Here are a few spots in New York City that the average tourist (I) shouldn’t (didn’t) miss.
We only had four days to visit New York and we decided to make things simple: ‘let’s visit the most classic spots and keep our little eyes open on our way in between them.’ We stayed at the Carlton Arms Hotel. I went there years ago with my brother and loved it each time. It’s cheap, well situated, and fabulous inside. But I won’t kill the surprise if you wanna stay there. Note that it’s not the cleanest place you will have ever stayed; it’s more of ‘back-packer-it’s-ok-if-the-bathroom-stinks-a-bit’ type of situation. But believe me it’s REALLY worth a visit.
So here are the spots, each one with a Google map link if you have any mobile-GPS-thingy, and a gallery of photos. Cameras used were: Holga 120 GN, Horizon Perfekt, Moskva 5, Rolleimatic, Super-sampler and Holga WPC. Processes used were: Normal E6, C41 XPro, B&W and Hybrid (HPro).
Flat Iron (1 E 23rd St)
MoMA (11 West 53rd Street)
National Museum of Natural History (200 Central Park West)
Roosevelt Island Tram along Queensboro Bridge (Manhattan Side Station, 2nd Avenue)
Staten Island Ferry (Financial District)
Grand Central Station (W42nd Park Ave)
Times Square (7th and Broadway)
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