Central Park is one of New York City’s most breathtaking attractions and a must-see for anyone visiting.This 843-acre green space includes meadows, lakes, forests, monuments and good architecture!
Central Park is one of New York City’s most breathtaking attractions and a must-see for anyone visiting.This 843-acre green space includes meadows, lakes, forests, monuments and good architecture!Tags: Writing Research Paper Essay SourceCreative Writing HarvardBaseball Cap Essay SalarySchindler Hero EssayDissertation Chair CommitteeCollege Admissions EssayDissertation Of Master In FinanceEssay + Underline Movie
A trip to New York would be incomplete without visiting the Metropolitan Museum of Art so that’s where we first headed.
A pro tip for anyone visiting the Met – their $25 entry fee is only ‘recommended’ and not mandatory, so if you can’t afford that but would still like to visit the Met, by all means pay what you can to get in.
What’s more, we got some incredible photos out of this and Marc, the tour guide, did a good job of making it look like we were the only tourists in all the pictures he took.
Because we wanted to have all the pizza we could while we were in NYC, at the end of the tour, Marc dropped us off at one of the best pizzerias in town – Bleecker Street Pizza in Greenwich Village.
This tour also helped us figure out the grid system of Manhattan and how to use the subway, which really came in handy during the rest of our stay in NYC.
In just three hours, we managed to see Times Square, Central Park, Grand Central Station, the Upper East Side, Brooklyn Bridge, and Downtown Manhattan.We hopped into the iconic yellow cab that took us to our hotel – The Hampton Inn.The drive from the airport to our hotel gave us a good feel of the city and it was exactly how we’d imagined it to be.It’s hard to see all the park’s attractions in a day, let alone a couple of hours, but our stroll down Central Park was delightful.After that, we went on a spectacular sunset sail to experience NYC’s beautiful skyline from the water, and also to see the Statue of Liberty.Continuing our touristy escapades, we went to the Top of the Rock at the Rockefeller Center to check out the stunning view of New York City that is truly one of a kind.We chose the Rockefeller Center over the Empire State Building because the NYC skyline somehow looks incomplete without the Empire State Building in it.We walked around Times Square, which is the most touristy and frenetic part of the city.Even after dark, the lights from all the billboards trick you into believing it is still daytime.Our second day started with an exciting three hour walking tour of NYC along with a private photographer.New York City is best explored on foot and this tour, conducted by Photo Trek Tours, is a great way to do that.