New York: Spyscape Museum, Bowery Poetry Open Mic Night, NYC Public Library, MoMA, Fashion Week and Central Park

Spyscape Museum

A whole museum dedicated to espionage, I was super excited. Upon entry, I was given a chip with my personal details in bracket form so I could partake in activities throughout the museum to build my own spy profile. Measuring my level of risk and problem-solving abilities. I was impressed by the amount of information in this museum and how current and unbiased the content was. Concessions for FBI and CIA agents!

Bowery Poetry Open Mic Night

An open space for self-expression, poets who stepped up to the mic exposed their souls reciting their innermost feelings about personal experiences. A place to express pain and grow. Everyone was welcome. Highly recommend if you are a fan of spoken word.

The New York Public Library

The New York Public Library was full of beautiful reading rooms. Classified a national landmark, it has a huge collection of 53 million items. I was lucky enough to catch the real Winnie the Pooh exhibition.

Museum of Modern Art – MoMA

Extremely popular was the MoMA New York, a lot of contemporary art which isn’t for everyone but I enjoyed trying to work out some of the concepts.

New York Fashion Week

Swamped by paparazzi whilst walking through Walls street as models came out out the luxury Cipirani hotel. This felt like an authentic New York experience by chance. You never know what you are going to walk into on the streets of New York.

Central Park

I took the 1.5 mile walk around the scenic central park site of many famous film and TV shoots. It was a cold but beautiful day. At the entrance to the part is Trump Towers, there were two ice rinks in the park sponsored by Trump.

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