New York City- 8/17/11 -8/20/11

Day 1-Wednesday Day 2- Thursday Day 3 - Friday Day 4- Saturday

Day 4-Brooklyn-Flea Market


After lunch we still have about 2 hours before heading to the airport so walk around the neighborhood.


Masonic Temple
Built in 1907 the Masonic temple is an exact replica of King Solomonís Temple.  Only two other Temples of its kind have been erected in the world. One in Colorado and the other in Egypt. It cost four million dollars to complete this art of monumental status. The Masonic temple
opened itís doors to the public in 1977 for the first time by making it's meeting rooms available to rent, as well as more intimate functions such as weddings, receptions, birthdays and various services and events.


 Brooklyn Flea Market

The Flea market features hundreds of top vendors of antique and repurposed furniture, vintage clothing, collectibles and antiques, a large selection of jewelry, art, and crafts by local artisans and designers, plus delicious fresh food. 




We already had lunch but this stand is interesting they sell Asian inspired hotdogs!


It was such a hot day so people just sit in the shade to eat their food.


This is really fun place to be...


Lots of antiques


I found a stuffed  Sharpei and I could not resist so I ask Hoa to take a picture

This is a huge shell on an antique wooden cart.

Brooklyn Flea at the entrance/Exit


The flea Market was so crowded and it was such a hot day!  They have lots of interesting thing.  Hoa bough the Monkeys vinyl for Kevin as souvenir.

After the flea market we went back to the apartment, took our luggage, hop on taxi direction JFK and that's was the end of our trip to New York.

We had a wonderful time in New York!  There are still so many thing we would like to see but did not have a chance but hopefully we will have a chance to see more things on our next trip.




Our house


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