Enjoying the Emptiness of New York on Thanksgiving Day

The thing I like most about New York City on holidays is that the city gets calmer and quieter as many people leave town. I took a stroll down Upper West Side to ponder and capture some of its grand architecture.

La Rochelle apartment building, erected in 1898
The towers of The El Dorado, an apartment building finished in 1931
Joan of Arc Memorial on Riverside Drive at 93rd Street (opened in 1915)
One of the last phone booths in New York City, at W 90th Street and West End Avenue
The Ansonia, a stunning Beaux-Arts apartment building designed by French architect Paul Emile Duboy (finished in 1903)

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