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.
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.
I’ve been following a couple photographers on Instagram and most of them are New York based photographer. Like I mean, who wouldn’t love to see New York skyscraper and every thing about New York, right?
To be honest, my family and I have been going to New York pretty much every year. And every time we visit New York we are only be at the same locations: Times Square, Rockefeller Plaza and St. Patrick’s Cathedral. The itinerary will change if we really plan something ahead of time, on where to go and what to do. And as a young adult, I crave for long walks and slight traveling. And it took us literally couple years to finally go to New York by ourselves. As per usual, a Filipina who is afraid to get lost in a big city, I always use my GPS to travel here and there.
It’s one of those days when you and your friends planned something for quite a long time. We’ve talked about seeing each other sometime in July but things happen and we moved it a month after. The last time I saw them was back in 2011, right after our graduation. So it took me like almost five years to go out and see some friends. Definitely the best one I had in year 2016 and hopefully not the last.