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It only makes sense to anchor the sanctuary of the Greek gods to none other than New York’s most famous landmark. For those who are deemed worthy of a visit, Olympus can be found in an exclusive 600th floor, hidden to mortals. Olympian gods and goddesses meet here twice a year for winter and summer solstices. You’ll need magical proof for the guard to allow your entry. In the first book, Percy’s paraphernalia was Zeus’ stolen master bolt.
The Empire State Building is New York City’s very own Bermuda Triangle. Every day, there are instances of car engines dying and signals jamming as soon as people enter its 5-block vicinity. Blame is placed on the crowded cluster of antennas atop NYC’s famed skyscraper, but there are no official answers. Put on your lab coat and form your own hypotheses while on a visit!
Binondo ⛩️ is known as the PH's chinatown, which offers a huge selection of cheap finds from apparel, bags, shoes, and of course, some of the best dish selections 👌
Some of my favorite bites here are:
🏮 Lord Stow's Bakery (superb egg tarts!!)
🏮 President Tea House (yum hakaw 🍤)
🏮 Chuan Kee (oldest fast food here! fav fried chicken 🍗)
scattered all-over you'll find small-whole buildings dedicated to thrift shops! but be warned that there might be some sketchy people near. its fun looking for hidden gems and some ukay buildings section their products from children wear to vintage furniture by floor.