New York was always a favourite spot for tourists from all over the world. To add to the existing usual visiting spots, the authorities have decided to add Trump Tower, the residence of President elect of the United States, to the must visit places in NYC.
Tourists thronged into the Trump Tower, lining up to have a click with Ivanka’s kiosk featuring the next First Lady’s jewellery line. Tourists also could decide whether to have a snack at Trump Bar or Trump Grill.
We come to New York every year, but the highlight this year is coming to this building because it’s Trump’sKeith Plasterer, 55, of Carlisle, Pennsylvania, owner of a recreational center.
We’re on the Trump trainJamie Plasterer, 50, wife of Keith
Tourists from all over America are flooding to the Tower after Donald trump was elected as the next President of US. People have been eager to visit the 58-story skyscraper that serves as his residence and transition office.
Gene Johnson of Rome, Georgia, sat with his 1-year-old great-granddaughter near the roped-off area where dozens of journalists in recent weeks had camped out in hopes of interviewing Trump, his advisers or the political and business leaders he was considering for his Cabinet.
Johnson, 70, a retired high school administrator, had taken in a performance by the Rockettes and toured St. Patrick’s Cathedral, but he wanted to experience where the incoming 45th president lived and worked.
“I just had to come by and see the tower,” Johnson said. “I think he’s going to do a great job as president. I hope he will keep his promises and not be like the rest of the politicians.”