Image by Daniel Pietzsch
140/365: The view from the Top of the Rock over Manhattan. On day 7 in New York, we first went on the Staten Island ferry – the free commuter boat between the southern tip of Manhattan and the car-free island. There were good views of Manhattan and The Statue to be had. We like! Via subway – as always – we went up to Chelsea. After lunch at the Chelsea Markets, we walked along the High Line, an abandoned elevated train track that’s repurposed as a pedestrian walkway with lots of green. It was a nice stroll with good views of the streets below and the architecture around. Around sunset, we went up to the Top of the Rock, the observation deck on the GE building of the Rockefeller Center. And what can I say: the views were simply stunning. For the evening, we went back to Greenwich village where we were entertained by another great ensemble called “The Kennedy Administration”. Crossposted from blog.danielpietzsch.com/post/119577999058/140-365-the-vie….