Fall season is coming, the weather is as changeable as a girl. Luckily we have a long weekend this week to enjoy last warm sunny days in NYC. I decided to spent my one day in the Brooklyn where is the land of literary and artistic inspiration from and enjoy there’s love stories remain to be told by the time.
My first stop was the lovely Jane’s Carousel, I heard it is one of the popular markers in Brooklyn which has a lovely antique story. I took the F train and got off on York St, then hung around to the Brooklyn Bridge Park and Empire Fulton Ferry, there is a beautiful carousel built in a crystal house.
We found the Jane’s Carousel was built in 1992 and was lovingly restored Jane and David Walentas, at the same time a famous architect named Jean Nouvel designed a gorgeous glass pavilion for this carousel which makes it looks a glamour place to collect our best childhood memories.If you want to take a joy ride on this beautiful carousel, it cost 2 dollar each time.
In the noon, I had the most popular American burger Shake Shack in Brooklyn as my lunch.
I was meaning to go to the wiliams burg and Bushwick(I insert each Self-Guided for Brooklyn Graffiti) to see the famous graffiti wall and best street arts in NYC that I also recommend for you to go, but we changed the plane and decided to walk through the Brooklyn Bridge when we saw the grand bridge overhead.
We spent a wonderful time on the bridge to enjoyed the great view of Net York city, I could see those cars under my foot, and many people rode a Citi Bike went by my side which is very interesting makes me want to try next time on the bridge.
We walked to the new Westfield World Trade Center as our final destination. The design and architecture just amazing! When you enter the mall, the wide field would surprise you though it’s only just a shopping mall! I felt happy I had a great fruitful day, if you haven’t been these places, go quickly!
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