the New York subways is generally not for the faint of heart. it could get daunting not just with it's quite intricate system but also with its dank, dark interiors. i was a bit shocked at first, i knew it was a bit old but i didn't expect it to be that old and seemingly rickety.
after having gotten used to it though, i somehow learned to appreciate its charm and character.
a free "exhibition" of Van Gogh's Starry Night at a Fifth Ave station
just right out at Wall Street
Fifth Ave. and 53rd St. where MOMA could be found
"Can you see me now?"
and though the system could be quite tricky with all the many lines, stations and destinations to choose from there's a hopstop.com for that. with the said website it's but easy to determine our routes by merely inputting our locations and destinations.
and unlike our own MRT, people there are more organized. except maybe for a few isolated altercations with fellow passengers, some could get extra grouchy you know.
so hop on, hold on tight and enjoy the ride. and hey, say hi to some ratties in case yo see them scamper around huh! :p