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New York City
Transcript of New York City
Thank you for choosing Jr. Trip adviser and we hope you have a wonderful tour of New York. Hop in the car and, be careful, it's bumpy!
Welcome to Jr. Trip Adviser!!! :)
What a view! The Statue of Liberty was a gift of friendship from the people of France to the United States and is recognized as a universal symbol of freedom and democracy. The Statue of Liberty was dedicated on October 28, 1886.
Statue of Liberty
National Baseball Hall of Fame
As we come to our third stop today, we see the Empire State Building . There are about 102 stories in this building. You can actually see your house from there. Also, I hear you have stopped by Central Park. Well, if you think that's big, you can see the entire park from the Empire State Building, which looks like one giant rectangle! This beautiful building is a place you should definitely visit!
The Empire State Building
New York Landmarks
Welcome to The National Baseball Hall of Fame, located in Cooperstown, New York. This is our first stop today, and we're sure you'll like it. Think you're a crazy baseball fan? Think again! Stephen Carlton Clark founded the N.B.H.O.F. in 1939, and believe me, it wasn't cheap. Make sure to check all the exhibits out!
statues of famous players
Welcome to Central Park! Central Park is a beautiful place for kids and adults! Central park is a great place to visit. There is a gorgeous outside ice skating rink and a park that is out of this world. Also there are seven softball fields, beautiful scenery, and amazing architecture. Located in the heart of Manhattan and right next to Lincoln's square, this amazing park is 400 football fields long, so you should definitely visit this glorious park!!
1939 baseball hall of famers
Coins created by the U.S. mint
Radio City Music Hall
The Radio City Music Hall is a spectacular
entertainment center with many amazing
acts and shows, like the Rockettes or the
Radio City Christmas Spectacular. This
theater was was developed in between
1929 and 1940 by John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Cool, right