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York City.  They saw several Broadway shows, including “Phantom of the Opera”, “Wicked”, “Jersey Boys”, “Kinky Boots”, “On the Town”, “Hedwig and the Angry Inch” and “Amazing Grace.” The group visited Liberty Island and Ellis Island and walked to the Wall Street district. The group traveled to Ground Zero, where they visited the memorial pools, the 9/11 Memorial Museum and the new Freedom Tower built to replace the World Trade Center One. The group enjoyed dancing and eating aboard a cruiseliner for the luncheon cruise around New York harbor. They spent four days riding the double-decker bus visiting upper and lower Manhattan, the Bronx, Brooklyn and the night tour of the lower Manhattan area and part of Brooklyn. They toured Fifth Avenue, including the Plaza Hotel, the Trump Tower and Rockefeller Center.  They also visited the Times Square area and saw the ball which falls on New Year's Eve. Those who traveled on this tour were, from left, front row, front row:  Bill Robinson of Basehor, KS, tour guide Carol Thomas of Trenton, Kathy Cross of Kansas City, KS; back row, Sue Palmer of Kansas City, KS, Donna Robinson of Basehor, KS, Sharon Pattison and Gary Pattison of Basehor,, Bruce Schlosser and Marilyn Schlosser of Kansas City, KS, Janice Clark and Randy Clark of Salina, KS, Donald Stroup of Olathe, KS, Patricia Schatz of Shawnee, KS, Joyce Peery of Jamesport and Wendy Bell of Los Angeles, CA. Not pictured is Carla Still of Trenton.

York City. They saw several Broadway shows, including “Phantom of the Opera”, “Wicked”, “Jersey Boys”, “Kinky Boots”, “On the Town”, “Hedwig and the Angry Inch” and “Amazing Grace.” The group visited Liberty Island and Ellis Island and walked to the Wall Street district. The group traveled to Ground Zero, where they visited the memorial pools, the 9/11 Memorial Museum and the new Freedom Tower built to replace the World Trade

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