Walking Around New York
I’m back at school in Connecticut and it is in the 60s today. All of the snow has melted! It is glorious. I think it is safe to say that spring is here. So I’m taking a quick thesis break to post some photos of New York. I hung out in NYC for a few days with Sasha and Victor before returning to Connecticut and we did a lot of walking around and the weather decided to cooperate. We walked past The Cube and decided to push it – it spins.
I love the Flatiron building. I think it would be really neat to see what the rooms inside are shaped like.
We walked around the Financial District for a bit. It’s pretty trippy when you look up. The skyscrapers make you feel like an ant.
We walked along the water a little and saw lady liberty herself.
This is the National Museum of the American Indian. The statues in front represent different continents and are pretty racist by today’s standards.
I wrote about eating on Stone Street this summer but never got the chance to take a photo. So it was a good thing that we had brunch at a Scandinavian place, Smorgas Chef, on Stone Street – got to finally take the photo. Stone Street is one of the oldest cobblestone streets in NYC and is lined with restaurants and bars today.
Stone Street was lined with green for St. Patrick’s Day. Happy St. Patrick’s Day everyone!