If you haven’t read Part 1 of the NYC Review check it here. 🙂
Now Part 2!
The High Line is fantastic, an old disused subway line that used to run above the city converted into a park that glides above the city featuring plants, sitting areas, awesome views and a different perspective on such a vibrant city.
The wildlife, the colours, the difference from walking on pavements for 99% of the trip, the High Line is really great and its free! Continue reading “NYC – The Review – Part 2”
Sooo NYC obviously was awesome, I’m sure you have seen the pictures and can tell I had an amazing time.
My feet ached after about 2/3 days from walking about 12 miles per day!
That didn’t stop us though as we kept on walking and taking in the amazing sights right up till the last day.
The weather for our trip was a little disappointing, but that was the only thing negative about the entire holiday… and by that I don’t mean it was terrible, it just wasn’t sunny, lovely and nice daily everyday like I would have wished, etc. Continue reading “NYC – The Review – Part 1”
Last 2 days on the planner for New York City include 2 main attractions.
Central Park & the American Natural History Museum!
With limited details to write about these two places I thought it best to include both days on a single post. Continue reading “NYC Day Planner – Days 6&7”
16 days till NYC and it’s taken a while but the plan for day 5 is finally ready!
Day 5 is a pretty big day, similar to day 3 it will include the open top bus for the North of Manhattan. Continue reading “NYC Day Planner – Day 5”
If you haven’t had a chance yet check days 1/2 and day 3 here and here 🙂
Following from those, day 4 covers very little especially compared to a day 3 which is full of different sights.
Day 4 starts off with a short subway trip down to Bowling Green Station followed by a short walk to Battery Park. From here our NYC Pass gives us access to the ferry across to the Statue of Liberty and the Ellis Island Immigration Museum. Continue reading “NYC Day Planner – Day 4”
Today we are looking at the plan for the first proper day of sightseeing on our NYC trip!
We have got a New York Pass which for $250 gives us access to A LOT of museums, attractions and tickets onto the open top bus. So to get maximum value for money we will use the buses which run every 15 minutes to get us to each of the following stops, then we can use our free entries into the specific places we want to see. Continue reading “NYC Day Planner – Day 3”
With almost 1 month to go I wanted to start sharing my daily plan’s with you guys.
These aren’t rigid, definite plans, as with all holidays and trips, things change, the weather could be awful or something might come up that’s more important, however I think its best to have a plan, especially with New York having so much to offer. So off we go..
Continue reading “NYC Day Planner – Days 1&2”