Okay, so I dont know how to exactly go about my next few blog posts since my experience over in the East Coast was overwhelming with a trillion pictures and a lot of things to tell you guys. I think I'll start with a little background of our trip, then.
-So we were going to visit the East Coast, namely New York, Washington D.C, and Florida. We didnt have any relatives in the places mentioned above so this was really a solo flight for us. We didnt use a travel agent either so everything was all up to us. From the booking of tickets, to planning our itinerary, etc.
- Mom couldnt come because of her work so it was only me, my sister, and my dad.
- I thought that the weather over in New York was going to be warm so most (if not all) of the clothes I had with me were summer clothes. I ended up freezing to death.
- I wasnt allowed to bring high heels by my dad (I'm never allowed to wear heels when he's around) since it was always crunch time for us. Endless walking and maybe a little running. Thus, I do not have much outfit pictures. (I know right.. of all places to not be fashionable, it had to be in New York!!)
So, without further ado, here are the photos from our first day in New York :)
What I Wore: Pink tee, ripped jeans, hat, and emerald bag all from Forever21, New Look boots, Topshop plaid top.
My sister was super cute with her get-up as well and I thought she deserved an appearance here.
So the plan was to just go around the areas near our hotel after arriving from the airport but since for some reason we ended up in the entrance of the Empire State Building, we decided that we'll start touring around already. Obviously, the empire state was the first on our list.
If it was already so cold on flat ground, what more on top of an 80++ story high building? Well, thats what we experienced on top of the Empire State Building. Unimaginably cold with the terribly strong wind piercing our skin. Crazy, but it was an enjoyable experience as well seeing everyone trying to survive the wind outside and experiencing it first hand.