New York never sleeps, and neither do you when you're there because it’s just too action-packed! It’s impossible to see everything this city has to offer. There's an endless list!
In five days, I managed to visit Liberty Island, home of the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island which was the nation's busiest immigration inspection station. I also went to Chinatown, Central Park, Wall Street, Yankee Stadium, and so much more.
I even visited the restaurant they used for exterior scenes in Seinfeld. In real life, this place is called Tom’s Restaurant, which is located at 2880 Broadway at 112th Street. Of course, I also visited Times Square, which was just amazing to see at night. The lights, the people, the kinetic energy bolts right through you. I didn’t get to see any Broadway plays, but perhaps one day I’ll return and see one.
New York City is a great place for food, too. For instance, there are hot dog carts on every corner and let’s not forget that this city is well known for their delicious pizza and famous delis.
From New York, I hopped on one of the smallest planes I’ve ever been on and headed to Philadelphia to catch a connecting flight home.