Oh the places you will go.

New York has come and gone.  In a whirlwind of long days and even longer nights, we Whitworthians have come, seen and conquered.  We are now preparing for our next adventure, in the beautiful capitol city of Washington, D.C.  We are waiting for our Amtrak train presently, and I’ve compiled a Google Map detailing our great adventures in NYC. There are some sites not represented, as those I’ve listed are those the majority of our group journeyed to.

Here’s the list of locations:

1. The Associated Press
2. Battery Park
3. Ben and Jerry’s
4. Bigelow CO Chemists Inc
5. Blockhead Burrito
6. Bloomberg News
7. Broadway
8. Brooklyn Bridge
9. Brooklyn Heights
10. Cafe Lalo
11. Canal Street
12. Carnegie Hall
13. Central Park
14. Chipotle
15. Columbia Journalism Review
16. Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism
17. Columbus Circle
18. Crumbs Bakeshop
19. Ellis Island
20. Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting
21. Financial District
22. Flat Iron Building
23. Grand Central Terminal
24. Greenwich Village
25. Hachette Books
26. HI New York Hostel
27. Juilliard School
28. Junior’s Restaurant and Bakery
29. Ketchum Public Relations
30. La Bella Stella Pizzeria
31. La Mirabelle Restaurant
32. Lincoln Center Plaza
33. Little Italy
34. Madison Square Garden
35. New York Public Library
36. New York Times
37. New York University
38. Peanut Butter and Co.
39. Penn Station
40. Pig’n Whistle
41. Propublica
42. Rockefeller Plaza
43. S’Mac
44. Saatchi and Saatchi New York
45. Starbucks
46. Statue of Liberty
47. Time Warner Centre
48. Times Square
49. Tisch School of the Arts
50. Tom’s Restaurant
51. Trinity Church
52. Trump Tower
53. TV Guide
54. Union Square
55. Video Games New York
56. Wiley Publishing Inc
57. WNET Channel 13
58. World Trade Center

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  1. #1 by mollyferree on January 17, 2011 - 10:41 pm

    If there was a “like” button, I would press it. It’s cool to see all of the places mapped out like this. There’s sooo much. No wonder we are all so tired!

  2. #2 by Jess on January 26, 2011 - 6:11 am

    Can I just say that I love how you put Starbucks on there? But I do notice one thing missing: Broadway Bagel. What’s the likelihood you would do one of these for D.C.?

  3. #3 by James McPherson on February 13, 2011 - 3:03 am

    This is cool–so cool that, like Jess, I’d like to see one for D.C. 🙂

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