NYC is amazing. There is never a lack of things to see and do. While I was there for four days, I figured that since millions of New Yorkers used the subway, I should learn how their system works. After a few minutes of conversation with one of New York's finest, I was ready to tackle my travels. I also put a lot of miles on my feet.
We checked into the Lexington Raddison at Lex and 48th, so we were only a few blocks north of Grand Central Station. What an amazing building! There are lots of fabulous architecture throughout the city, everywhere you look.
Some of the old.....
This one has a quilt painted on it!
My travel mate arrived and we hit the pavement. Our mission was to walk through Central Park and make our way up to MOMA. We took a road that went from east to west through the park. Unfortunately it did exactly that, it went right through. No trails off of it, so we had to back track once we reached the west side. I wanted to see the Carousel and when we got there it was closed for renovations. We can thank Donald Trump. He is funding the restoration of this part of Central Park. The doors were open but gated off.
The weather was clear and cold every day, but if you watched for the sunny side of the street and kept moving when it got windy, it wasn't too bad.