Those moments, when your heart skips a beat and there comes a realization that you are at the one place you always desired to see.
Time flies way too quickly and it feels like moths had passed since our NYC trip in July. You can bet on how many architecture and street style pictures we have taken in the city that never sleeps and we are so excited to show you all of them.
Almost a month has passed since our New York trip and we have finally made it to share our impressions from the first hotel we stayed in – The Tuscany – a St Giles Signature Hotel. New York is simply huge and choosing the right hotel wasn´t an easy task. However, we knew we wanted to have a good location to be able to walk to our main points like the 5th avenue, Bryant Park, Grand Central Station etc. Also, it was important to have a few breakfast-possibilities nearby as we wanted to try something new every day.
Hey guys, it’s me again :). After I gave you the ultimate itineraries for day 1-5 in New York City, today I have the final to-do and to-see list for the last two days in the city that never sleeps. Enjoy it!
New York – the most famous city in the whole world. There’s a good reason, why it’s called “the city that never sleeps”. There always something you can do by day or at night, and that’s why it’s impossible to see everything in a week. I had the opportunity to spend 3 weeks in New York, so I had enough time to see almost everything I had on my bucket list (almost everything). Based on this, I’ve compiled a list of the best things to do if you’re spending 7 days in New York City.