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Veterans Day – the annual parade in a very, very chilly NYC today! Celebrating, honoring and remembering those who protect, served and have served our country. Thank You……..Thank You.
Governors Island: is a 172-acre island in New York Harbor, approximately 800 yards from the southern tip of Manhattan Island and separated from Brooklyn by Buttermilk Channel, approximately 400 yards. For most of its history, Governors Island was a full-service … Continue reading
It’s officially FALL, but you wouldn’t know it yet in NYC. An evening walk over the Triborough Bridge and back was just the perfect way to end a day. The sky changed from orange to smokey blues and then into evening. … Continue reading
Long Island City, New York (LIC) ……where city meets the urban neighborhoods, where luxury high rises are “somewhat” more affordable than Manhattan prices and where you get killer views of the city. Amazing diners, food, graffiti, art studios, fantastic water views, … Continue reading
you know, it’s so easy not to travel anywhere when you live in NYC….because you already have some many different worlds and cultures outside your front door! I love going downtown to Chinatown……it’s just so different than the rest of … Continue reading