Brooklyn has reclaimed its riverfront industrial land and made a great park that runs under the Brooklyn Bridge and the Manhattan Bridge. It’s a spot frequented by tourists and locals alike, and provides lots of interesting and different views of Manhattan’s skyline.
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“You understand that you’re a short-term phenomenon, like the mosquitoes that come in the spring and the fall. You get a perspective on yourself. You’re getting back to the fundamentals of the planet. Neil feels that way, because we’ve talked about it.” - A friend on why first-man-on-the-moon Neil Armstrong loves his farm, quoted in Ottawa Citizen July 16, 1999
Source: John Robson's Wish I'd Said That, 2020 Sep 11
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