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Title: US Tennis Open


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US Tennis Open New York City August
25-28Mon-Thu
A Birthday Present from the kids
  • by
  • Martha and Bob

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Looking over Flushing Meadows from our airplane
We arrived about 1230 and took taxi to Billie
Jean King Tennis Center
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East River
Hudson River
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ASHE STADIUM
ARMSTRONG
GRANDSTAND
TO SUBWAY SHEA STADIUM
WALKING / EATING AREA
COURTS 4-14
VENUE LAYOUT
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OUR FIRST MATCH - NADAL Arthur Ashe Stadium
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The Scoreboard at Arthur Ashe Nadal is winning
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Complex has 14 courts used for competition.
Author Ashe Stadium is Center Court, then
Armstrong, and Grandstand. Here we are looking at
Courts 4, 5
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Site of 1964 World Fair Sphere part of Fair
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Looking down from Ashe Stadium
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Court 5 Virginia Paschal (vs Petra Kvitova )
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Petra Kvitova
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Paschal
Paschal won autographing kids balls
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In Front of Lexus Booth
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Armstrong Stadium
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Armstrong - Women's Singles - 1st Round
UPSET !
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We could sit up close
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Grandstand Women's Singles - 1st Round
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THE GRAND-STAND
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FUN MATCH UPSET!
Grandstand - Women's Singles - 1st Round
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TUESDAY BACK TO ARTHUR ASHE STADIUM
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SERENA WILLIAMS ARTHUR ASHE STADIUM
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BEAUTIFUL GROUNDS FROM ARTHUR ASHE
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BEAUTIFUL GROUNDS
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PRACTICE COURTS
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IN STYLE SPECTATOR
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LOOKING OVER SHEA STADIUM (subway at entrance)
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THE MAIN ELECTRONIC SCOREBOARD
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ONE OF TWO FOUNTAINS
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MAURESMO FUN MATCH
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TOURING MANHATTAN
WEDNESDAY
  • FIVE HOUR TOUR FROM BROADWAY TO ROCKEFELLER
    CENTER, CENTRAL PARK, DOWN FIFTH AVE TO CHINA
    TOWN TO STATEN ISLAND/STATUE OF LIBERTY TO GROUND
    ZERO, WALL STREET

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East River
Hudson River
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DAKATO HOUSE 1 West 72nd Street WHERE JOHN LENIN
LIVED AND WAS SHOT VIEW FROM CENTRAL PARK
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LENIN LIVED ON 7TH FLOOR WIFE YOKO STILL LIVES
THERE
DAKATO HOUSE
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On March 26, 1981, the city council adopted
legislation which designated the area, stretching
from 71st to 74th streets, as Strawberry Fields.
His widow, the artist and performer Yoko Ono,
later donated 1 million to the Central Park
Conservancy to re-landscape and to maintain the
2.5-acre tear-drop-shaped parcel of park
landscape
A SONG OF THE BEATLES
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PEACE SIGN
PEACE MOSAIC IN HONOR OF JOHN LENIN AT ENTRANCE
TO CENTRAL PARK ON
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PEACE-NIK TELLING THE STORY
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ST. PATRICKS CATHEDRAL - 5TH AVE AND 48TH
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SAKS 5TH AVE
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T O P O F T H E R O C K
R O C K C E E F N E T L E L
R E R
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ROCKEFELLER CENTER ICE SKATING AREA
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FLAT IRON BUILDING a triangular island block at
23rd Street, Fifth Avenue, and Broadway
The Fuller Building one of the tallest buildings
in New York City upon its completion in 1902 and
is considered one of the first skyscrapers
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EMPIRE STATE BUILDING
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NYSE
PIER 17
WALKED OUT ON PIER
BATTERY PARK
NOW DOWN TO SOUTH MANHATTAN
To Staten Island
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THE BEGINNING OF PIER 17 (17TH STREET) SOUTH
SEAPORT
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BROOKLYN BRIDGE LOOKING FROM END OF PIER 17
MANHATTAN BRIDGE
EAST RIVER
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Ellis Island
Statue of Liberty
Ferry Route
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ON STATEN ISLAND MANHATTAN IN BACKGROUND
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NEW JERSEY MANHATTAN
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When shipped from France to New York, she came in
350 pieces. Once delivered, it took four months
to put her together, and was completed on October
28, 1886.
STATUE OF LIBERTY FROM STATEN ISLAND FERRY
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ELLIS ISLAND WHERE IMMIGRANTS USED TO COME INTO
USA
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SOUTH MANHATTAN
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NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE
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NYSE CORNER OF WALL ST. AND BROADWAY
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NYSE
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The Birthplace of American GovernmentHere on
Wall Street, George Washington took the oath of
office as our first President, and this site was
home to the first Congress
Statue of George Washington in front of the
Federal Hall, Wall Street, Manhattan, New York
City - October 2004
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TRINITY CHURCH
ST. PAULS CHAPEL OF TRINITY SURVIVED TWO FIRES
AND 9/11
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HISTORY OF THE NAME OF WALL STREET
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A TYPICAL SIDEWALK VEGETABLE STAND
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GROUND ZERO
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GROUND ZERO
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FIRST BUILDING OF SEVEN TO BE REBUILT
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PLANNED COMPLEX OF SEVEN BUILDINGS
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THURSDAY NIGHT
AFTER TOURING, THAT NIGHT WE SAY A WONDERFULLY
FUNNY, ENTERTAINING PLAY AT THE CORT THEATER, A
BLOCK OFF BROADWAY.
"absurdly enjoyable, gleefully theatrical riff on
Alfred Hitchcocks 1935 film"
With a nod to the entire Hitchcock oeuvre, four
players take on all the characters involved in
this "whodunit, part espionage thriller and part
slapstick comedy," as the high-impact, low-tech
work is billed.
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THURSDAY
WE WOKE UP EARLY THE LAST DAY TO CATCH THE TODAY
SHOW AT ROCKEFELLER CENTER AND TO VIEW THE CITY
FROM THE TOP OF THE ROCK
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THE TODAY SHOW LOCATION AT ROCKEFELLER CENTER
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ROCKEFELLER CENTER VEGETABLE STANDS
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RADIO CITY HALL
ENTRANCE TO THE TOP OF THE ROCK AT ROCKEFELLER
CENTER
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LOWER OBSERVATION LEVEL ON TOP OF THE ROCK
EMPIRE STATE BUILDING
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GRAND CENTRAL STATION IS UNDER THE MET LIFE
BUILDING
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TOP OF THE ROCK
CHRYSLER BUILDING
EMPIRE STATE BUILDING
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LOOKING AT CENTRAL PARK FROM TOP OF THE ROCK
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Rockefeller Center Small building is removed to
set up Christmas Tree
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St. Patricks Cathedral
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ONE OF MANY SIDE ALTARS
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BACK TO THE HOTEL
INTERACTIVE USTA OPEN SCOREBOARD IN HOTEL
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LOBBY OF INTERCONTINENTAL HOTEL HEADQUARTER HOTEL
FOR JUDGES AND PLAYERS
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A LAST LOOK AT THE TENNIS CENTER FROM OUR AIRPLANE
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A FUN FILLED, FANTASTICALLY ENJOYABLE
EXPERIENCE THANK YOU
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