The Antonio Mostajo NYC GUIDE

As you guys know , I love to travel! and I specially like to take advantage of a long weekend and go to New York City , there is something in NYC air that makes me feel alive , it might be the fact that the city never sleeps , its glitzy glamour, people-packed streets and world-famous attractions, New York is the dream destination for a lot of people.

In the list below I’m gonna tell you my top 5 things to do in the lapse of 48 hours in the city that never sleeps.

Como se puden dar cuenta por mis redes sociales , yo amo viajar! me gusta aprovechar los fines de semana largos y escapar a new york city , hay algo en el aire de esta ciudad que siempre me hace sentir mas vivo que nunca , quizas sea por el glamour que tiene esta ciudad , las calles llenas de gente y movimiento o las atracciones famosas a nivel mundial , New york es en definitiva la destinacion de ensueno para muchos.

en la lista de abajo te dejo mis 5 cosas favoritas para hacer en esta ciudad en el lapso de 48 horas!

  1. Walk around the streets of SoHo

SoHo is a diverse neighborhood in the borough of Manhattan in New York, bounded roughly by Houston St to the north, Lafayette St to the east, Canal St to the south, and the Hudson River to the west. If you like window shopping ( or if you are lucky enough to buy it ) go around the streets of this neighborhood and you will find a lot of luxury stores like Chanel , Yves saint Laurent , Alexander Wang and so much more!

SoHo es un vecindario de nueva york donde puedes encontrar diferentes atracciones y es un vecindario muy creativo , si te gusta hacer shopping y ver vitrinas de lujo te recomiendo este lugar!

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2. Top of the rock

This is definitely one of the most beautiful places I have ever seen! the staff is super-friendly and the panoramic views are incredible, especially from the 70th floor (the very top). Whether you go during the holidays or at another time of year, the Top of the Rock is a memorable experience for visitors of all ages.

Este es en definitiva uno de mis lugares favoritos de nueva york! la atencion del personal es muy buena y las vistas son increibles!! no importa la epoca en la cual visites esta ciudad , este es el lugar donde no puedes faltar.

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3. The highline

The High Line is a public park built on a historic freight rail line elevated above the streets on Manhattan’s West Side. If you are looking for tourist attractions and you are on a budget this is definitely the place to go! plus is such an Instagram worthy place you need to go!

El parque High line esta construido a partir de una estacion de trenes abandonada , si quieres ver otra faceta de nueva york y no quieres gastar mucho , este es uno de los lugares a los que debes ir!! ademas es un lugar hermoso para sacarte tus fotos de instagram 🙂

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4. Walk around the city and enjoy the New Yorker lifestyle!

If you wanna have a different NYC experience you definitely need to avoid the touristic places like times square or central park and just take the metro and visit different stops and neighborhoods , you might find local coffee shops , thrift stores , art galleries and flea markets . You will also find street art all over the city if you are a street style picture addict!

Si quieres tener una experiencia diferente sobre la ciudad , te aconsejo que dejes de ir a los lugares turisticos comunes , como times square o central park y te aventures a ir a lugares inusuales de la ciudad , lo que yo hago es agarrar la metro y simplemente bajarme en estaciones que no conozco , es un buen tip para encontrar cafes locales , tiendas de segunda mano y galerias de arte! ademas encontraras street art para sacar fotos increibles!

 

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5. Enjoy an authentic Asian meal at Chinatown!

if you love Chinese food and food in general like me! you cant miss the lunch time at Chinatown , New York City’s Chinatown, the largest Chinatown in the United States—and the site of the largest concentration of Chinese in the western hemisphere—is located on the lower east side of Manhattan. Its two square miles are loosely bounded by Kenmore and Delancey streets on the north, East and Worth streets on the south, Allen street on the east, and Broadway on the west.

Por ultimo , si te encanta la comida tanto como a mi , no puedes irte de nueva york sin tener un almuerzo en chinatown! la comida es riquisima y la atmosfera de este vecindario te transportara a otro mundo!
Espero que hayas disfrutado este post tanto como yo disfrute escribirlo!

I hope you enjoyed the post as much as i enjoyed writing it!

Love

The Antonio Mostajo

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