It’s something so rare that it’s more like walking through a fairytale with horses, castles, row boat rides, soft music playing in the background, great lawns, and a zoo. In a city thats filled with concrete and metal and glass as tall as the eye can see, out pops this amazing green park and its just breathtaking. After our day at Central Park, we headed back to our hotel to get ready for dinner and some NYC nightlife. First, drinks at Rare View Bar, a rooftop bar on the 16th floor with great views of the Chrysler building and the rest of the city skyline. Then, Dinner reservations were at a Mexican restaurant, welll known and recommended to us, called Dos Caminos. The guacomole and fried cheese starters were outta this world and our entrees even better! After some tequila and a few margaritas our night was complete, and we headed back to get a good sleep for the day ahead.
subway, the easiest way to get to the Bronx, and since we were going to see a Yankees game thats where we were headed! We took the train at 86th, about 15 min to the Bronx, Yankee Stadium, the new stadium was an awesome sight. Our seats were perfect, the day was hot and sunny and the footlongs were hot and tasty. After the game we headed back on the train to Manhattan, said goodbye to our friends and went to be touristy in Times Square. It’s everything that you see in movies, nothing added, its skyscrapers and huge digital screens, people everywhere! After all the hustle and bustle of Yankee Stadium, the subway and Times Square it was time to head back to the hotel to relax before dinner. Once again we choose another rooftop bar, called 230 Fifth, on the 20th floor the view of the Empire State Building was dead on, quite the sight and
worth every penny of our overpriced cocktails. We had a late reservation at a known steak house, BLT Prime, so we enjoyed our perfect view and then grabbed a taxi to head over to dinner. All the appetizers we ordered were delicious, but the popover bread basket was melt in your mouth amazing.
few hours left before we had to head out of town so we decided to go back to what we found to be our favorite spot in the city, Central Park. Laid around in the park, people watched and just took it all in.