More images of Chinatown, NYC. The busy region was filled with the curious and eager tourists from every corner of the globe. Armed with maps and cameras, they explored the tourist mecca of the world.
It was a sunny day, so finding this alleyway of red exterior allowed for some warm even lighting in an otherwise harshly lit environment.
Children are mesmerized by the simplest of toys. Who needs a Wii?
Of course before the photo excursion, we had the traditional meal of Chinatown…dim sum.
Snacks of dried fish and I don’t know what that orange thing is, but they don’t look very appetizing.
Grab your partner and enjoy a lovely day on the streets of NYC.
Go shopping for some knick knacks
While ambling along, we happened upon this structure at a local park in the area. Inside we found people practicing martial arts.
If you wanted to challenge your mind instead, sit down with a friend and pull up a chess game, or read a paper.
Or just watch the streets from an intimate spot under an arch.
We weaved back and forth from Chinatown to Little Italy. This is another great area in the city. This weekend the streets were closed off for people to walk about freely. For those into and of the Lost Generation, one could reminisce at one of the various cafes, along Mulberry, whose outdoor seating lined the streets of Little Italy.