A trip to New York City without taking the Metro seems literally impossible. This vehicle is part of the city as much as the countless bright yellow taxis.
In 1904 the metro was taken the first time, the network was expanded constantly and steadily and therefore results in the chaotic route plan. The plan seemed to be disorganized at the first glance, but you reach any destination in the city without any problems in only a short time period, without waiting too long.
Therefore, I would say, the metro is part of a sightseeing tour, just as much as a walk through the Central Park or the Park Avenue. Almost every day I started my city tour at the famous 5th Avenue.
Expensive shops and much more valuable apartments lined up here with skyscrapers and coffee shops. The 5th Avenue starts in Washington Square Park at 6th Street and goes up 146th street.
This station is also the place where the photos of this outfit were taken. For this day I decided to wear my favorite, burgundy colored jacket with rosegold zipper and dip dye shirt. When somebody would ask me if it feels good to be here, my answer is No. It’s loud, in the summer hot and crowded all the time.
But I must say the story behind this location is fascinating. There are many tile-covered walls and images of animals, such as a polar bear family, which makes this location beautiful and charming.
pictures by: Jill Noll
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