Tag Archives: New York City

The creepy house on top of The Met

We finished up our time in North America with a few excellent days in NYC. It was so much fun to do things we didn’t get around to last time, plus a few things I’ve never done there. On our first … Continue reading

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25 things we did in NYC

Boy did we cover some ground over our week in NYC. Having been to the city two times previously I was torn between doing new things and revisiting places I loved last time. So I managed to do a decent … Continue reading

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Spring in Central Park & the New York Athletic Club

Full disclosure: I’m typing this from a Super8 motel next to a highway having just made packet noodles using a combination of a bathroom sink and the most disgusting communal microwave I’ve ever seen. That might help put these photos … Continue reading

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My top 3 NYC delis

This post was inspired by Hannah‘s NYC eating map. It’s really cool. I wanted in. The following places aren’t particularly hip or unknown, but they are the best. There is nothing I love more than a three-inch thick pastrami sandwich … Continue reading

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I hate that I love New York City so much. How tiresome. And clichéd. But I can’t help it, I can hardly explain why it appeals so greatly to me. I really haven’t felt so at home anywhere else in the world. … Continue reading

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Vintage Stores & Markets: My Top 10 World Wide Picks

In no particular order: 1 Stella Dallas, 218 Thompson Street (near Bleecker), NYC 2 Malin Landaeus, 155 N 6th St Brooklyn, NY 3 Stella Dallas Living, 281 N 6th St Brooklyn, NY 4 10ft Single by Stella Dallas, 285 N 6th … Continue reading

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‘On this day last year’ with thanks to facebook

In a bid to make facebook even more like George Orwell’s 1984, Mark Zuckerberg and his cronies have now enabled a feature to remind us of what we were doing (and that they were and always will be watching) on … Continue reading

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