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This is a truly and always touching memorial. It's beautifully done, and as you approach it you will sense peace and serenity which is very fitting for the tragedy that occurred here. For years, I worked in a building that was only one block from...More
If you’re visiting NYC then you’ve got to see the WTC. The fountains outline the footprints of the original towers and are engraved with the names of those that host their lives. There’s a peaceful and respectful aspect to the place.
very humbling. this area is very well taken care of. get good pictures of the WTC tower that is there now while at the fountains. There are bathrooms. That was unexpected but appreciated. the fountains are on the exact footprints of the old buildings that...More
Our trip was quite short so we did not think we had time to include a visit to the 9/11 memorial but we were very glad we did go - I do very much recommend a visit. Standing by the memorial pools is very moving,...More
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The quickest and least confusing will be the subway. NYC has a great subway app and its fee. Its called NYC subway and it has a big red train as the icon. It will allow you to plan out trips from all over the city. Once you... More
The quickest and least confusing will be the subway. NYC has a great subway app and its fee. Its called NYC subway and it has a big red train as the icon. It will allow you to plan out trips from all over the city. Once you have it navigating will be a breeze.