On the fifth day we went to the transit museum where we learned about the history of the makings of the underground. While we were there, we saw how the metro system have changed and improved overtime by the use of newer technology. After this self-tour, we ate breakfast at Shake Shack. After eating at Shake Shack, we went towards the Brooklyn Bridge to take a look because we were pretty close by. After looking at the Brooklyn Bridge we went to Flushing which was another Chinatown neighborhood. First impression of this place was, wow it has a lot of people similar to the Chinatown in San Francisco. To me this again seems like a Downtown but for a different reason instead of complete gentrification it seems like the Downtown was populated by Asians. We went to the mall and ate in the food court. After going to flushing we took the metro back to grand central where we went to Times Square and walked around. We first went to the Disney Store then the M&M store and then the Hershey’s Store which had the biggest Hershey Bar in the World, which was bigger than me. After this we decided to eat dinner at a Korean Restaurant called Five Cents. After eating dinner we went to buy breakfast for tomorrow at Paris Baguette.