Manhattan's Fifth Avenue is a shopper's lifeline and a famous destination, which attracts visitors daily from all over the world to shop till they drop. The whole street brings together numerous global luxury labels, boutiques, flagship stores and upscale department stores. Haute couture fashion, jewelry, electronics mixes with everything and anything you can think of, no matter how extravagant or exquisite. Day or night, the elaborate window displays shine bright. The boulevard also connects many of New York's famous attractions including the Empire State Building, Rockefeller Center and St. Patrick's Cathedral.
New York is a metropolis. Fifth Avenue is full of tall buildings, some even high to block the sun. I saw the famous Trump Building and Rockefeller Center Building. They are very magnificent. They are business cards on Fifth Avenue.
Fifth Avenue is a good street town. More than 100 years ago, such a concept of urban design is worth learning. Compared with the domestic price, it is quite cost-effective. There are many visitors, the room is not big, but it is clean, and there is free breakfast, free Wifi, with an average of $226 a night.
It's a busy street, several luxury stores, and the latest fashion outlet in the world.
Fifth Avenue is very long and runs through several streets. It is also famous because there are many luxury stores and specialty stores on the street. A short walk from Central Park leads to Fifth Avenue, the flagship Apple store on Fifth Avenue.
We went down Fifth Avenue to Central Station. The flagship stores on Fifth Avenue are beautifully decorated. The Tiffany store in Audrey Hepburn's "Breakfast at Tiffany" is located on Fifth Avenue.
Fifth Avenue and Broadway are probably among the most famous streets in the world. The best known is this Avenue store with all kinds of luxury brands. But even if there is no shopping plan, you can take a stroll on Fifth Avenue. The best part should be in midtown and uptown, and you can go downtown with good foot strength. Many scenic spots and historic buildings are also located on both sides of this avenue, such as Grand Central, Rockefeller and so on. They are not far from each other on foot.
The United Nations meets once a year in New York. New York City dispatches the most police, and Trump is also home on Fifth Avenue. He also attends the United Nations General Assembly. Traffic control on Fifth Avenue is in full swing. Some streets are closed directly and heavily guarded. Many roads separate the middle roads from the vehicles of United Nations officials and ambassadors. Pedestrians also have to bypass. Television reporters also have to go around. Live broadcasts reported that shopping on Fifth Avenue, basically from Sixth Avenue or Seventh Avenue, Madison Avenue around, exhausting people... With Category 5 hurricane landing in New York, I'm drunk, too.
Every shop on New York's Fifth Avenue is a museum (coach's dinosaur). The church on Fifth Avenue is like shopping mall, where lemon is the most beautiful place.
I don't know how to write this place. In many people's writings, this place is equivalent to Vanity Fair. All kinds of luxury brands come together. Rich people and celebrities gather in all walks of life. Walking casually, you will encounter a well-guarded, black bullet-proof glass car which opens the road and watches the lively stage. The interaction between celebrities and melon eaters in the fame and fortune arena is the main character of the fifth global drama, compared with the valuable goods in luxury stores on Fifth Avenue. It's very lively for you to sing and come on the stage for me, because the people who eat melons and the celebrities whom nobody knows are so well matched.
New Yorkers don't go to Fifth Avenue, just as Parisians don't go to Old Buddha, Londoners don't go to Harold, and Shanghai people don't go to Nanjing Road to go to Fifth Avenue... Hahaha... That's what it means!