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One of the interesting buildings in NYC is what is popularly called the Jenga Building, just like the wooden block puzzle.
Memorial to the 9/11 fire fighters. We arrived at Ground Zero as the Tunnel to Tower runners were arriving.
Memorial fountain at the base of one of the towers that fell on 9/11
The new subway station and shops at Ground Zero.
The skyline at the base of Manhattan.
The NCL Escape with its mighty 18 decks dwarfed many of the ports we visited.
The garden side of The Elms, Newport RI
The Elms in Newport, Rhode Island.
Such richly decorated rooms in the Elms showcase the opulence of the Gilded Age.
I chuckled when we caught the staff dusting the piano curing tour hours, not a sight often seen!
The historic Portland Head Light in Portland, Maine.
Maine’s rocky coastline and crashing waves is always spectacular.
The historic dockside streets of Portland, ME
Just monkeying around in Old Town, Portland, ME
Bar Harbor, Maine, seems to never change. It’s always a great place to browse and eat $8.00 ice cream cones!
Whale sculpture near our tender dock at Bar Harbor.
Crab pots, floats, driftwood, and colorful flowers make great dockside deorating.
This colorful wall was begging for a photo!
An historic lodging in downtown Bar Harbor.
There are many things to do in Bar Harbor, including taking a sail on a 4-masted schooner.
This round-front building looks out onto the harbor at St. John.
One of the beautiful buildings in St. John, NB. The detail in the brick is so beautiful.
The St. John, NB, public market. So many delicious foods and local merchandise.
These containers make up a village of shops for visitors to the port at St. John.
These are the shops full of goodies for tourists.
The iconic Peggy’s Cove lighthouse near Halifax, Nova Scotia. The sky was still obscured by wildfire smoke.
I love taking photos of reflections in water. This is at Peggy’s Cove.
Great backdrop for a photo!
The Atrium of the NCL Escape. The colors change every few minutes.
The rest of the group at dinner on the Escape in the Manhattan Room.
And here’s our group on the glass stairs in the Atrium of the NCL Escape.
We were part of a larger group with Mayflower Tours. This is Carol, Mayflower’s Tour Director.
Coming back home again to NYC early on a rainy morning after a delightful cruise.
My favorite view of the NCL Escape nearing the Verrazzano Narrows Bridge as we neared NYC.