Articles with tag: new york

I'd like to tell you about a small "castle" located in Upper Manhattan. Meet The Cloisters, a branch of the Metropolitan Museum, built in the form of the castle (or rather in the form of a French abbey, according to Wikipedia). In general, The Cloisters is the museum of the medieval...
Roosevelt Island in New York
This is a continuation of the article. In the previous part you can find some information about the history of Roosevelt Island in New York. ​Below you can find some photos I took during my walk. We decided to go by the cable car. I recommend it to everyone! There are very beautiful views....
Roosevelt Island in New York
Roosevelt Island, New York Dear friends, in this article I want to acquaint you with Roosevelt Island, which is located between Manhattan and Queens. This is a quite small island of about 300 meters wide and about 3 kilometers long, connected to the land by the Queensboro Bridge and a cable car....
While walking around New York, we stumbled upon an auto dealer, or rather upon its parking lot. Unfortunately, I didn't have enough money to buy a car. ;-) The selection of cars is impressive. They stand in the open air, behind a small fence, almost without protection. Each car is...
Let me continue telling you about New York! On the second day, after visiting the Empire State Building, we went to the aquarium of New York, located in Brooklyn, right on the Atlantic coast. In 2012, the aquarium suffered very badly from hurricane Sandy. It was partially flooded. At the...
On the second day of our stay in the Big Apple, we strolled a little more around Manhattan, looked at the city from the height of the Empire State Building (I wrote about it in the previous review). I adore beautiful panoramic views of New York. These are the contrasts between Manhattan and...
I really like to climb high up and view the panorama of a city. Therefore, in each journey, we climb all kinds of skyscrapers, towers, and other observation decks :) Of course, the Empire State Building in New York was no exception. The Empire State Building is the 102-storied skyscraper of 443...
On the first day in New York, after walking around the city, we went to the Madame Tussauds Museum. The sculptor Maria Tussaud opened the very first museum 200 years ago in London. Maria was born in Strasbourg in 1761! And her business is still alive!  The technology has moved so far that...
New York is very big and diverse city. Here I want you to show Manhattan. Because it is all "goes up", most of the photo turned out to be vertical -hence the name of the post :) A small square near another skyscraper is decorated with fountains and a huge sculpture of the ring on the pillars...
On the last day of our stay in New York, we woke up early in the morning and went to see this symbol of the USA. We drove through Manhattan. Here's a view of New York's Financial Center from Liberty Park. It is from there the ships depart to the island of Liberty. In fact, there are a lot of...

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