Im glad i could make you remenicse!the vdub apprentice said:good work sir...brought back some great memories. was there in early 2001 before the attacks. fantastic city. cool photographs too. nice one.
Very Jelous!Vicster said:Great pics
I fly out there a week today, in fact i'll be almost getting on the plane
Top bit of advice, exactly what we did and it really gives you the lie of the land.SPERMBANK said:Very Jelous!
If you havent been before, first thing you must do is take a grayline bus tour around downtown manhatten, and then the uptown tour!
That way you can plan your holiday around the sites you see on the bus!
If you have been before, you know what im talking about!!
Your gonna love it, end of story!Vicster said:No not done it before, James is already there & flying me out :hug: i've been reading the guide book & still don't know what I wanna see
Mmm, pie. mmm, now i really really want some new york pizza!fastyjay72 said:Very good, brought back some memories for me too. Was out there last November. I agree with the Grayline downtown loop, did that the first day, jumped off at little italy and had pizza for lunch
Cheers for that, brought back some good good memories.
Agree, they are the proudest city in the world, and even more so after 9/11, it brought them together!Pete_GTI said:wow, thats realt brought back some memories of when i went in feb 05 The thing i really liked about ny was how the people who live and work there are so proud of the city, and their country. I mean, even the street sweepers have american flags on them!
They are proud of their Street Sweeping jobs there!I mean, even the street sweepers have american flags on them!
Thanks, i took 300+ photos whilst there, the picture of the missus and my cousin on The Heights Pavillion (Downtown Manahtten in the background) is the only "look at me in front off...." photo in the 300+!!negative pitch said:well smart matey..the music track was great with it,
some great angles.