The Vessel

I did not wanted my NYC trip to be a cliche’! Which is to visit Times Square, see the Brooklyn Bridge, and visit Statue of Liberty. They are what NY stands for; but I want to see lots of places which are newer and less heard of. I had always wanted to vist Soho area;so we decided to do a little but of that, and I got a glimpse of it! We walked alot…Soho was cute, and we knew there was more to it and this weekend trip isn’t gonna cut it! So its “until next time for Soho”. As we proceeded to lunch and were discussing what to do next. A lady sitting with her daughter next to our table advised us to visit Hudson Yards and “the Vessel”. One of my friend had heard of it and with the quick google search, we made up our mind to go there. We had our cars with us that day and had to pass through the midtown. The traffic we encountered and of course to find ‘a street parking’ was an achievement for us. As we arrived we were quickly got a glimps of the structure. Nestled between the skyscrapers of Hudson Yards area, it’s the most intricately designed building, which is also considered as a piece of art. Facing the Hudson River, it consists of 154 flight of stairs which are connected with each other with the help of a honeycomb structure. The whole building is shaped like a Vessel. We reached there in the evening and by the time we got on top of the building we had enough time to see the sunset. There are tickets to enter the building which can be bought with the quick scan of the “QR” code which will lead you to the Vessel website, near the building.

After visit one can grab a quick bite from the shops and restaurants inside the mall near the building.

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About Sumaira

Hello, My name is Sumaira Ahmed and I am a student at University of Maryland College Park. My major is Communication. In addition to that I am a mom of two beautiful kids,1 cockatoo and 4 parakeets and a wife. To peruse my degree in Communication is a dream come true and I hope it helps me open many doors to a new kind of exciting work later on.
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