A great place to grab a beer and have a chat with one of the locals.
A night at the Opera. The Metropolitan Opera at Lincoln Center in New York City.
Have you ever heard of the Empire State Building tower lights-calendar?
The Park NYC. Eat inside this urban oasis in Chelsea with actual trees and birds.
A fancy hotel, a long red curtain and a long line of people. Waiting for the Best Burger in NYC.
“Hey Ryan, can we please get the check and a doggy bag for our leftover lunch?
Marathon Madness in New York City. My tips on how to prepare for the 26.2 miles!
A list of New York’s “big five” musea, just to give you an impression.
Century 21 is all about designer brands at amazing prices. Shop till you drop in NYC.
Please do let me know if you think there is a bar with a better view on Manhattan.
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.
We had the “suger cookie dough with salted caramel and pure chocolate chips”. It’s Dolicous.
Junior’s Cheesecake. Famous and one of the best cheesecakes in New York City.
Katz’s deli, a NY institution. In the Lower Eastside and pretty soon also in Brooklyn.
Canal Street in Chinatown is the place to buy fake handbags, wallets and more.
The Market NYC. Shop here for unique products by local NYC artists and designers.
A simple concept and the largest open air food market in America. Smorgasburg.
A huge hit for more than 10 years, The Spotted Pig in the midst of the Westvillage.
The Mills at Jersey Gardens. Shopper’s paradise close to Manhattan. The best outlet.
Think of homemade jellies, fresh baked bread, farmerscheeses, fresh fruit and more.
Touristy, overwhelming, noisy, neon signs, billboards, flashylights, sirens and more.
Step into a Meatball Shop and find yourself in meatball heaven. And in a cool place.
Some tips and tricks and need to knows for your visit to the One World Observatory.
Peace and quiet. Sometimes you really long for that while exploring New York City.
Your transfer from airport JFK to Manhattan? Take de airtrain and subway. For real.
The Newyorkcitytrippers love to wander through the supermarkets in NYC.
Make your selection, swipe your credit card, and out comes your treat in a cute box.
If you’re into chic wining and dining then you’ll want to go here.
Carnegie Hall. One of the greatest and grandest music venues in the world.
You girls (eh, thx) are manhunting? Boyscouting maybe? Looking for a husband?
The Paper Factory Hotel in Queens. A cool and hip industrial-chic place to stay in NYC.
Hotspots everywhere. Which change often. But in Meatpacking District you never can go wrong.
Trader Joe’s. Their reusable grocery bags make great NYC souvenirs. For only $ 0.99.
We left with some lasting impressions. The Whitney Museum stole our hearts.
Ludlow Coffee Supply. A cool litte coffee spot in the Lower East Side of Manhattan.
The Loeb Boathouse, a beautifull location in Central Park with its Lake Side Restaurant.
After a while you don’t even hear the sirens, horn-honking cars and the buzz of NYC.
Miss Lily’s and the Jamaican Juice Master Melvin. For your daily dose of vitamins.
Spending a summernight on one of the many Rooftop bars just about beats everything.
The Metropolitan Opera, New York City ballet, NY Philharmonic and The Juilliard School.
We stayed in the Aparthotel Sanctuary NYC Retreats above the Stanton Street Yoga Studio.
There I went, to the 3rd floor of Chelsea Piers, to hit golfballs in the Hudson.
The Butchers Daughter, a “juice bar, cafe and vegetable slaughterhouse”.
A true hit in Manhattan; The Drybar. As they say: no cuts, no color, just blowouts.
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.
Just think; it all started with making cupcakes out of leftover cakedough …
The street art in New York makes the city like an outdoor museum.
The Lowline Lab, the world’s first underground park. Only in New York City …
The first 9,5 K’s through Central Park. Which is very hilly. Did you know that? I do now.
Dutch Kills Centraal. A neighborhood bar in LIC, Queens. A New York City hotspot.
Fanelli’s, right in the middle of SoHo, is one of the oldest restaurants in Manhattan.
Why go into an eyewear shop if you don’t need glasses? Trust us, you’ll want to see this.
Chelsea is fun! If you’re in to art or like to go out and dance this is your area.
MoMA PS1 devotes its energy and resources to the most experimental art in the world.
If you want to stay in Midtown and don’t want to pay a fortune then this is your place.
Located in the Financial District but not so much of a corporate environment as expected.
Stylish, classy and very chic. Bergdorf Goodman means high level shopping.
Nothing fancy, just a clean and good room but the location is perfect. The LES is great!
You won’t find chic ladies sipping tea and eating scones with clotted cream here.
Gateway to downtown and a perfect start for a stroll through SoHo.
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.
“let’s see how quickly you can move your body from bustle to complete nothingness”.
New York style Italy and a favorite place to meet & greet for the locals.
The BAG organisation is a group of volonteers who want to share their passion for NYC.
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.
At INA you will find nothing but the best secondhand designer clothing and shoes and.
And then you arrive at JFK a staffmember will direct you into what we call a Disneyland line.
Grand Central Terminal. Known as one of the most beautiful railway stations in the world.
A must? Well, if you’re into shopping or architecture it most definitely is.
Do make sure you have enough time to check out all six floors of this interior mecca.
Bloomingdale’s flagshipstore is well known by shoppers and fashionista’s.
Praised and often said to be the most fun place to get your books.
The American Museum of Natural History, sometimes the setting for a movie.
Downtown meets uptown! An authentic neighbourhood with lots of “townhouses”.
At 8 am, a class given by Tara Stiles herself. Level: strong (oops).
On a sunny Friday on of the Newyorkcitytrippers went Citibiking for a day.
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.
In a big bright classroom we met Ximena. A small powerwoman with a soft voice.
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.
Columbus Circle is a large and busy traffice circle near Central Park.
Over a 100 vendors, artists and designers offer their goods.
Second hand shoppers paradise. Super popular, good quality stuff and affordable.
A combination of a second hand/vintage store with an artgalery.
Lululemon sells clothes and accessories for yogi’s and runners. We love this label.
Since I’m a sucker for stuff with nice design I bought a couple of packages.
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.
There are things in life of which you’re sure that you’ll never ever do, like run a marathon.
If you really want to get a taste of “downtown”, go and have a cup of coffe at Mojo.
They let me in. It’s not who you are but who you know …
Clubbing in New York’s hottest spots in town is not as easy as you’d think it would be.
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