There’s too much to see in New York. Too many parks. Too many museums. Too historic homes and landmarks. Too much. Honestly you can barely walk a foot without passing by a place that some famous, legendary person did something in: eat, sleep, cough, get drunk, speak for 5 seconds. New York is so much […]Read more "Washington Heights, Manhattan"
Just a short walk from the Bronx, across the Harlem River to Washington Heights–over the oldest bridge in New York City. High Bridge originally served as Roman-inspired aqueduct carrying clean water to New York City from the Croton River in Westchester (part of the Old Croton Aqueduct), making it a critical link in the City’s […]Read more "The High Bridge- May 2017"
Sometimes it’s just too lovely to not follow the off beaten, less traveled path.Read more "Prospect Park–May 2017"
Views from the train–on the Lake Shore Limited from New York City to Chicago before ChristmasRead more "Views from the Train"
On a rainy Monday afternoon, the day after New Years, I hopped on the F train in Brooklyn. I wound my way up through Park Slope and Carroll Gardens and under the East River. I slinked through the Lower East Side, Greenwich Village, and Midtown. All for the sole purpose of transferring to the uptown […]Read more "Introducing the Second Avenue Subway!"