On many occasions, a lot of people told me that you never felt the season of Spring in New York City. Instead, in March a few days of true spring dawned. For this reason, after a long week of hardworking, a group of friends and I decided to spend the Saturday to know more deeply Brooklyn in a different way.
Firstly, we headed to the Pier located on 34th Street along the East River to pick up the ferry in order to discover a new view of Manhattan. The itinerary was absolutely wonderful having the opportunity of observing from the UN building to the surprising Roosevelt monument that was built by the American architect L.I. Kahn. This entertaining trip ended at the Brooklyn Bridge stop from where we went, after visiting the building constructed by my host company S9 Architecture, 205 Water Street, to the Brooklyn Flea.
This market is located in an old building that was the Bank of Saving of Williamsburg. It is a really interesting place where a new use appropriates an old building. This situation seemed me absolutely inspiring, highlighting the safe bank in which you could find different ephemeral market stalls.
After this short pause in order to have lunch, we went to Williamsburg to finish in the Brooklyn Bowl where after enjoying a long chatting, we played a bowling game that was absolutely funny. Undoubtedly, the contrasts between Manhattan and Brooklyn are very large. I would like to recommend this funny itinerary to everyone because I think you will enjoy it as much as I do.