New York City – Night Views
Truly, New York City is the city that never sleeps. In my two-week stay in the city, I was out there on the street until 4:30 A.M and people were going and moving everywhere. Except, of course, during the eve when Hurricane Irene smashed the city with a flood, early heavy downpour, and strong winds.
This is New York way after sunset.
When the lights start flickering, the city’s landscape gets better.
And then it becomes a different world you know during the day.
The lights are blinding, and mesmerizing!
Everything comes alive and you could see the farthest parts of the Big Apple.
The skyscrapers reveal their true beauty.
And suddenly, some buildings you don’t notice during the day become fabulous at night!
Where to see all of this? Be on top of the Rockefeller Center!
Related post: More things to see/do in NYC.
Saving Tip in NYC
I’ve got one to say – buy a CityPass. It really helped me save money the first time I was there. And while you’re here, don’t forget to visit the 911 Memorial Museum – it’s just a few steps from here.