Visiting The African Burial Ground National Monument
Why is The Brooklyn Bridge So Famous and Important?
The Brooklyn bridge represented forward thinking during the Industrial Revolution. It was modern engineering and visual appealing architecture. It was the world’s first steel-wire suspension bridge. Continue reading
Visiting One of My Favorite Museums – The Museum of The Moving Image
If you are in New York and love movies and television, then you will love this all movie things museum. This museum has preserved more than 130, 000 artifacts, which 1,400 of them are currently in its permanent exhibition. They also present movie screenings and have remarkable changing exhibitions. Visiting help us have a unique appreciation experience of the art and history of the movie image industry. Continue reading
My Friday at The MoMA Museum
Friday nights in New York can be fun if you start your evening in one of the most iconic museums. Yes, I am they type of person who will pick a museum instead of a club on a Friday night. Specially if it is the place where you finally have a closer look at many of the modern pieces you saw only in books at school. Artwork by Van Gogh, Picasso, Monet, Dali, Matisse, Pollock, Warhol, Kalho, Rivera, Gauguin, Wright , just to name a few. Continue reading
Visiting Watkins Glen State Park
Watkins Glen is a small town in New York famous for its auto race track and its State Park south of Seneca Lake in the Finger Lakes region. During my summer in Manhattan we visited Watkins Glen State Park for two hours and I widely enjoyed it. If you are into some hiking, this is a magnificent place to do it. Continue reading
Visiting The Yankee Stadium
The iconic stadium is the home of one of the greatest teams in the baseball history and a must visit to baseball fans. Continue reading
Mexican Day Parade in New York – Desfile Mexicano en Nueva York
The traditional Mexican Day Parade started two decades ago and it has become one of the most popular parades in the big apple. Thousands of attendees reunite to remember and honor their culture while admiring decorated floats, listen traditional music, and watch the more than hundreds dancers in traditional suits.
The parade takes place on the third Sunday of September on Madison Avenue in New York City .
National 9/11 Memorial & Museum
The 9/11 Memorial opened a decade after the September 11th terrorist attacks to the United States.
Grand Central Terminal
The iconic terminal opened in 1913 in Midtown Manhattan and it is a must place to visit in NYC. The building, the $20 million four-faced clock, its sculptures, the astronomical backwards ceiling, the galleries, retail shops, its restaurants and secrets are what makes Grand Terminal on 42nd Street an historic landmark.
Visiting The First Immigration Station
We must never forget that the beauty of this country lies in its diversity. If one really want to learn about the history of the United States, then visiting or reading about Ellis Island is the way to start. It is a small island in New York Harbor used as the first federal immigration station from 1892-1954. Continue reading