6 days in New York City

Posted on September 6, 2016, 4:56 pm


Day 1
Well, you can start with China town buying some presents for your family, friend ;).

  • Food at China town are pretty cheap, for 15$ you can get (Spring Rolls 3 Pcs = 3$, Beef Navel Noodle Soup 4.95$, Black Tea w. Sago 3.25 $ + 15% Tips).
  • Than go for a walk at Wall Street
  • Brooklyn Bridge (Walking on the bridge)
  • And end up with seeing sunset over lower Manhattan at Pebble Beach.


Chinatown, NYC
Chinatown, NYC


Wall Street, NYC
Wall Street, NYC


Brooklyn Bridge
Brooklyn Bridge


Lower Manhattan, view from Pebble Beach
Lower Manhattan, view from Pebble Beach



Day 2

  • 9/11 memorial museum
  • 9/11 memorial museum Ground zero
  • Flatiron Building (There is a small park next to the building where you can take a rest there surfing on the net, WiFi is free)


"9/11 memorial museum


Ground zero
Ground zero


Flatiron Building
Flatiron Building



Day 3

  • Staten Island Ferry (Catch the ferry in the early morning and seeing the sunrise)
  • Status of Liberty
  • Charging Bull
  • Museum of natural history
  • Exchange Place (Jersey City), Seeing sunset


Staten Island Ferry
Staten Island Ferry


Status of Liberty
Status of Liberty


Charging Bull
Charging Bull


Museum of natural history
Museum of natural history


Exchange Place (Jersey City)
Exchange Place (Jersey City)



Day 4

  • The Metropolitan Museum of Art
  • Top of the rock observation deck
  • Time square


The Metropolitan Museum of Art
The Metropolitan Museum of Art


Top of the rock observation deck
Top of the rock observation deck


Time square
Time square



Day 5

  • Central Park
  • Empire state building


Central Park
Central Park


Empire state building
Empire state building



Day 6

  • Sunrise Brooklyn Bridge Park
  • Manhattan Bridge view from Washington Street
  • High Line


Sunrise Brooklyn Bridge Park, Manhattan Bridge view from Washington Street
Sunrise Brooklyn Bridge Park, Manhattan Bridge view from Washington Street


High Line
High Line


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