Regina, there was a kind of my fate place to go, the background story is when I was a student in Japan. I wondered how I would feel when I be there...
I came to such an artistic city, Winnipeg from the USA by a long driving alone. Many arts recognized me that everything is art around the world.
I took a rental car from Duluth early morning to head to Winnipeg thorough the thousands of lakes area in Manitoba, Canada. The great sights were I had never seen.
I took a night bus about 9pm from Milwaukee to Duluth, it was a so long ride and the craziest bus experience for my life...
Milwaukee, only the reason why I went there was to visit my great friends. Staying in school dormitory, joined parties. I feel like going back to a student.
The city is turned to be different but more classic in the night. I went to a Blues Bar, Wrigley Field Baseball Stadium, Downtown & I had a Chicago Pizza!
I left NYC, and headed to next place to visit and stay was Chicago. I used Amtruck train this time, it was a long transportation's time like 14hours? and transferred a few times in the night and early morning like 2am. Felt cold outside, dark, and lonely...
The dark, quiet sky, and so bright noisy streets, the gap is huge. My heart was beating bit harder than usual, not because of being scared, but because of being excited.
Brooklyn, great photos. Everywhere is artistic.. cafes, arts, shops, bars, factories, people, streets. The local market Flea Market and Street Art were must visit. If I could lived in NY, I choose Brooklyn. No cities can beat the great atmosphere.
I stayed in Harlem area one night, and the big famous popular park "Central Park" was nearby, so in the morning I went there.