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The Wonder City is Truly Wonderful.(Part2)

Day6- A day spent in The Met Musuem

I guess one of the must-do activities in NYC is to visit their museums. We decided to spend half of our day to visit the famous The Met Museum. We didn't manage to visit all the exhibitions, only partly, because it is really super huge, and it will normally take you at least 3 days to finish the whole museum. The entry free is pay as you wish, but the recommended full admission is $25 per adult. We were very lucky on that day as the staffs assumed we were students(haha maybe we really look young!), so we only paid US$12/person. Once you stepped in the museum, be prepared to absorb the mega information & knowledges. It was a very interesting experience as You got to know the history of the past.

Day7- Take a walk on The Brooklyn Bridge

We have seen the Brooklyn Bridge many times in the movies. It just felt surreal to see it in real life.

We walked to Dumbo and Williamsburg after visiting the Brooklyn Bridge. They were numbers of indie bookstores and lifestyle concept shops are worth visiting! Just love the way they display the products and put them up together, it really made you want to own one like this!

Day8- Watch an Opera show when you in NYC

We started our day by visiting Greenwich Letterpress store. Greenwich Letterpress is a letterpress studio and stationery/gift shop located in the heart of New York City’s West Village. They specialize in letterpress weddings, letterpress baby announcements, letterpress stationery, and their own unique line of letterpress greeting cards. After that, We were just take our times to explore around the area.

Greenwich Letterpress

15 Christopher Street New York, NY 10014

We backed to Broadway in the late afternoon as We decided to catch the famous opera show-The Phantom Of The Opera.

Day 9 - Grand Central Terminal, Central Park & MOMA

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