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This pic above is the Manhattan Museum of Arts in Ghostbusters II (1989)
Wall St was nice. Not to mention, it was overcast this day with very little rain. The hardest pic to get was Charging Bull. This was the best pic I got. I then went to Koreatown to eat. I first walked by the Manhattan Municipal Building again where I shot the grassy area across this time. This is where they shot a scene in Spider-man 2 (2004)
Man, I slept like a baby for the night. I woke up early around 6AM for the next adventure though I didn't move out till 8AM.
So the dog was up and early and I had to take a pic of Ollie. Cookie was the other dog though she seldom came in my room. Ollie loved coming in alot so I had to take a pic of him! On to Chinatown!
I got off the subway on Chambers street where I took another pic of the Manhattan Municipal Building where Ghostbusters (1984) was shot.
It was roughly a 13-15 minute walk to Chinatown from this area using google maps. Finally arrived though I was so early that I had to walk around until a couple restaurants opened to satisfy my food cravings. I came roughly about 9AM so Chinatown wasn't littered with people till much later on.
I made my way back somewhere in the beginning of Chinatown to eat at:
Noodles were very tasty. Not bad for $7.00. Lot's of single folks eating here too. I walked around Chinatown some more.
Sometimes buildings in NYC or Brooklyn were showered with graffiti wall designs. You will pretty much encounter a whole bunch of them in NYC.
I then ventured into Baxter street to try out Taiyaki ice cream.
Delicious ice cream! Place however did not open until noon. So don't say I didn't warn you on the time it opens.