It’s not hard to fall in love with this neighborhood. As you move away from Canal and keep walking south then west, you’ll almost wonder how such a quiet area can exist right by the chaos that is Chinatown.
In the next few weeks, I’ll be rolling out day guides for a few of my favorite neighborhoods in New York City. These guides are for those traveling to NYC for the first time or for those who live here and want to explore more of where they live!
I remember it like yesterday when Obama announced that Americans were now welcomed to travel to Cuba and how happy I was. Unfortunately, that excitement didn’t last since we now are back to having travel restrictions
Sometimes we need a little break but are either too lazy to plan a vacation or don’t have enough days for a long trip! If you live in Manhattan or are an outer towner and want to visit a different area other than NYC, then you must go upstate!
The United Arab Emirates literally wants it all. Don’t you agree? Now they even have the Louvre – which would have been great to see 2 years ago when I traveled there. I guess now I have a reason to go back! 🙂
This year Thomas and I decided to celebrate New Year’s in a much more colder place than last year ( we went to Cuba last year!). We drove up to Montreal with my cousin and her boyfriend for 3 nights to welcome the year in a new place that wasn’t too far from NYC.
The desire to keep learning is something that has always been true to who I am. It reminds of why I majored in Cultural Anthropology in College ( also majored in Women Studies!) – because I’m curious about the way people live and what they eat etc. And today that hasn’t changed, the older I get the more I want to keep learning.
It’s not very hard for a New York City girl like me to fall in love with Milan. The accessibility to anything you can possibly want to do, its richness in art & culture, great shopping and the mix of modern and….