May 30, 2016, today is the day we say goodbye to DC, and say hello to New York. Once again everyone woke up early in the morning like 4 a.m. because we need to get to Union Station before 6:15 a.m. to take a four hours’ bus ride to New York. We all took a taxi to Union Station and I got Dunkin Doughnut for breakfast (only shop that is open). When I got on the bus I felt a sleep right away. Once we all arrived to New York, I was so excited, however, the weather is little bit different then DC, is a bit colder. We walk to our hotel, check in the room, drop off our luggage, and left the hotel. When to the metro station and get our seven – day metro card for thirty – one dollar, I agree is expensive. So we took the metro to Grant station (where is Chinatown) and we have lunch there. I call a porridge and it tasted super good, literally every bit with yummy sound after. I don't know I am really hungry, but defiantly tasty. After a delicious lunch, we took tour call “Now and Then”. This tour talks about the changes in the neighborhood. The tenement is a type of housing that originally design for one family, but now there are more than one families in this rooms, which this typical type of housing is pretty similar to San Francisco single room occupancy. Many place around the neighborhood have a lot of good stories behind each changes. Is really interesting to learn the “now and then” in the neighborhood. Right after we finish our tour, we all crash into one of the ice-cream store (Minus Celsius) and got ourselves some roll ice-cram (its tasted awesome), before we move on to our next location. Before we head to the highline, we make quick stop at Hudson River Park to rest and take some picture. After that, we all walk up to the highline. From there we took the bus back to metro and head back to Grand street for our dinner hot pot. We eat a lot we spend about two hours to eat and finally we all head back to our hotel and rest.