TL november 2010 iPad

TL november 2010 iPad

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[SOUND] Behind me is 42nd street. It runs from the East river all the way to the Hudson, across Manhattan. We're gonna walk this street from one end to the other and see as much as we can. I'm Andrew McCarthy, this is my neighborhood. Let's go see it. [MUSIC]. The world convenes at the United Nations just above the east end of 42nd Street. Checking her out. Really, oh welcome. [FOREIGN] [FOREIGN] I love New York [MUSIC] You always know the out-of-towners. They're the ones waiting on the curb. The New Yorkers are in the street. The Chrysler Building is my favorite building in New York. [MUSIC] Just west Is the most famous train station in the country. Three quarters of a million people pass through Grand Central every day. But there's more to this place than just trains. [MUSIC] Let's eat. [MUSIC] I'll take another. [MUSIC] A short walk away, things are a lot quieter. [MUSIC] Great place to spend the afternoon. The library also happens to have a beautiful back yard. I love Bryan Park. It has the most European feel of any park in town. [MUSIC] [BLANK_AUDIO] Just one block west of this oasis is the most chaotic corner in the country. Times Square, crossroads of the world. Hey I might close this part of Broadway off to Pedestrian traffic only. Best idea he ever had. No part of 42nd street has changed more than this block between 7th and 8th. Used to be all drugs and prostitution. Now it's Disney. [MUSIC] I'll get the whole background, I got it how does that look? Can you get more of the background, please? More background, right. This corner of West Jackson and 42nd street isn't so much a neighborhood being rebuilt as one that's being born. A lot of rats down there? Sometimes. Yeah. You're a better man than me. Eh, it's a living. Yeah. [LAUGH] [MUSIC] Here's the end of the line, 42nd and 12. Here's the Hudson River, Circle Line, the Intrepid. There are new terrors beyond that. Nice walk. [MUSIC] [BLANK_AUDIO] [MUSIC] [BLANK_AUDIO]
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TL november 2010 iPad


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