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Friday, June 8, 2012

LEGO Store @ Rockefeller

Before the age of iPhone and Android smartphones, kids used to play with something called toys. One of the most well known and popular toy brand is LEGO. These colored blocks prompt kids to construct, to create (to a certain degree that is) and to t-h-i-n-k.

Whether you grew up playing LEGO or not, check out this store at where 5th Ave and 50th Street of New York City meets. This mini-playground of LEGO at the Rockefeller square showcased the current range of LEGO. There is also a creative corner where you can mix-and-match to build your favorite LEGO objects or characters.

Sunday, June 3, 2012

Time Square and Theater Tickets

New York City's Time Square requires little introduction. It is one of the most filmed or photographed street corner in the world. The area is filled with billboards and giant television screens, making Time Square one of the most vibrant zones in New York.

Within walking distance from Time Square is, Broadway, the world famous theater district. Shows are on everyday all year round. However, if you are after a particular show, you should check the schedule before hand. 

Friday, June 1, 2012

Brooklyn Bridge @ NYC

Completed in 1883, the Brooklyn Bridge has been serving Manhattan and Brooklyn districts of New York City for over a decade. It is one of the oldest suspension bridges in the United States.

Nowadays, almost every 'landmark' bridge in the world claims that it is unique in some way. The longest, the oldest, the widest of such and such type in this and that region. It is rare to find a bridge as prestige as the Brooklyn Bridge.