NEW YORK (AP) — A few hardy tourists still roamed the Wall Street area as the big storm moved in on New York City.
A Belgian visitor got lucky: She was allowed into historic Trinity Church in Lower Manhattan.
She initially thought she'd be going on a shopping spree with her husband on Monday.
They're scheduled to fly home Tuesday. They're hoping the bad weather will buy them an extra day or two in the city.
Two other tourists, from Vienna, had been hoping to go to museums.
They decided instead to pay their respects at the World Trade Center site. They took photos in the area and saw a firehouse plaque dedicated to firefighters who died on 9/11.