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New york

the busy City

From Quebec i drove to New York which it took 8hours 7mins. Driving through this city was different from Quebec, since Quebec is an old looking city and New York is full of light and full of different people doing weird things that wouldn't see in Quebec. Everything in New York is bright, bright of lights and expensive. I went straight to my air BnB. in Brooklyn, NY, United States. The BnB is a beautiful open loft apartment The area is great: lots of cool restaurants, organic grocery stores, yoga, gyms, bars, etc, whatever you need is all within walking distance. The building is a 5-minute walk from the Grand L stop. 10 minutes to Union Square, The center of Manhattan. The day, I when to Central park which is just a big park. Central Park is an urban park in Manhattan, New York City. Central Park is the most visited urban park in the United States, with one of the most filmed locations in the world. Walking around Manhattan New York was being in a movies, with the big bright lights and the building and the traffic.
In the morning, I took a travel The Metropolitan Museum of Art, which is located in New York City and is the largest art museum in the United States, and is among the most visited art museums in the world. And it was wonderful museum which is full of art that you would even thing that would be seen there.
The next couple of days I just walked around New York and ate at different places, and seen the cherry Blossom that the Chinese's gave to the United States as a peace treaty
For the Last day of me being in New York I drove 31 minutes to The Bronx. The Bronx is one of the boroughs of New York. The Bronx is a part of the 5 boroughs that are multy-cultural. Where most of the people speaks Spanish, doesn't matter if you're black, white, Muslim everyone speaks Spanish. The Bronx has different type of food since its so divers.

Posted by AlliannaAllen 07:49

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