NEW YORK | Day 12 | Fifth Avenue

IMG_4109On day 12 I decided to walk Fifth Avenue and obviously do some shopping!IMG_4114Decided to take a different train from Brooklyn that day and I got to see some new places I hadn’t been before :)IMG_4119Lovely Manhattan.IMG_4135So it was quite scary to actually go inside these stores because the people who work there pretty much stare you down until you run away crying. Haha, no I’m just kidding, it was not that bad, but they sure as hell kept an eye on you at all times. Not so strange if you think of the expensive stuff they have to keep safe.IMG_4137 IMG_4139I even managed to take a quick selfie in the Chanel store.IMG_4149 IMG_4152 IMG_4154 IMG_4155This chocolate shop was called Godiva. OH, MY, GOODNESS. Those chocolates <3 They look so delicious and I’m sure they are. Unfortunately everything was so expensive that I could only afford a “Trufflelata”.IMG_4157This tasted so bloody amazing. It’s like a cold hot chocolate, but even better. It just tastes of pure chocolate. AH MA ZING.IMG_4175 IMG_4180 IMG_4186I really enjoyed shopping in Sephora. The people are soooo nice and always willing to help.Β IMG_4190 IMG_4192Of course, a little appreciation for Chipotle. If there’s anything I miss about the food in America it’s the burritos. People in Holland who haven’t ever had a decent burrito don’t even KNOW what it’s like, because we have no good Mexican food here. Such a shame!!! I LOVE burritos, they’re seriously my favorite food ever and the first thing I’ll eat when I go back to America. (Which hopefully will be soon, but yeah you know you need money for that and all… )IMG_4202God, I love New York. I miss it sooo so so much.IMG_4206I literally stayed in the city the whole day until night, because the shops were open until about 9 or 10 pm. One of my favorite shops that I’ve discovered there is Anthropologie. They have some amazing things there. It’s not just clothing, but all kinds of stuff like for you home and books like you can see here. Very expensive though. I didn’t buy anything there, but I’d love to go back when I’m rich!! (lol, assuming that I’ll ever be)

NEW YORK | Day 11 | Brooklyn & Times Square at night

IMG_3952Day 11: I went to “Smorgasburg”, the Brooklyn food flea market, with some of my roommates from the apartment. It was sooo cool, they had the most amazing foods from all over the world and I had an amazing ice cream sandwich, but unfortunately didn’t take any pics of it.IMG_3954Lovely view at ManhattanΒ IMG_3956 IMG_3958With Marina :)IMG_3968In the evening I went to Prospect Park with Pierre, because there was some kind of music thing going on which I thought might be fun. Can’t really remember what it was called..IMG_3973We only ended up staying there for I think about half an hour or something and then decided to go do something a little more exciting.IMG_4024IMG_4012We went to Times Square and Oh my god it was so much more amazing at night than the time I’d seen it during the day. WOW. Quite overwhelming. Soooo many lights and so many people.IMG_4037 IMG_4058 IMG_4072New York at night is bloody amazing. There’s nothing like it.IMG_4073We walked all the way over to the Empire State Building. So beautiful.IMG_4080 IMG_4083Victoria’s Secret! <3 This store was so amazing. It was already closed at this point, but I went back later of course.