Running alongside Trinity Church, this stretch of Broadway boasts lots of popular views of various touristy spots. The towering buildings around here all tend to have ornate stonework high above the street, which I always find to be quite a treat to see.
However, this being the Financial District, it's also completely dead on the weekends – rightfully so, since Chase, or Bank of New York Mellon aren't open. So there's a bit of an echo down here as I wandered around looking at all the massive names that graced the surrounding buildings.
Trinity Church is always beautiful, and I've always seen it was a very "New York" church. It sits defiantly in the middle of these canyons, with subway exits popping up all around it – and yet, it still maintains all this airspace around it.