Not So New York

High Line
High Line

New York is one of the most well-known cities in the world.  Iconic beacons such as Times Square, the Brooklyn Bridge and Central Park are all points of interest you can identify without even having visited the city. This trip however, resulted in a more authentic experience, as I stayed with my high school friend in the not-what-I-imagined-it-to-be Harlem, spent time with a Shanghai turned Chilean bestie, and indulged in drool-worthy macarons with my architect cousin. Besides copious amounts of free-flow boozy brunches and (trust me, they were happy) hours, walking around the city, and becoming well-acquainted with the 2/3 line, showed me a side of the city that I hadn’t had the chance to yet experience. A mix of old and new experiences with old and new friends – I’ll let the pictures say the rest.

 

Fire escape hangout
Fire escape hangout
Colourful Kiss
Colourful Kiss
Walking the High Line
Walking the High Line
Brooklyn Bridge
Brooklyn Bridge
View of the Financial District
View of the Financial District
The Subway
The Subway
Manhattan from the MET Roof Garden
Manhattan from the MET Roof Garden
Triangular Angle
Triangular Angle
Freedom Tower
Freedom Tower
Memorial Flags
Memorial Flags
Flatiron
Flatiron
Reflective
Reflective
Flatiron District
Flatiron District
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3 thoughts on “Not So New York

  1. Thhe Temple of Heaven is located in Beijing. Its in a huge park so you can walk
    around
    and enjoy the fresh air whilst exercising. Its a very nice park and you will see many Chinese
    locals walking around there. Also there is lots of Chinese tourists visitng the site
    just like you. Its nice to spend a few hours there and balance it
    with something else in Beijing.
    You will be amazed by the site and the style.Its is truly remarkable.

    If you are interested to have a guided tour of this site feel free to contact me.

    I have around 12 years experience in guided tours with people ffrom all over the world.

    I am a professionally licenced guide. Welcome to my hometown Beijing.

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