Sorry for the silent blog 🙂 Life has been busier than the usual crazy and, my dad recently had double bypass surgery. So, two days ago, I took a road trip back home to be with my parents. He is doing quite well and will be home tomorrow. In the meantime, hope you enjoy one of my favorite bridges in New York.
And this is what it looked like inside the Hammerstein Ballroom when we attended a worship service at Hillsong Church: great music, practical teaching, in an amazing venue.
On our recent trip to New York we visited the Hammerstein Ballroom, located in the Manhattan Center, where we attended Hillsong Church. The Hammerstein Ballroom is a beautiful venue which hosts a variety of events and productions.
The majestic Penn Station, located at 7th & 8th Avenues, between 31st & 33rd Streets in New York, guides the travelers and wanderers of the world.
Even on a rainy afternoon, it was still a spectacular view.
From the Oculus we went to the One World Observatory. The forecast called for possible rain and, we could see it coming towards us, carried in the sky by the rainmakers.
The Freedom Tower, New York, NY.
The Freedom Tower, New York, New York.
The World Trade Center Transportation Hub seems to a bit out of place amidst the shiny, modern buildings in Lower Manhattan. It sort of looks like a gigantic stegosaurus skeleton that was unearthed during construction. Here is an image taken inside the hub.
This is one of the spectacular views from the One World Observatory located in One World Trade Center in New York. It took less than 47 seconds for the video-screens-for-walls elevator to soar 102 stories!