My last NYC blogpost and I am pleased to say: last but not least. You all know, I love writing about and showing you pictures of nice area's, hotspots, shops and restaurants but there are more things I did in New York while I was there. Ground Zero (9/11 memorial now) was an important place for me to visit. ofcourse for the obvious reasons but also because of someone I met in London during 9/11 who had his company on the 99th floor of the 2nd tower. He lost most of his employees that morning. He stayed in the hotel where I worked as an intern at the time and I helped him to listen to his grief and eventually helped him to rent a private jet to fly back to the US after 5 days as there wasn't an other option to get back for him. This is my most sad 9/11 story. It was impressive to visit the memorial but also a sort of peaceful place now. I know that sounds strange but that is how it felt for me. I am very happy I went there.
I don't know how to make the bridge to the best museum in town, but a museum is also a place where people come to together to experience something. We didn't want to miss out on the MoMA. MoMA is hot, MoMA understands this current world of social media, with a great app, of making photo's, it is a museum where everything is allowed and I like that! There was a beautiful Magritte exposition. On our last day we visited the Guggenheim. It was nothing like the first time I visited the Guggenheim and that was mainly because the ramps were closed. There were doing a small reburbishment. I am in love with this building and Kadinsky! This was NY through my eyes for now. I had such a great great time. I can't wait to come back!
Photo's by Femkeido