Off to New York!
There is no city in the world that has stolen my heart like New York City has. I become spontaneously happy when I drive along the New York skyline. When I stand on times square my heart starts to beat faster and I can enjoy this busy city that never sleeps. In addition, many restaurants such as those in other cities will not find. Inspirations everywhere.
Sightseeing | Brooklyn Bridge
The Brooklyn Bridge. What can I say? It is the most impressive bridge I have ever walked on in my life. It’s such an eye-catcher and he is doing very well on pictures. You cannot leave New York without a snapshot on this one!
Sightseeing | Breakdance
Breakdance is something that you will see often in New York. Before you know it you have become an audience of an impressive breakdance show. But watch out, because before you know it you will be part of the show yourself and you will be asked for hundreds of people to donate money. Uncool and you don’t want it. Tip: keep your distance and take a quick look from the show.
Sightseeing | Walk on the High Line
You’ve probably heard about it before, the famous High Line in New York. A1.45-mile-long walk where you will have an amazing overview of the beautiful city. It was created on a former New York Central Railroad spur on the West side of Manhattan. Beautiful! Start at West 34th Street, between 10th and 12th Avenues and walk all the way to the Meatpacking District. Don’t forget your camera and some water bottles.
Sightseeing | Central Park
A picknick, a morning walk, an evening run.. thousands of reasons to visit central park. Just go.
Sightseeing | Moma
Are you into the now-a-adays art? Then go to Moma. The name says it all, because it is abbreviated to the museum of modern art. MoMA has been important in developing and collecting modernist art, and is often identified as one of the biggest and most influential museums of modern art in the world. Do you want to visit the museum but do you think $ 25 is just a bit too expensive? Lucky you! Every Friday between 4pm and 8 pm you will have free entrance to this museum.
Lunch hotspot | The Butcher’s Daughter
This was my first acquaintance with the butcher’s daughter. And I loved what I saw. A place where the real bloggers come. Not only can you enjoy breakfast here, the place is also an absolute must-go! Located in a trendy neighborhood in Manhattan you will not regret your choice.
Lunch hotspot | Jacks Wife Freda
Imagine a sunny day in the beautiful Manhattan. Weekend, no rushed people around you. Only companions who want to celebrate life just like you. You’ve got the last spot on the terrace and the waffles you ordered are delivered. Let the enjoyment begin.
Lunch Hotspot | Le Pain
By chance we walked through the hip neighborhood where a fancy market encountered during the weekend. No plan, just walking around and we’ll see what comes after that .. After a while we got hungry and the good time came for a nice lunch. We ran into Le Pain and enjoyed a lunch.
Oyster hotspot | Sel Rose
This place is one of the loveliest way to start your evening. Everyday. It’s located in an area where you might not expect a place like this. Just outside the Italian quarter named Little Italy, you will find this fancy spot Sel Rose. Oh psst, oysters for 1 dollar. Sounds good?
Coffee hotspot | Sweets by Chloe
Hungry for a cookie? Of course you are! Got your camera with you? Go!