Karmen Chiu 5/14/18
36 hours World Trade Center Neighborhood
Friday 2 P.M:
One World Observatory, SkyPod Elevators travel 23mph to 102nd fl. In 47 sec.One Dine and One Mix.
Friday 5 P.M:
Volez, Voguez, Voyagez- Louis Vuitton exhibition tour. Learn about the history of the brand. Receive a pin at the end of the tour.
Friday 7 P.M:
The Oculus serves as a connection between NJ’s PATH trains and NYC’s subway. This structure is now one of NYC’s most popular attraction site and mall for international tourists to shop at.
Friday 9 P.M:
Founded in 2004, Wolfgang’s Steakhouse is widely known for the quality of steak they serve. The restaurant has expanded into 11 locations throughout the US and parts of Asia.
Saturday 10 A.M:
Breakfast at BlueStone Lane —- 30 Broad Street, NY (Opens at 8 am)
This Australian style Coffee shop serves up one of the best avocado toasts you’ll ever try. Not to mention a great place to have your coffee fix before starting your day in the City
Saturday 12:30 P.M:
Brookfield Center — 250 Vesey St 26th New York, NY 10281
This is a High-end Retail Mall Over-looking the Hudson River. Brookfield is home to 40 stores from Burberry to Tory Burch. At the center of Brookfield are large marble steps.
Saturday 2:00 P.M:
Brookfield also has a large dining area, with over 20 places to choose from.
Places such as Umami Burger, Dig Inn, Parm, and so much more. Hudson Eats is located here, a French-style marketplace with eateries created by 14 Chefs. With so many choices you’re bound to find something to enjoy.
Saturday 3 P.M:
A Walk along Battery Park its 25 acres and it is located on downtown Manhattan, right against the Hudson River. It has a lot of views to offer for tourists, for example, stunning views from The Statue Of Liberty, The One World Trade Center Tower, and you can see the New Jersey Skyline across the river
Saturday 5: P.M:
Visit the 9/11 Memorial it’s free of charge and open to the public daily from 7:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. It is on The World Trade Center site. The memorial is a tribute to the past. The names of those you lost their lives during the attacks, their names are engraved on the stone.
7: P.M: Visit the 9/11 museum, the museum tells you a story about what happened during the attacks through digital pictures, artifacts found when they were recovering the site and the aftermath of it all.
Saturday 9 P.M:
Visit PIER A, after all of the walking Pier A is right on the river and it has a nautical present to it, you can get something to eat or a drink on a Saturday night. For fine dining Pier A has an upstairs for brunch, dinner and host private events.
Sunday 11 A.M:
Trinity Church: Mass, Oldest stained glass, a national landmark and Alexander Hamilton’s grave site.
George’s Restaurant: Big portion plates, diner-style meals with a variety of options. Weekend Brunch menus always change