New York City will always have a special place in my heart. I remember telling myself that I would go to this place in New York when the right time comes! And being in the city made me fall in love with it a thousand times more.
New York is a city of big views and spectacular sights. From the Empire State Building to the Statue of Liberty, there are no end of elite landmarks to check out. But what happens once you’ve seen them all? Today, let’s run through four things you can do in the Big Apple which don’t involve heading to one of these spots of interest.
It was a dream of mine to visit New York and luckily I get to visit the state probably every year and get to visit new places which I pretty much see on Instagram. I am not going to deny it, I AM IN LOVE WITH NEW YORK!
So then, I was browsing my hard drive and saw these images I took back in year 2014 or so. And I know it’s a bit old, but the memories are still here and forever kept. So I’ll take you to New York, specifically Brooklyn Bridge. Enjoy!
This will be the last part of my New York post ~
There are a lot of things to do in Central Park, to be honest. You can either rent a bike and just stroll the park itself, rent a roller skates I think, tour the park in a horse ride and pedicabs. There are literally a lot, but we didn’t do any of it, because we didn’t know there are things like that. But we sure enjoyed the park though.
This is a part two of my New York post, hopefully won’t be the last ~
From the Flatiron District, we just walked our way to the Central Park. That’s from 23rd street of fifth avenue TO 59th street of fifth avenue (which ranges to the 100th street). It’s a good thing because we got to exercise and see more things and take bunch of photos. But before we head to Central Park, we went to St. Patrick’s Cathedral to pay it a visit. We also got to see the New York Public Library, which of course I took a photo of it.