Yes my friends, the time has come.
Time to talk about my adventures in New York City.
There are a couple points i'd like to make before diving in.
- I didn't do everything I wanted to do, I'm going to have to make another trip in the near future to experience the city better
- I don't see myself living here. A very very large portion of why I went on this trip was to see if I could live in the environment, if I could possibly live here one day and after a 10 day trip with 40 other personalities that came along with me, consider the situation I was in, no, I don't at this very moment think that I could live in NYC
- The above bullet point does not mean that I did not LOVE it. Because, Yes...I did fall in love with New York City
Here we go. . .
What can I say! The boat cruise we went on was amazing, might of even been my favorite part of the trip! When you're walking around the city you don't feel like the buildings are that tall, or that there is an insane amount of people but when you step off the island and onto a little boat you really feel you've made it to Manhattan.
Brooklyn was hipsterville. But it was divine. This meal literally costed 10 dollars and was one of the best meals of my trip. There were so many cute little shops and an amazing flea market and it was homey in a way. Maybe we only saw the "good" part of Brooklyn but it was lovely.
I took a panorama shot of walking towards Union Square. It was beautiful, the buildings against the sky among the people briskly walking. It was a gorgeous day to shop and eat and explore.
While my friends were checking out the shoe department in Union Square I decided to #selfie it up
Classic, we had to go to Serendipity and get frozen hot chocolate. I shared the Salted caramel and it was so salty and so caramel-y and delicious.
Went to go watch Cinderella on Broadway! The set was AMAZING. They had trees moving around, the biggest downfall was that Carly Rae wasn't preforming as Cinderella that day but never the less it was spectacular.
I wish I could have been able to take photos at the Met, Charles James exhibit, but they were not allowed. Go Google him and his dresses now.
Of course I had to walk the Brooklyn Bridge. It was maybe 5 or 6 o'clock, and there was barley anyone walking it, it was slightly misty, it started to pour after, but I got some damn good pictures of the view.
And Brooklyn welcomed us nicely.
Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass..I actually got a pedicure with my friend before walking the bridge, so here are my lovely sandals, my perfectly painted pink toe nails and some road.
This was the another one of the best meals I had on the trip. Brooklyn Pizza. DELISH. I wish I could eat it again and again...and again.
So these were just highlights from the trip. There was many photos but I chose the ones that I thought you would find the most interesting. I didn't want to bore you all with information about the trip so if you have any questions about my travel feel free to leave a comment below and i'll reply back asap!