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New York with Ted E Bear and Ed E Bear

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Towards the end of July 2009 Ted E Bear was taken to America by Graeme and Katie and the the aeroplane they few in landed at New York's John F Kennedy Airport.  Almost two weeks later Ted E Bear travelled back to New York on a sight seeing day.
 
After the plane landed at the airport Ted travelled one of New York's famous yellow taxi cabs to Grand Central Station where he then travelled to New Haven in Connecticut.
 
 
When Ed E Bear went to New York to sight see with Graeme and Katie the weather was brilliant, with hot sun and clear blue skies.
 
Once again we arrived at Grand Central Station and then walked from there to the Rockefeller Center and had lunch just outside at a restaurant.
 
Lunch was fabulous.  Graeme had a burger that was the most enormous one Ed E Bear had ever seen.  He decided he would have lobster because he had never tasted that before.
 
 
After lunch Ed E Bear went to the top of the Rockefeller Center, an enormous skyscraper in the middle of New York.  The views from the top of 'The Rock' as it is known were fabulous and from there many of New York's famous landmarks could be seen.

 
When Ed visited the Rockefeller Center he took a lift to the top of the skyscraper and then looked out onto the cityscape, he was amazed at the views he saw. 
 
The buildings were really tall but from the top of the Rockefeller Center some of them almost looked small.
 
What Ed E Bear did notice was that buildings seemed really close together and the car and buses on the street appeared very small.
 
 
 
Some of the sights that Ed E Bear saw from the top of the Rockefeller were really well known features of New York.
 
The Empire State Building
The Statue of Liberty
Grand Central Park
The Chrysler Building
Manhattan Island
John F Kennedy Airport
The Hudson River
 

 

 

 
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