In October of 2015 we able to take our first trip to New York City and finally see Rockefeller Center and Plaza, as well as the Skating Rink. It was a little too early for the Christmas tree, but it was still incredible. What I didn’t realize was how large the area is. It is located in the center of Midtown Manhattan, spanning the area between Fifth Avenue and Sixth Avenue, and is a complex of 19 commercial buildings covering 22 acres. I also didn’t know that it was declared a New York City Landmark on April 23, 1985, and a National Historic Landmark on December 23, 1987. Continue reading “Rockefeller Center in Manhattan, New York – A NYC Must See”
Louisiana State Capitol in Baton Rouge – The Pelican State
After spending New Year’s Eve in New Orleans in December of 2018, I can happily say we checked off two more states’ capitols while in the area. We toured the Louisiana State Capitol in Baton Rouge, as well as the Mississippi State Capitol in Jackson. Both were interesting, but the capitol in Louisiana was absolutely amazing. Granted it was still all decorated for the Christmas season, but it would be incredible without them. Continue reading “Louisiana State Capitol in Baton Rouge – The Pelican State”
Alabama – Georgia – US States Number 1 Through 10
ALABAMA – GEORGIA
We have traveled a lot throughout the US and have actually been to 41 of the 50 States. Thus I decided to share some information about each state as well as the state road sign. If we didn’t get to a state sign yet (or forgot to get one while we were there), I have posted another picture of a state sign and will replace it once we have pictures. In the meantime, please enjoy the information on the states from Alabama-Georgia. FYI, these are in alphabetical order.
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