Upper East Side

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new-york-streets2 One of the districts that most girls want to visit when they’re in New York, due to e.g. movies and series (GOSSIP GIRL!!), is the Upper East Side. My mom suggested us to visit a great cake boutique called ‘Lady M’. It’s worldwide famous for its ‘Mille Crêpes’ cake, which features twenty paper-thin crêpes layered with light pastry cream. Therefore, my dad and I felt the urge to go there, to taste it. We picked the Citron Mille Crêpes and their signature Mille Crêpes. I found it quite hard to pick something, since there was so much to choose of. Personally, I liked the citron one more, as it tasted cheesecake a-like – I’m a huge cheesecake lover, which, however, is a bit unfortunate for my body – and was less creamy, as I don’t like creamy food. I would highly recommend you to go there, if you like cake and/or pastries.

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The Boathouse

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the-boathouse2 the-boathouse1The second day was a lot sunnier, which isn’t that hard really, compared to the day before. We started off our day by drinking some coffee at Starbucks. Afterwards, we visited Grand Central, The Metropolitan Museum of Art and went to Central Park. I really liked being there as it was less noisy and it’s quite amusing to watch people running or cycling and kids playing around. The museum was great as well. It’s extremely big, so it’d take ages to look at everything that’s inside, but Grand Central was one big disappointment in my eyes though. It’s very touristic and there’s just not very much to do. Just before I left home, some friends emailed me tips and suggestions on what to do and what not to in New York. One of them was to visit the Boathouse, so my dad and I searched for that restaurant and it was absolutely worth it.
Take a second look at the photos above, doesn’t it look wonderful to you?

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