New York isn’t known for its parking lots!

After a lengthy spiel about all the trains that come and go under the original World Trade Center, which held around 50,000 workers, a tourguide asked if anyone had questions. An American who couldn’t fathom life without cars asked, “Where do they all park?”


Miss Liberty’s Tablet

A colleague in New York City tourism had a group of middle school kids at the Statue Of Liberty. He told them the story of the American Revolution and the French Revolution, and the gift of the statue in 1885. He asked if any of them knew what was written on the tablet held in the Statue’s left hand. A kid’s mouth and eyes widened as she asked, incredulously, “They had tablets back then?”