment building. Posted by Picasa

Look familiar? It didn't to me until Denise told me that this is the front door to the Huxtable home from the Cosby Show. Posted by Picasa

This is the Empire Diner. It was used in the great TV show, Third Watch. Posted by Picasa

Denise and Cathy went on a movie tour, stopping at several locations used in TV shows and movies. Here is the Trump Tower. After visiting it, Denise told me, "Your fired!" I quickly pointed out to her that she couldn't fire me. She immediately recanted! Posted by Picasa

Shelby and me on the deck of the aircraft carrier. Posted by Picasa

Rick next to an F-4 Fantom, the type of plane he used to fly in the Navy. Posted by Picasa

On day #2, we ventured out separately. Shelby, Rick and I went out to the USS Intrepid museum. Posted by Picasa