Day 6 of our trip to New York was my kind of day; a full day of stuffing our faces with the most delicious foods. It was a crazy windy late morning in Williamsburg when we arrived at the weekly Saturday food festival, Smorgasburg but the gusty wind didn’t deter us from munching down onContinue reading “What to eat at Smogasburg in Williamsburg”
We grabbed some pralined almonds and cashews from the street car just outside the church to tide us over until we found somewhere to have some real food. The nuts were warm, sweet and delightfully crunchy. I would say that they are a must try when in Manhattan. Cheap and easy to find, just follow your nose to every other street corner.
NYC Day four: Chinatown, Little Italy and Midtown Manhatten It was a raining day in NYC. We rattled along in the old Metro system and found our way to Chinatown to grab some things that Helena and Mom needed as well as to eat some delicious food. Mom quickly found and bought everything that sheContinue reading “Donuts, Rain and Cathedrals”
Day 3 (afternoon): October 3rd, 2017 As I left Chelsea market, I took a look at my map and noticed that I was fairly close to another food location that I had wanted to hit up: DOUGH doughnuts. Although I was still pretty full, I convinced my naive brain that by the time I gotContinue reading “Donuts, Burgers and Waitress”
Day 3 (morning): October 13th, 2017 Today, was a cloudy, drizzly day but I stuck with the plan to go to the High Line. To avoid the crowds, I Followed my sister’s advice and I left the apartment early. My sister’s apartment wasn’t far from the start of the High Line but unfortunately, that entranceContinue reading “The High Line and Chelsea Market”
Although it was early on a weekday, Central park was already bustling with children, tourists and runners. I could’ve easily gotten lost in this oasis in center of the city.