The Big Apple is quite the common destination Commodores like to visit during breaks. Spring break was the second time I went to the city, and from my most recent trip, I will highlight the top 5 places I visited. (PS I took all these photos 😉 )
5. The MET
The Metropolitan Museum of Art is one of those places you have to visit while in NYC. To put it lightly, it is a castle of history and culture that immerses you into another time with its artifacts. Everything is so captivating that you may find yourself staying here for hours at a time. And to show appreciation for all the art, you can always donate to the museum to support its mission.
4. Brooklyn Bridge
This bridge features some of the best views of NYC as you walk above the East River. The walk may consist of a beach-like breeze, giving you a perfect chance for the Marilyn Monroe moment of your dreams. The near hour-long walk will be nothing short of dreamy; there will always be something spectacular to see.
3. Central Park
For one of the best ways to reconnect with nature while in the city, Central Park features an extensive landscape adventure that is bicycle-friendly and even has a skating rink! This park is another extraordinary place for catching a breathtaking view of Manhattan. You’ll feel like you are in another world.
2. Chelsea Market
If you want to eat good (and I mean reeeal good), Chelsea Market is the place to be. It features a wide array of dining options along with shops for tiny, pretty things you may want to collect. My personal favorite restaurant was Los Tacos (featured above). Those tacos truly changed my life from the first bite.
1. Hudson Yards
What better place to splurge than at one of the most elegant spots in NYC, featuring plenty of name-brand companies to explore? I did spend a little more than I expected coming here, but I was far from disappointed with my purchases. This place is your one chance to revamp your wardrobe. And remember, no sales tax on clothes!