D A Y • O N E • C O N T I N U E D
After we toured the Rockefeller Center and Top of the Rock, we made our way to pick up our other sister from work and meet her for dinner. We made our way from a Subway stop at Radio City Music Hall towards the boutique she worked at in SoHo and walked towards Little Italy.
One of my favorite parts about NYC so far is how much there is to see walking from one neighborhood to the next, and how different everything is along the way. As we walked from SoHo to Little Italy, I saw how much changed just in a few blocks. SoHo is a beautiful, artsy area in Lower Manhattan, filled with well-known shops and boutiques. It’s name was coined in the 1960s, standing for “South of Houston Street.” On the other side of Houston, lies a neighborhood like Little Italy where you can order traditional Italian pizza and pasta.
We were all so hungry, that we went to the first restaurant that could seat all six of us. I had caprese and wine, which was a great end to the long day. After dinner, we parted ways with my sister, and took the Subway back to our hotel.