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Maman NYC. Picture perfect food, drinks and decor. A favorite coffeeshop in NYC.
More than 55 photo exhibitions & outdoor installations from around the world.
This old factory is now a favorite place of locals and tourists. Get a great taste of NY.
With so many hotels in Manhattan how do you know which one to pick?
What about breakfast at Tiffany’s in New York City?
10 classics in New York City. I’m sure you’ll want to see at least a couple of these.
From the Top of the Rock observationdeck you get to see the Empire State Building.
The Corner Bistro is where you get “amazingly good burgers at a reasonable price”.
Grouptraining on a treadmill, what would that be like? I had to try this class.
Rows and rows of shoes, sometimes spread out over several floors. Shoe heaven!
If you like chocolate then this is your safe haven in New York.
Going for a walk across the Highline is a must when in New York.
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.
Eataly NYC downtown. Dine in the Oculus with an amazing view on the 09/11 memorial.
Fishs Eddy in the Flatiron District. For fabulous and unique New York City souvenirs.
Have you ever heard of the Empire State Building tower lights-calendar?
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 Butchers Daughter, a “juice bar, cafe and vegetable slaughterhouse”.
Brookfield Place and the One World Observatory. A perfect combination downtown on the Hudson.
A 7 pm yogaclass in a Brooklyn nightclub? Welcome to Deep House yoga.
Cafe Gitane in the West Village has been a hip, hot and happening place for years.
“a butterfly can flap it’s wings and everything will be different”
I don’t think I would survive in the Upper East Side jungle. But it’s fun to read about it.
Did you know that the NY subway is the world’s biggest concert hall? Thanks to MUNY.
“Are you sure that this is what you want to give”? Show the love with our tipping tips.
We were at Wanderlust 108 powered by Adidas. Yoga in New York City is so cool!
Magnoliatrees. Huge ones. For some reason in America things are “much bigger”.
Get into a New York state of mind instantly with this lovely book by Megan Hess.
NYC on a budget! “Taste of the Dining Concourse” at Grand Central Station is ON.
We fill you in on the sites that are a must when it comes to fashion, interior, news and more.
A true hit in Manhattan; The Drybar. As they say: no cuts, no color, just blowouts.
For all you doglovers out there, let me guide you through a dogs life in New York City.
So, you’ve booked your trip to New York. Then what? So many things, so little time.
Biking is a great way to explore NYC. Do it safe and be guided by Bike the Big Apple!
A 6,5 km streetart route through the Lower East Side. With lots of cool art along the way.
Follow us on this “cannot miss” route for a bikeride through Brooklyn.
In NYC the subway is refered to as “train”. It’s seen as the way to move across Manhattan.
Have you lost track of what’s where in New York? No stress, we’ve come to your rescue.
Having a tough time hailing a cab in New York? UBER is everyone’s private driver.
Follow in our footsteps on a Friday-the-thirteenth route! So far for bad luck?
“stand clear from the closing doors” Should you take the NYC sybway?
The BAG organisation is a group of volonteers who want to share their passion for NYC.
The layout of Manhattan is like a grid with Streets and Avenues.
On a sunny Friday on of the Newyorkcitytrippers went Citibiking for a day.
Got my running gear together and went outside with no particular place to go.
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