The second day was full of sunlight and heat. Great time to enjoy Central Park and take some pictures from the Reservoir.
I needed to see the Met (The Metropolitan Museum of Art) this time and the architecture of this building is just impressive.
Then we went back in the Central park to enjoy a bit more of a green space and see the Bethesda Fountain:
After getting out the Central park, continuing on the Fifth avenue seemed like the best idea as the St. Patrick’s Cathedral was near.
And Time square was our next stop before heading to the Grand Central Station. The contrast between the Central park’s quietness and Time square’s business was unreal but I liked that a lot.
We finally got to the Grand Central Terminal and enjoyed the light from the outside coming in. This building is magnificent.
We enjoyed a ride on the tramway to Roosevelt Island. It was fun and kind of a relaxing time. We were able to see a bit of Manhattan from there.
Summer in NYC is just forcing you to drink water every two hours just to make sure you’re alright but sometimes you need a brain freeze to fight the heat. Kidding! Not keen on the brain freeze but the XL Slurpee was welcome for sure.
For dinner we got the chance to be next to Wahlburgers and I have to say that it was a blast. I mean it was very enjoyable.