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NEW YORK [2] June 2006 Walking Tour Continued

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Continuing with my long walking tour across 40 blocks, here are some more shots of the Hearst Tower :

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Another one under construction west of Times Square :

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Lehman Brothers

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Here's a nice urban oasis with a waterfall as well!

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Yes, this is Times Square. I had to do some touristy things after all.

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Although it is located in the middle of busy Midtown, Bryant Park is very serene and is a huge contrast to the city. It's probably because of the abundant tree cover that insulates the urban space from all the skyscrapers surrounding it.

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Great shots man! Bryant Park was one of my favorite parts of the city. I like the Ben and Jerry's stand on the corner of the park :D Spectacular views of the Empire State Building too.

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Excellant shots. :thumbsup:

All I can say of this one is, how'd you like to have you home or office with your window with the great view of the back of a billboard?

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Excellant shots. :thumbsup:

All I can say of this one is, how'd you like to have you home or office with your window with the great view of the back of a billboard?

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How'd you like to be able to walk outside and be in the middle of NYC?

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Great shots man! Bryant Park was one of my favorite parts of the city. I like the Ben and Jerry's stand on the corner of the park :D Spectacular views of the Empire State Building too.

Bryant Park is definitely on my top list of parks although I probably like Union Square more even though its much smaller. The outdoor restaurant at Bryant Park is really good too!

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