New York 6.18.2015

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What a city. NYC. 

Such a vast and large city, full of life at all times of the day. Are people not working, or are they all out in the park taking a break at all times of the day? It never looked like everyone was working in an office 24/7 as I expected. During my time in June, I was here for 3 days on the hunt for a job. But here's the catch, nobody would pay for my journey across America to get to NYC. So I took the Amtrek train across the country. I arrived late at night, but in one piece. I cheaply AirBNB'd my stay on someone's couch in East Village for $73/night, and spent overall around $450 for a trip to NYC. (Is there a cheaper way to visit NYC? *sweats*) 

My days were busy, but I had one full day to go out and be a full-out tourist. I moved fast and hardly had a moment to myself to check the photos! But next time, I hope to complete another trip on my agenda: Shopping in NYC. I oogled and pressed my sweating face against many of those store display windows in SOHO, (looking uncool in the process) admiring the merchandise from afar.

I loved every second of this city, perhaps one day, I'll be among those people working to make my world in this place.