New York City Overview

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As Leipsic students were arriving in the city, many faces were in awe. The charter bus slowly made its way into the city. On the first day, we got to see Grand Central Station, Times Square, and the Wax Museum. Grand Central Station was built by Cornelious Vanderbilt. Time Square was interesting for everyone because everything you can imagine is in one area including anything from shopping stores to food places. The second day was a jam-packed filled day for the students. They went to the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, as well as the 9/11 Memorial & Museum. At the end of the day, the students saw the play Wicked.

The last day we toured through Central Park. In the park, you can check out the Alice in Wonderland Statue, the Ice Skating Rink, the carousel, go through the conservatory garden, etc. New York was a change for many people, especially the students who haven’t been to a big city before. I think many students would go back, yet another group wouldn’t want to. I think a good group love the cornfields and missed home fast. I personally can’t wait to go back to New York in order to visit places I haven’t seen yet.  Pictured above are the seniors who attended the trip.

By: Emma Niese

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