Let’s continue with our “touristic“ program. We got up very early again, had some breakfast, and made our way towards midtown.
Weather was lovely, about 25 degrees, a little bit windy but sky was clear. Our day started on the worlds famous Times Square. Last time we were here we had about 50 degrees less!
In addition to that, traffic was super calm. I’ve never experienced this city so quiet but I really enjoyed this atmosphere there. With no stress we started with shooting and filming.
After some time of amazement we continued walking in direction of Flatiron Building. From there we went up Fifth Avenue, passed the Empire State Building, the Rockefeller Center, Chrysler Building, and the Grand Central Station. When finished it was even 1 p.m. so we seized this day very useful already. As we arrived at Central Park, we made a quick workout and enjoyed the sun a little bit.
Around 3 p.m. we took the subway towards Lower East Side and made an outfit change. Of course you will also get to see this here on my blog. Richy had a short casting in a hotel on Wall Street and after that we had dinner in Little Italy. As culmination we visited the One World Observatory and enjoyed the sundown from the 100th floor. I know I know, a day could be much more boring. Even feeling like a tourist isn’t strange in this city.
Anyhow, for the first half of the day I wore: Sandals from Birkenstock, Jeans from Cheap Monday, striped T-Shirt from Farah, Hat from Brixton, Bag from Sandqvist, rings from Asos and Baldessarini.