Our next pit stop on our trip to NYC was Hoboken, New Jersey where my grandpa grew up. It was the perfect day for wondering through the town and taking pictures next to the water.
That’s it for the 3rd post in my A Week In NYC series. There is going to be 1 last post in this series with a few random highlights from the trip. I’ve really enjoyed creating this series and writing about something different so I’m definitely going to be doing more of these posts in the future.
This is the 2nd post in my A Week In NYC series where I share some highlights from my trip. Now what’s a trip to the Big Apple without taking a stroll through Central Park. Central Park is one of the most scenic destinations I’ve ever been to, which is why I had to dedicate an entire post to it. There are gorgeous 360 degree views of Manhattan throughout the entire park.
That wraps up this travel post, if you missed the first installment in this series go check that one out. Don’t forget to check back on Wednesday and Friday for the last two posts.
At the end of April I spent a week in New York City along with my family and friends. NYC has got to be one of my most loved cities, which is why I couldn’t resist going back a 2nd time. We covered a lot of ground in the week that we were there from taking pictures of flowers in Central Park to roaming the streets in Hoboken, New Jersey. I’ve created a series called A Week In NYC so I can share with you some of the highlights from my New York City trip. So without further ado A Week In NYC // Top Of The Rock & Rockefeller Center.
The first weekend the weather was beautiful, all sunny skies with no cloud in sight. We took advantage of this opportunity to do some sight seeing and first on our list was Rockefeller Center.
Another destination that was on our checklist was the Top Of The Rock observation decks at the top of the GE Building right near Rockefeller Center. One of the best views in Manhattan of the Empire State Building, Statue Of Liberty and even Central Park. There are 3 observation decks both inside and outdoors, the 70th floor is the only floor not enclosed with glass barriers.
That’s it for this A Week In NYC post, if you enjoyed this post and want to see more don’t forget to like it. There will be several more A Week In NYC post up showcasing some more highlights from my trip. Getting completely off topic I’ve been thinking about doing a Q&A post and I wanted to know if that is something you would want to see. If that’s something you would like to see you can leave me some comments asking questions.