231***30Located near Syracuse University, it is the city center, surrounded by art galleries, libraries, state government office buildings, etc. It’s the first time I visited such a church, and on Christmas Eve, it was crowded with people singing poetry. I still think it’s pretty good.
m35***24It's cold inside, but fortunately there are overcoats. Skiing is the most fun, just sliding down from high places on tires. Very exciting. There are elephants, ice beds, Santa Claus, kid slides, Merlions, polar bears, etc., worth visiting
e21***17Ithaca High School, located on the banks of Cayuga Lake, was founded in the mid-19th century. It was originally a two-year preparatory school for Cornell University students and later changed to a public high school. American public schools implement compulsory education. Students only need to prepare a schoolbag, and the rest are free. If the family is in difficulties, even lunch is provided for free. The four-year study in high school, like university, is divided into compulsory and elective courses, and a credit system. The school’s facilities and equipment are similar. Students can use indoor facilities free of charge, while outdoor tennis and football fields can be used by residents for free. Students are also under great pressure to study and have a lot of homework. To enter a prestigious school, they must work hard and arrange to volunteer once a week. In short, whether you are born rich or poor, you have the basic guarantee of receiving compulsory education. It is a nail, there is always a chance to come up!
wxx1026The main attraction is to see the island of Heart. The Bolt castle is said to be the most luxurious castle that the American rich man who bought the island of Heart in the early 1900s planned to build for his wife. It has been built for four years since 1900. It was not expected that his wife died just before the castle was finished, and Bolt never set foot on the island. Heart Island was later bought by the U.S. government and developed into a tourist attraction in the Thousand Island Lakes. Sure enough, the building with the story can inspire imagination.