The big Apple, fascinating city that never sleep, we have visited more times in different years and here you can find our experiences and pictures
In 2004 a brief visit on board of a bus, we have touched the most important areas, first of all Time Square and Ground Zero (very impressive the big hole and the quiet and silence in that area).
In 2005 we have enjoyed walking around a snowed city and full of activity, the strange orange gates that you can see in our photos were an artistic realization made with 7.500 gates realized by Christo and Jeanne-Claude in the Central Park
In we ate a big slice of New York, used more than a pair of shoes, consumed a lot of metro and PATH railways for visiting better all the corner of the town. Very interesting The MET, the breathtaking view from Empire State Building, Time Square, the Rockfeller Centre, the Central Station, Tribeca, Chinatown, Little Italy (Italy???), the Madison Square Garden, the queues at Broadway’s theaters, the fifth Avenue (that we have done all by feet), Brooklin bridge, and the Stanley Theater at Jersey City
In 2007 a brief visit done by stefano for a job to the ONU with a speedy visit to the financial district and Battery Park, Macy’s and the fashinating Christmas athmosphere
In 2009 we have appreciated the cruise to the Liberty Statue and Ellis Island museum and the last day lying down on the grass of Central Park. We returned for Christmas for touch the christmas tree of the Rockfeller Centre and for eat “pandoro” and drink “spumante” at Central Park the Christmas Day
On august of 2010 we returned in NYC with our adult daughter and her husband and we took the opportunity to visit the huge AMNH, also made famous by the movie “A Night at the Museum”, the last day we have done a long and hard but beautiful bicycle tour with which we made the circumnavigation of Manhattan, the Brooklyn Bridge and around the Central Park.
New york city wait for us we’ll be back…