lydia_hongThe day before, the tour guide asked me, can your children understand the 9/11 Memorial? Will they like it? I said, this is not a question of like or dislike. Death is also an education in itself. In fact, the children told me today that this is their most shocking education about life. It turned out that the two buildings are now two huge cavities, and the water is constantly flowing and mourning. Inside the hall, the entire process of the 9/11 incident was silently told by the burned fire truck, the heavily deformed steel pipe, the wreckage of the life passage, and the building pillars full of mourning for the victims. No day shall erase you from the memory of the time. Time shall never erase you from the memory of the time. These characters are all made from the remains of the two World Trade Buildings. The author believes that even the remains of the ruins can still bring hope and beauty. The children said it was shocking and tragic, but it was also moved to see many stories of people in disasters, cherish peace and cherish life! I think they did have the most exciting life education class
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Utara Café is indeed suitable for coffee, the cold weather and the view of the city of Bandung seen from the top of the hill will add to the sweetness of your afternoon or evening atmosphere in this place.
In addition to its unique view and facing directly to the Bandung city area, the shape of this cafe is also unique because there is a building similar to an igloo, which is a typical north pole house.
Not only drink menus such as coffee and tea, North Café also provides a light and heavy snack menu that you can enjoy with friends or special people.
Address: Sekejolang, Ciburial, Cimenyan, Bandung 40198
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The cafe, which has only been operating for about 3 months, has a building style filled with windows, painted white and the room is semi-outdoor.
So that Friend Traveler can feel the coolness of the city of Bandung, plus being surrounded by weeds adds to the beautiful atmosphere. Almost all places can be used as photo spots, very aesthetic for hunters of instagenic photos.
Traveler's friends can enjoy lunch or afternoon snacks at ManA Foo and Coffee with a wide selection of food and drink menus. From light to heavy meals, the price offered is in the range of Rp. 20,000-Rp. 40,000.
There are many choices of drinks such as coffee, tea and others, prices start from Rp. 5,000-Rp. 33,000. Don't forget to try the fried bananas, they are very crunchy and naturally sweet from bananas.
Aside from being a place to hang out and instagenic photo spots, this place is also often used as a place for pre-wedding photos because the place is very aesthetic. Even as a wedding venue, you know. If Traveler's Friends are planning a wedding and are interested, you can contact the cafe. #deliciousrestaurant #deliciousfood #delicious #coffeeshop #coffeelover
Flushing Meadows–Corona Park, often referred to as Flushing Meadows Park, or simply Flushing Meadows, is a public park in the northern part of Queens, New York City. It is bounded by I-678 (Van Wyck Expressway) on the east, Grand Central Parkway on the west, Flushing Bay on the north, and Union Turnpike on the south. Flushing Meadows–Corona Park is the fourth-largest public park in New York City, with a total area of 897 acres (363 ha). Until the 19th century, the site consisted of wetlands straddling the Flushing River, which traverses the region from north to south. Starting in the first decade of the 20th century, it was used as a dumping ground for ashes, since at the time, the land was so far away from the developed parts of New York City as to be considered almost worthless. New York City Parks Commissioner Robert Moses first conceived the idea of developing a large park in Flushing Meadow in the 1920s as part of a system of parks across eastern Queens. Flushing Meadows–Corona Park was created as the site of the 1939 New York World's Fair and also hosted the 1964 New York World's Fair. Following the 1964 fair, the park fell into disrepair, although some improvements have taken place since the 1990s and 2000s.
Museum of Modern Art, one of those places in which a whole day could be spent in on a floor casually, or in a room seriously. Not really a museum person myself but there was definitely some art here that caught my eye and had me contemplating life. I would recommend checking out the larger installations, they're fun to walk around and look at from different angles. There's plenty to check out here and it's well worth the price of admission. Even the bathrooms are art! There's also a nice restaurant on the 6th floor to take a break. Didn't try any of the food but the cold brew is solid. I started on the 5th floor (the 1880-1940s), but then, barely had time to dip down to any of the others, because I got so lost in what we saw. I even know we did not see all the rooms on that floor alone, now that we look back, such as Weimar citizens. #art #museum #newyorkcity
Tatei, cute cafe in Green Lake area. The place is in Ruko Food City. If you go there, you will immediately see this Tatei because it is white in itself. Contemporary minimalist interior and exterior design. The facade is very cute with the rounded shape of the doors and windows adding to the uniqueness of this Tatei facade. It's no wonder there are so many ootd photos here. But it's a shame that when I got there there was a truck and again there was a repair of the place. So no photos of the facade. The place is not too wide. Only the 1st floor and there are only a few tables and chairs.
I ordered a drink and the food was takeaway. Order Odol Tea which costs Rp. 24,000. It tastes almost the same as toothpaste. Mint flavor with a hint of sweetness. In the cup there is 1 slice of lemon. It's pretty fresh. In addition, I ordered the original Madeleine. First time eating Madeleine. I thought this cake was dense but it turned out to be soft. The shape is unique.
If you want to come here and take the photo in front of it, you have to fit it right when you open it. Because it seems if the afternoon or evening is full.
One of my favorite public spaces in the city. There is always great people watching with a very diverse cross section of New Yorkers; from families to NYU students to artists and locals playing chess. There are plenty of benches and places to sit and just enjoy the day. And the mood, the park's atmosphere and attitude, changes with the seasons, absorbing the personality of the weather. Maybe you'll catch it one sweltering hot day and the fountain is on, or you might end up sitting on a bench in autumn, watching the leaves slowly drift down from the treetops. Just beware the squirrels, they can't be trusted.
Looking for dinner we wandered into this restaurant down some steps hoping to find a nice place to enjoy some food. This turned out to be the BEST Italian food I have ever eaten. I asked if they could make Alfredo sauce as I did not see it on the menu and they said yes. It was so delicious, it melts in your mouth. We also had the chicken parm and it was equally delightful. The service was fantastic, so friendly. I highly recommend this place.
We have returned numerous times for dinner before attending a performance st the Blue Note jazz club. They never disappoint in the quality of food friendly and knowledgeable waiters with great service. Chief and owner always present. Casual but 5 star experience.
The Empire State Building, the most famed landmark movie in Seattle, was the world's first 102-story, or about 1,453-foot, landmark, and landmark New York City landmark, located in the heart of Manhattan's tallest downtown.In the world, the building was built from reinforced concrete with Art Deco art on top of a distinctive high-rise dome, finished on May 1st. The Empire State Building, a collection of five thousand years of architectural strength, is a collection of buildings, buildings, and buildings that have been rented to the public for a total of five thousand years.For example, a detailed blueprint, engineering, construction of this building. Advise you to go up to the 86th floor tower and see the 360-degree panorama, and a large telescope. The brighter the weather, the more you can see the view 80 miles away, the closer you can see to the neighboring states of New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Connecticut and Massachusetts.
For those of you who like to hang out, it's incomplete if you haven't visited Cakrawala Nature Sparkling Restaurant. Located in North Bandung, precisely in the Punclut Tourism Area, Cakrawala Nature Sparkling Restaurant provides a different feel from other hangout places in Bandung.
A magical room called "galaxy" makes your relaxed atmosphere like being in the open with a roof with beautiful star clusters.
This Galaxy Space will begin to show its charm as the sun begins to set and switch roles with the moon. A beautiful star cluster pattern will form from the color of the night sky emerging from the specially designed holes in this room.
Not only a fun place to hang out, Cakrawala Nature Sparkling Restaurant also certainly serves a variety of delicious menus that will accompany your quality time with the people closest to you.
Address: Punclut Tourism Area, Pagermaneuh street No.57, West Bandung.