Cool Places in Manhattan


By: Hayley

As many of you know, I have recently moved to New York for college! I had no classes on Labor Day, so my friend Maicy and I took the opportunity to travel to Manhattan for the day! After $7.50 spent and a 15 minute train ride, I was there! Here are a few of the amazing places I visited and loved.

 // Grand Central Station //

For as many times as I have been to NYC, this was actually my first time at Grand Central Station. It was truly amazing, and nothing that any picture could capture. Grand Central Station is an ideal place to eat, people watch, or simply enjoy some of the hustle and bustle of the city.

 // Magnolia Bakery //

I had only heard of this bakery recently, and all I can say is wow! They have reasonable prices and truly delicious options, and a few locations throughout the city. Their vanilla bean cheesecake was fantastic!

 // Greenwich Village //

The Village is such a cool place to see at least once! The buildings are beautiful and the vibe from the people there is one of a kind. Also home to a cute little restaurant called Rosemary’s Café, perfect for a brunch date!

 // Soho //

Another cool area to see! Beautiful brick buildings with ivy snaking up the sides and fire escapes, and also tons of cool shops and restaurants. Definitely another place worth seeing at least once. 

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