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  • Emmaline Foster

    NYC I went here many times when I lived in Philly, but my most memorable time was the trip with my friends from Arroyo: Sue, Kayla, and Terri. We had so much fun, and Ellis Island was a highlight. We were there in June, 2011 before the Twin Towers were attacked.

  • Ariel

    5th Ave NYC

  • Ann Welch

    "5th Ave Vertigo" by mpb11 on Flickr - Wide angle view looking down on 5th Avenue, you can see all the way to the arch at Washington Square Park.

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