Area residents tour NYC

July 3, 2013 

Sixteen area residents recently flew to New York City where they spent six days enjoying the sights and shows. The group saw various shows including “Nice Work If You Can Get It,” “Jersey Boys,” “Cinderella,” “Chicago,” “Time Out With Marty And Marissa” and “Marty Thomas Presents Diva.” Some of the group went to the Today show to watch the Adam Levine concert. They visited the Metropolitan Museum of Art and attended a show taping of the Huckabee show at Fox News where they enjoyed lunch. They rode the double-decker bus on all four bus tours. They visited St. Paul’s Church and the Ground Zero site where they saw the new Freedom Tower and the other towers that are under construction. They also visited the 9/11 Memorial. They took a luncheon-dance cruise around Manhattan and close to the Statue of Liberty. The statue and Ellis Island are closed till July 4 for renovation from the devastation from Hurricane Sandy. The group toured Central Park where they visited the Dakota Apartments and Strawberry Fields.

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