Let’s say you have been to New York City before. You have seen Times Square, attended a Broadway play, spent time with the Pharaohs in the Egyptian wing of the Met and sat at Bethesda Fountain in Central Park and watched the boats peacefully glide across the pond and then bump into each because no one knows who to steer those things apparently.
The Cathedral of Saint John the Divine is located on 113th and Amsterdam Avenue in Manhattan. It is one of my favorite buildings in the city, one of the largest churches in the world and also boasts a pair of peacocks that roam around the grounds out back. Bottom line is the next time you are in the city, make a trip uptown and visit the church.
No, not at NBC Studios in midtown but rather Manhattan’s Morningside Heights at the Cathedral of Saint John The Divine. The Cathedral, located on 113th and Amsterdam is one of my favorite places in the city. Not only is the interior so vast one thinks he is in a cavern but there is also the most interesting (i.e not sure what it is) statue adjacent to the building and of course the peacock. Actually make that two peacocks; one shimmering blue and green and one decked out all in white.