Inspired by Empire State of Mind (JAY Z and Alicia Keys) I thought it would be nice to end this series of New York in black and white. So here it goes, one more post about NYC.
The last three days were used for paying a visit to China Town and Little Italy, finish the sex and the city to do list, have a look at the New York City Opera and go up the Empire State Building to name just a few.
In other words, we still had more than enough to do in the 3 days we had left.
Day four! After having brunch (recommendation: Schnippers, located in the NY Times Building) we headed to the Rockefeller Center. On our route we passed the Radio City Music Hall and the NBC Studio’s. And although the buildings are nice, the photos I took aren’t all that. Therefore I am showing you the one below instead. The building is just next to the Radio City Music Hall and NBC Studios and offered an interesting view for a photo (well, in my opinion anyway :)).
Day three came knocking on our door. It was time to get our feet moving again. From our hotel we walked to The High Line. The High Line is a park which is built on a section of the elevated former New York Central Railroad spur called the West Side Line. The park integrates nicely with the surrounding buildings, giving it a nice twist.
Day two of our trip in New York had arrived! We decided to start our day by walking to Times Square which was only a couple of blocks away (sounds American enough? :)) from our hotel. The previous day our guide told us we should visit it once during the day and once at night (like any other self respecting tourist would do). Times Square is packed with people and there are brightly illuminated signs everywhere.
We made it. And we made it back! New York was amazing.
One week of NYC delivers a ton of photos. Instead of boring you to death with a whole bunch of pictures in one post I will divide them into separate posts (which gives me time to edit the rest of the photos as well). 🙂