2. Random Places
3. Yankee Stadium
4. The Guggenheim Museum
5. The Vessel and The Shed
6. Time Square
1. Brooklyn Bridge
All I can say is, the magnets are cheaper at the very end!
Thank you to Jorge's boss who showed us this bomb Ramen place. (Yeah, I grabbed some of their cool chop sticks to bring home.)
3. Joker Stairs
Ok. This was by far the sketchiest part of our trip. But cool to see for sure. I wondered why that seen was so long in the movie. It's because the stair are practically endless!
4. 9/11 Memorial
May God bless all of those who were lost and watch over those who were left without their loved ones...
The 9/11 memorial was beautiful and very powerful. We didn't go in the museum but after hearing stories of it, if we go back, it's absolutely something I'd like to do.
5. The Oculus
Wow, wow, wow. Santiago Calatrava out did himself with this one. We got out of the subway and there it was. The tips of the structure peaking around the corner and it took everything in me not to run towards it. The outside was stunning and the inside was even more spectacular. You would believe how big it actually is until your standing near it or in it. I think it was by far my favorite part of New York.
6. Dyker Heights
I was not expecting the crazy amount of people here! The lights were amazing and the houses were beautifully decorated. 10/10 recommend
Day 4: We relaxed most of the morning, did a little shopping, got some delicious tacos and went out with a good friend of ours in the evening. :)
Thank you for stopping by! I'll be updating these New York posts every so often to make sure I got everything. But bye for now. :)
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