New York is Always a Good Idea

//New York is Always a Good Idea

My second day in New York was one of the busiest, I woke up, brushed my teeth, put my morning cream and makeup routine, got dressed and went outside for coffee and breakfast.

First up was going to visit the 9/11 memorial museum located in the World Trade Centre District. The museum commemorates the fall of the two biggest towers in the city and the death of a thousand people on September 11, 2001. It was pretty crazy going to this museum knowing it happened right where you are standing. When we got to the place, the only thing that was there was two huge square shaped holes with water all around just like you can see in the picture below. Around the squares, hundreds and thousands of names were engraved in the stones. Everyone was putting flowers where they could and just staring at the blank there was all around them. It was quite a hard visit but very worth visiting since it’s so important to know about the biggest terror attack that occurred in America.

After the emotional experience at the museum, we walked into the Wall Street District and found Chipotle at a corner, I couldn’t resist getting the chicken bowl with guac, rice, beans and tomatoes; SO GOOD plus they don’t have it in Montreal. We then just strolled around the city, getting into cabs and visiting new and cool places we’ve never seen before!

And for my outfit details in the beautiful city, I wore black jeans that I cut at the knees myself, with a white simple shirt and a plaid thin jacket. Without the accessories I added, the outfit would have been kept super simple. I put on my Ray ban sunglasses, black hat, Celine mini bag, black Birkenstock and a cool but big necklace from Zara with black and grey details. It was the perfect fit for a second day in New York City.


2016-10-28T01:39:48+00:00 August 7th, 2016|New York|0 Comments

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  1. snowtoseas August 7, 2016 at 9:56 am - Reply

    Looks like you’re having an amazing time in New York. Despite living just north of the New York State border for 23 years before moving abroad, I never visited NYC. I absolutely know I have to, and your blog is giving great ideas about what to see! Thanks!

  2. unmotivatedenthusiast August 7, 2016 at 12:55 pm - Reply

    As someone wi h family in NYC I have to say I’m jealous they get to experience the city on a daily basis!

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