It was just a small cup full of water for wetting the brushes.
Oh, I'm glad! Maybe I'll post some more today…
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As promised, here are some photos from my trip to New York City in June. I went with my sisters, aunt, and one of my cousins, and was my second time going. There was so much to see!
Here's a picture of the signs for the Hershey's store in Times Square. Not a bad store, but I prefer Kinder chocolate.
Close to Times Square was a book store called Bookoff, and it had all sorts of new and used books, CDs, video games and more from here and Japan! Downstairs was chock full of more manga than I've ever seen in my life. This is the only picture I took in there, since I was trembling with the delight of seeing so many books, and my sisters were rushing me. These brand new, Japanese text One Piece books were only $6.00 each, but they also had used books of the English version for about $5.00. I was looking for Dr. Slump, but ended up picking up a couple of the used One Piece books. I would've picked up some more stuff if my sisters weren't so impatient. Still one of the best ten minutes of my life so far, though.
Later, we went to the Empire State building to watch the sunset. This was the highlight of the trip, I think…
This is the new building they call "The Freedom Tower". It isn't completely finished yet, but I think it's supposed to be the new World Trade Center.
We returned to the hotel kinda late, which had a view of the Empire State building. This is what it looked like at midnight…
…And in the morning...
Later, we went to the memorial for what happened on 9/11. There were two pool-like fountains in the places where the towers used to be. Here's one of them. Also, you can see the "Freedom Tower" being built in the background.
! Afterwards, we were all hot and cranky like five year olds, so we decided to go to some bistro place for lunch. I got a couple pictures of my sisters, but I'll respect their privacy and not post them here; though the one of Rachael flipping me off is kinda funny… Instead, here's a set of salt and pepper shakers.
This fountain was pretty cool.
The name of this building escapes me, but here it is…
Some pigeons. (Hm, I wonder if they know Hattori or Nia…):ninja:
! "No, wait! I just want to ask you a question!" (This one started walking faster.)
Well, I guess this is enough for today. What to do tomorrow? Sunsets? Animals? It doesn't really matter which, I suppose… Anyway, thanks again for looking!