Friday, May 6, 2011

New York Juant.

I was back in New York this week with work and I wanted to share some highlights.

Everything is in full bloom. The older I get, the more I notice and appreciate these things.

These peonies were simply for sale on a corner. I was tempted to buy them for my hotel room but that would be a little excessive.

My tour guides took me to new places such as the boat basin, corner flea markets and olde good things, an antique store. Susanna, the blond, writes A Fork in New York where she gives great recommendations where you should eat while traveling or living in New York, Miami, Canada or LA.
Angela, dark redish hair sans bump-it writes Take Comfort in the Choas. She's changing lives one kid at a time in the lower east side. They both are co-founders of 100cameras.

A bar I really loved was the Campbell Apartment in Grand Central. It was a former office turned into a bar.

We walked on the High Line, a park built on a section of the former elevated freight railroad. I swear New Yorkers are so innovative because they have to be. When all else fails, build up! It was a clever way to see the city on the lower west side.

Don't forget to enter to win a customized sign from Ramsign. Entry closes tonight at 9. Have a great weekend.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

excuse me, i like those chairs. and those girls.