I am the lead on this very special day. I do not perform very well as a GPS. I was so confused with all the routes and directions. Luckily, everyone in my group has a better GPS App in their phones. We made it to our first stop! The Transit Museum is truly an extraordinary place that documents the entire history of NY’s metro system. Again, I took a lot of pictures there. One thing I really love about NY’s metro is its advertisement on the subway. Please, someone should go study these advertising comics, they are so educational and entertaining at the same time!
During our lunch break, I tried Shake Shack for the very first time. Even though I am not a big fan of hamburgers, but I have to say Shake Shack is the one to go. After the short break, we quickly got onto the metro and heading to our next destination --- Flushing, one of the Chinatowns in NY. If you are a foodie, you have to go try the Shanghai Dumplings there! Don’t ask me what is the name of the restaurant because I do not remember any names. Ask Yelp! I wish we could stay a little longer in Flushing because there are tons of great food there. Ooops, I just revealed my foodie side. Like running a marathon, we quickly made it to Grand Central Station. Don’t go there alone because you will get lost or feel like getting lost. The architectural style is quite astonishing there. After a short stay at the Grand Central, we took the metro to Time Square. When I got to Time Square, I didn’t know that we are actually in Time Square. You might ask, so what is Time Square? That was exactly my question. Time Square is the hub with giant billboards, neon bright lively colors, and many, many places to shop! I totally forgot where we went in Time Square because 80% of the time we were trying to go somewhere but we did not know where we were heading. I really think that I need a better GPS App. If you know any, please recommend them to me.