Manhattan is only one part of New York City, but it contains so many things to do and places to eat that visiting Manhattan can be overwhelming for first timers. We’ve put together this handy infographic so you know where to start when planning your New York City vacation. These are not only some of the top things to do, see, taste and drink in Manhattan, they are also some of my personal favorites.
Unless you live in New York, where it has been unseasonably warm this year, you’ve probably stocked up on sweaters for the winter weather. While knit sweaters are cozy and adorable, they don’t always look super stylish. I’m 5’0 with curves, and I can tell you that, more often than not, knit sweaters end up … Read More
Everything You Need to Know for Your First Visit to New York City
Juan Gris, Breakfast. In this composition, I really like how Gris has made it have a torn-up paper effect. The different shapes used make the composition look interesting and is really eye catching. The different colours used also make different aspects of the composition stand out.
Greenhouse Hallway 2 by Curious Expeditions on Flickr. Just off Route 9 in Yonkers, a half-hour drive north of New York City, the Boyce Thompson Institute is an abandoned agricultural institute where the plants have gone wild. The institute was founded by mining magnate Boyce Thompson and opened its doors in 1924 with the goal of studying plants - abandoned in 1978. #urbex #abandoned
Gratitude—that’s what New York-based photographer Omar Robles took away with him after his latest experience photographing ballet dancers in urban backdrops. Following his recent trip to Cuba, the talented photographer took his project to Mexico City with the support of Fujifilm, where he once again connected with gifted local dancers to create a striking series of …
Insider Tips - Things to Do in New York City by a Local