“Life starts all over again when it gets crisp in the fall”- F. Scott Fitzgerald
As fall is coming to close and the weather is beginning to drop by the dozens, it is important to get in as many fall activities as possible before the first snowfall hits. I have been quite busy this season and have shared below what I have been up to these last two months.
No NYU football team? No problem. The East Coast makes traveling easy. Some friends and I went to Yale for a weekend to visit my friend Hayden who also happens to be on the football team.
Going to see a show on Broadway never disappoints.
Central Park is a fall favorite because it assures you will not be too hot or too cold.
Having coffee at Central Perk is great too.
And of course the cliche pumpkin picking is always fun.
Tis the season for dressing up for Halloween because you truly never are “too old.”
Ice Skating at The Wollman Rink in Central Park isn’t just for the winter season! I mean, why would you want to pass up the crisp weather on an autumnal evening?
Just as ice skating is not solely for winter, an afternoon filled with sweet ice cream sundaes is not limited to the summer months. Serendipity3 is a must go-to spot any season.