It’s a new day in New York, legs still sore from walking miles and miles in this big city. After seeing the city from above in all angles possible, we’re headed to the more green part of NY – Central Park. The park itself is so big (3,41 km2) that it would take one full day or more to enjoy it like it should be enjoyed. That’s why we decided to also come back the other day when we rented a bycicle to drove through it. Bike rentals are from 6$/hour if you’re renting it online and I definetly recommend it if your time in NYC is limited – you’ll get to see all of it’s attractions and you can stop wherever you want to just chill, sit down, have a picnic or whatever else you had in mind.
Even though it wasn’t Christmas time, I remember walking through Central Park I felt like Kevin from ‘Home alone’. All the sceneries from the movie were exactly the same, except the lady with the pigeons 😀 To check out all of it’s movie and other beautiful attractions, click on the link here.
One of the NY’s oldest and most unique building is definetly this one. Builded in 1979., this triangular structure sits on an entire block, bounded by Fifth Avenue, 23rd Street and Broadway, facing Madison Square.
While being magnificient and beautiful, New York is in the same time loud, hectic, dirty, smelly, energy consuming, it’s probably not for everyone’s taste. Personally, it drained me after four days, but looking back now- all I’m thinking is how I’d love to come back again.