From the 81st Street Station, I used the orange line going to Broadway-Lafayette Street and transferred to the green line to the Brooklyn Bridge Station. I got out of the station and crossed the street to start my walking tour of the Brooklyn Bridge. Before I started my long walk, I checked out some of the stalls at the foot of the bridge. There were stalls for souvenirs, water and food. I decided to buy water since it was still hot and the bridge was long.
The Bridge is a famous landmark connecting Manhattan and Brooklyn. It is 1.3 miles long with a unique stone, steel cables and granite towers design. It is one of the oldest bridges in the United States.
The longest suspension bridge is also a walkable bridge and for bicycles. Underneath is a road bridge for the cars overlooking the East River. It was a long walked so I stayed for a while in the middle and also appreciated the spot with the history of the bridge.
On the other side, there’s a view of Manhattan Bridge.
The Statue of Liberty can be from afar from the Governor’s Island and the East River.
After crossing the bridge, I was already in Brooklyn Borough. I looked for the High Street – Brooklyn Bridge Station to ride a train going back to the World Trade Center again. I enjoyed the food stalls in the Two World Trade Center with so many people on a Friday night.
China Town and Little Italy
From World Trade Center I went to Canal St. Station and visited China Town to check the stores and place. After some time walking, I found the street going to Little Italy and decided to change the course. There were so many Italian restaurants and so many European tourists enjoying Italian food. I walked around the area and found Bleecker Street Station to ride a subway.
King Dragon’s Chinese food
After so much walking for the day, I found myself so hungry that night when I went home. And I was craving for rice, I went to the Chinese restaurant in the corner of 105th and 4th Avenue and order Chinese food and enjoyed it at the apartment. Chinese take out food are also famous in the USA.
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