Monday, April 1, 2013
From Wall Street to the Brooklyn Bridge
My dearest readers, I sincerely apologize for not satisfying your New York City photo cravings lately but you have to understand that the Big Apple keeps me overly busy. By now I have to face reality - these are my last ten days here - and as usual I'm trying to make the most of my life, thus no time for blogging! I promise you will get to see some more fabulous New Yorker shots as soon as I get back to the oh so gray Germany though.
As you know, I'm always doing my best to give you the chance to virtually explore New York City by showing you all the neighborhoods and their characteristic traits that you don't know yet, I introduce you to new restaurants, take you to party with me and my friends in the New Yorker clubs, and let you participate in events or social happenings taking place in the city that never sleeps.
Today I decided to show you some pictures of Lower Manhattan I took a while ago. Wall Street, the Charging Bull, the New York Harbor, One World Trade Center, the Stock Exchange, the Brooklyn Bridge and the City Hall - there's a handful of sights to explore in this part of Manhattan. The second picture is already two years old (wow, the Big Apple and I had a pretty long romance going on), see how short the Freedom Tower was back then? By now One World Trade Center has grown, being the tallest building in New York City since April 30, 2012. So many things have changed since I came to New York in December 2010, and just like the Freedom Tower has reached its new height, I have grown with New York!