Sunday, 1 November 2015

Travel | Brooklyn Bridge | New York City


Opened in 1883, what was the longest suspension bridge of its time, was opened over the New York East River to serve as a crossing between Manhattan and Brooklyn boroughs of the State of New York. Citizens then knew it as the New York and Brooklyn Bridge, until the name got changed to the East River Bridge. That is until 1915 when it was renamed to the more familiar Brooklyn Bridge we all know it as today. It's an iconic structure of New York and one on the to-do list so my family and I took the time to stroll along it taking in the sights and sounds of New York from the Brooklyn Bridge.


Love padlocks adorn the Brooklyn Bridge. Not quite as romantic as Paris but hey, anything goes!
Someone please explain to me what the no salt zone is? 






The amazing graffiti of the Brooklyn Bridge


Enjoy,
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