New York Day 4

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Our first stop this day was Bibble & Sip, a really cute coffee and pastry shop that’s crazily obsessed with Llamas. Starting at 12PM, they also serve these amazing amazing cream puffs. We ordered a match green tea and then an earl grey flavored one. They were crunchy on the outside and creamily delicious on the inside. A must taste!

T h e   M e t r o p o l i t a n   M u s e u m

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E u r o p e a n   S c u l p t u r e   &   A r t s   E x h i b i t sIMG_1272IMG_1273

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This New York trip would not be complete with a visit to one of the largest and most beautiful museums in the country! There was a wide array of displays, from American art, to European Sculpture art, all the way to Medieval art. My favorite room in the museum was the Sackler Wing with huge windows, a wide fountain where people have been throwing coins inside, and a display of ruins and sculptures. The museum was so big we couldn’t walk through the entire place. We would have needed an entire day!

 

T h e   M e t r o   T r a i nIMG_1099The metro was extremely easy to use. Google maps has each route mapped out and it easy to follow. We bought the unlimited rides for 7 days ticket for $31, which ended up being totally worth the deal. The metro tunnels were filled with beautiful works of mosaic art all over the place as well. Everything was so creative and really reminded me of the Paris metro tunnels as well.

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We stopped by Korea town to eat at the Five Senses restaurant we had heard so much about! The restaurant filled up really quick and we felt so lucky to have been able to grab a seat when we did. I ordered the Dol Pan Kimchi Bokum Bap and my sister ordered the normal Bi Bim Bap. Both were delicious and pretty popular choices! Korea Town is actually extremely fun to walk around, with delicious little food stands and fun shops to walk around in! It’s a fun area to explore!

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