I have to say this trip to New York is fantastic, though I do feel tired on the 7th day.
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Today is fun, but I started to feel tired. We walked too much for too many days. Anyway, we will head back tomorrow.
To have a better sleep. We met at 9:30. After having breakfast at our beloved bagel express, we headed to MOMA. I was awed. So many precious treasure were there. I felt like I am just uncivilized. I just don’t really get the point of modern art.
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it’s not a busy day today. We slowed down a bit and enjoyed what the holiday should be like.
We went to the metropolitan museum of art in the morning. Weirdly but luckily run into several friends. It’s like over half of our former classmates are in New York this fall break. We spent around 4.5h in the museum but still didn’t finished it at all. We only got the time and energy to cover the part we desperately want to see. China exhibition for sure. I felt sorry and angry for the fact that our treasure are here in New York. I don’t even want to think about how they get here. Continue reading “Day 5”
Productive day today.
After a brilliant breakfast, we went to the top of the rock observation deck in the Rockefeller building. Amazing view in daylight.
Then we had a glance at the New York public library on 42th street. The building is too amazing for a library. It’s a library for research basically.
The central station is also a bit too beautiful for a train station. The oyster bar is cool. I sneaked in for a few photos. Continue reading “Day 4”
we went to tons of places today. Nearly walked our legs off. The cold wind at night made me freezing.
In the morning, we went to take the ferry to the Statue of Liberty and the Ellis Island. It was so cool. We just couldn’t stop taking selfies. Continue reading “Day 3”
We had a very busy day today. We walked a lot just as yesterday. Continue reading “Day 2”
The first day in NYC was so much fun. We managed a lot of places. From Times Square to high line to the downtown neighborhood and a off-Broadway show. Eventually at sundown, we went to the freaking Empire State Building. The view was splendid, just a bit too cold. Continue reading “Day 1”