Go to Bushwick for cool streetart and stop by the Swallow Cafe and Espresso Bar.
The Butchers Daughter, a “juice bar, cafe and vegetable slaughterhouse”.
Eataly NYC downtown. Dine in the Oculus with an amazing view on the 09/11 memorial.
I woke up in the Paper Factory, put on my shoes and went for a run through Queens.
Bushwick Brooklyn. Once a bad neighborhood and now an area full of hip hotspots.
Dutch Kills Centraal. A neighborhood bar in LIC, Queens. A New York City hotspot.
Gateway to downtown and a perfect start for a stroll through SoHo.
If you like streetart, a visit to Brooklyn’s Bushwick is a must on your next NYC trip.
A 7 pm yogaclass in a Brooklyn nightclub? Welcome to Deep House yoga.
We´ve stayed here a couple of times. Each in our own small, but cosy, “standard cabin”.
What a great place for a drink and a bite to eat. Laid back, easygoing & causal cool.
Falling asleep overlooking Manhattan, the view from your room is absolutely phenomenal!
Red Hook’s Waterfront in Brooklyn really rocks! Industrial, arty, raw, edgy. Upcoming!
It’s is all about brown-and-white stripes at Henri Bendel. Great Fifth Avenue shopping.
Fishs Eddy in the Flatiron District. For fabulous and unique New York City souvenirs.
Freeman Alley. Hidden spot in LES. Awesome streetart and Freemans Restaurant.
The Metropolitan Opera, New York City ballet, NY Philharmonic and The Juilliard School.
The Lowline Lab, the world’s first underground park. Only in New York City …
Fanelli’s, right in the middle of SoHo, is one of the oldest restaurants in Manhattan.
You won’t find chic ladies sipping tea and eating scones with clotted cream here.
Do you want a touch up? I’m at Saks Fifth Avenue. This store is huge!
The Tick Tock Diner, your all American diner. Fresh blueberry pancakes anyone?
Coney Island. Famous for the Luna Park, the Boardwalk and Nathan’s hotdogs.
New York style Italy and a favorite place to meet & greet for the locals.
Be eatertained at Buddakan, the food is great as is the atmosphere.
Grocery shopping in a supermarket with a marble floor, listening to classical tunes.
Sweetleaf, the sweetest little coffeeshop, in Queens has old and new written all over it.
This Saturdaymorning a lesson at The Shala Yoga House was on my schedule.
When the word “Bar” caught our eyes we quickly decided to go see what was there.
A must? Well, if you’re into shopping or architecture it most definitely is.
Bloomingdale’s flagshipstore is well known by shoppers and fashionista’s.
The American Museum of Natural History, sometimes the setting for a movie.
Praised and often said to be the most fun place to get your books.
Downtown meets uptown! An authentic neighbourhood with lots of “townhouses”.
At 8 am, a class given by Tara Stiles herself. Level: strong (oops).
Expenisve items were hanging next to affordable second hand things.
The fun already started at the packet pick-up at Paragon Sports on Friday evening.
Running on a Friday while it was 1.4 degrees fahrenheit outside. Fckng Freezing …
I got out at 125th street station and was welcomed by a beautiful blue sky and cold wind.
So why now go see the Brooklyn Nets play in New York and pay 85 dollar for it?
Next time I’ll have to try the meatballs. Locales signature dish.
One of the most luxurious and modern department stores in the world.
A combination of a second hand/vintage store with an artgalery.
And ofcourse we got a little lost, even with the map.
An authentic and traditional yogaschool for both beginners and advanced yogi’s.
This store was on our “wanna-go-check-it-out” list for years.
The 15 tables were constantly filled and it was very busy at the sushi-to-go counter.
They let me in. It’s not who you are but who you know …
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