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NYC Day 10 – Breakfast in Brooklyn

So what to do on the last day of your stay, when you have to leave around midday?

pancakeHaving the best breakfast as possible! Eating the tasty not only gluten-free but also vegan pancakes at Sun in Bloom was simply a great idea for wasting our remaining time in Brooklyn – I won’t be having something as good as this again soon.

appartementOur landlord offered us to stay longer than the usual check-out time at 10:00, so we had plenty of time to pack our luggage and tidy up our appartement a bit.

corridorThe last day always feels a bit weird: Either you have forgotten to do something specific and too little time to do it last minute or you have done everything you wanted and are waiting for the time to leave. Either way, there is always this gap of time until you are finally closing the door behind you.

bklnmapThis journey was over, I really enjoyed it. Goodbye for now, I am sure we’ll be back!

NYC Day 9 – Highline Park, Central Park

So this was the last full day in New York and we had almost emptyed our schedule for sight-seeing: only two parks and some shopping plans were left to do.

monstertoastAfter breakfast with J.’s monster toast, which he kindly documented for us, we started off for a walk in – or rather “walk on” – the Highline Park.

parkentranceThe park used to be an elevated railroad track in the meatpacking district, from 1934 to the 1980’s. Thereafter, Continue reading

NYC Day 5 – Helicopter, MoMA, Times Square

Again another great sunny morning, a perfect match for a Helicopter flight! On the way to 6 E River Piers a promoter talked to us explaining his company’s offers and we got a flight spot superfast without long queues.

cockpitI was lucky and got the seat in the cockpit next to the pilot, what a thrill the view from above was!freiheitstatue This was my first helicopter flight ever, but surely it won’t be my last…

heli1You don’t need to book online, there are several companies competing with each other at similar prices. They all Continue reading

NYC Day 4 – Grand Central, Guggenheim, American Museum of Natural History

The good weather had returned over night, so we started early after breakfast to go about our sightseeing plans and went for a walk in East Midtown.

chryslerOn the list was a stop-by at the famous Grand Central Terminal, which surprisingly wasn’t too crowded at the time we arrived.

grandcentral2Then we went to Continue reading