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The other thing that I really liked was visiting Central Park by bike! Yes, my friends, don’t forget that this park has an area of 3.41 km², so if you plan on going there on foot, good luck 😛 . For those who enjoy running, it’s really nice in the morning to see the sunrise over Manhattan, as you can see in my boyfriend’s pictures. This park is gorgeous with all its greenery. There’s a small lake, bridges, music, dancers, and in short, is really animated. And what I found to be really, really cute were, of course, my little friends, the squirrels :D.
Of course, if you go to New York, you simply mustn’t miss:
- The September 11th Memorial Museum: It was both very interesting and very difficult as well to see very touching testimonies, videos and also, the two towers that were destroyed. It’s true that you leave with a lump in your throat.
- Rockefeller Center, so you can admire all of New York. I advise that you go in the evening – it’s more incredible then.
- Times Square. How can I put it? It’s unreal and gigantic. I was really impressed with all these bright screens, all the people and all the shops.
- Brooklyn Bridge: if you want to watch the sun set over all the tall buildings, go here. You’ll get an incredible view from the bridge.
- Central Park. Don’t hesitate to go here – it’s beautiful. I really liked it: it’s lively, it’s relaxing, there are lots of things to discover, like biking, the squirrels, the people putting on shows, music, and everything coming together so you’ll spend a pleasant little day.
- And finally, the Statue of Liberty: Well, we weren’t really lucky because that day there wasn’t the best weather, so we couldn’t really see it that well from far away, but it’s true that the statue is imposing and incredible.
There are plenty of other places to discover, of course, but for us, this is what I remember most from my trip to NY.
If you have any questions or need any advice, feel free to ask me.