One tip learned yesterday by seven boys in Central Park – no selfie’s on the thin ice!
They claim to have tested the ice pond by throwing stones at it which might have apparently even weekend the already thin iced pond which might have become their grave if it were not for the two LA Skateboarders who did not hesitate to jump in and save them all!
We were not near by but here is what was captured about the one thing you should not do in Central Park.
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If you can arrive in time for the Storytelling at the Hans Christian Anderson statue ….
From 11AM-12PM, held rain or shine, June, July, August & September. Young children are treated to readings of Andersen’s well-known tales, such as The Little Mermaid, Thumbelina, The Little Match Girl and The Ugly Duckling…
So many free things to do in Central Park that even if you tried you could not do all in a day or even a week.
Just take a nature walk to the “Imagine” tribute of John Lennon. Take photos of yourself there or with some other iconic figures throughout the park, including William Shakespeare, Balto, Alice & Wonderland and the oldest public monument in North America, The Obelisk.
If all your energy is not spent pass by the Belvedere Castle.
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The New York Aquarium is the oldest continually operating aquarium in the United States, having opened in Castle Garden in Battery Park, Manhattan in 1896. Since 1957, it has been located on the boardwalk in Coney Island, Brooklyn.
The museum partially reopened in May 2013 after the assault of Hurricane Sandy. The WCS has taken the opportunity to better the museum addition – Ocean Wonders: Sharks!
This expansion was originally scheduled to break ground in October 2012, and open in 2015, but construction was delayed by Hurricane Sandy, and it is scheduled to open in 2017.