#NYC – By the Brooklyn Bridge (Night)

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Dear Brooklyn, how do I describe you? Why are you so lovely?

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Another tourist must-do is riding a Citibike across the Brooklyn Bridge. And so we did! I honestly underestimated how difficult it was going slightly ‘up hill,’ and trying to avoid all the other people on that bridge. Nevertheless, travel is always an adventure and I loved it!

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Before we ended our trip with a ride through the Brooklyn Bridge, we had some authentic pizza, and enjoyed the ambience around the area. With the night falls, the night scene is what we have always pictured it to be.

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Shots of joy.

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#NYC – From Chelsea Market, The High Line, to the Rockefeller Center

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Nothing more cliché than waiting for the sunset from the Rockefeller Center/Top of the Rock. First time in NYC, definitely needed a visit to some tourist spots! We actually made a reservation the day before, on what timeslot we were planning to visit the following day, so do take note on that!

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Had an early dinner settled at the Chelsea Market beforehand, right across from Google, for a lobster meal paired with baked goods. Finished it off with a little picnic moment at The High Line, enjoying Mexican food and pizza, while watching the locals enjoy their yoga.

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And I wondered, how could people leave such a beautiful city?