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BELLS AND TOWERS

May 28th in history:

When wedding bells rang for King Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn, not everybody was happy. Henry had ended his first marriage so he could make Anne his wife, and eventually became the head of the Church of England. 102 more words

Today In History

Pit stop in New York.

I am back! So I am home and over the jetlag from my whistle-stop tour of the east coast of the states. And it was Awesome. 529 more words

New York

A Sunday in New York

“You get a strange feeling when you’re about to leave a place, I told him, like you’ll not only miss the people you love but you’ll miss the person you are now at this time and this place, because you’ll never be this way ever again.” — 52 more words

Travel

Empire State Building Honors Memorial Day In Color!

In honor of Memorial Day, the Empire State Building will continue to be lit in red, white & blue through tonight. Check it out at… 41 more words

CeCe McGhee

Three Different Views of the Manhattan Skyline

One of New York’s signature is the stunning skyline of Manhattan- be it at night when the buildings light up the dark, or in the morning with the view of the city’s busy streets. 303 more words

New York

NYC marks Memorial Day

NYC has been in red, white and blue this weekend to mark Memorial Day.

Empire State Building

The CN Tower Is Iconic History. Even If You Don't Know It Yet.

The CN Tower. 1,815 feet. 553 meters. 181 stories tall. The views are spectacular.

Let’s put it this way… from 1976-2007, no man made structure on the face of the planet (that wasn’t a guide or TV mast) was taller than the CN Tower. 820 more words