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Trip to New York City and its Monuments
Alright Melissa, I just need to gas up the car really quick before we start our road trip to New York City.
Oh Bryan, I am so excited to see the #1 largest urban city in the United States!
The weather is so nice in the Northeastern region. Glad we got to travel in the summer. It is so warm and sunny!
Look honey, we just passed the Appalachian mountains!
That is amazing! Where would you like to explore first? The statue of Liberty?
Bryan have you seen this amazing view from our hotel? Look at these breathtaking skyscrapers. We can see the Empire State building from here We don't see these at home in El Paso.
Yes, that is one of the top rated tourist attractions. We have to go there first.
That's amazing! It also says that it was built in 1886 and is the world symbol for freedom.
It says here that the Statue of Liberty was France's gift to America and it is the worlds largest statue that stands about 152 feet tall.
WOW! I can smell the competition in the air!
We have arrived in Wall Street, one of the largest central business district in the world!
Our last stop is the Brooklyn Bridge. I did my research on it and it is the world's first bridge to be completed of steel. It crosses the East River to Manhattan.
Imagine what life was like without it?
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