From the Top of the Rock observationdeck you get to see the Empire State Building.
It’s is all about brown-and-white stripes at Henri Bendel. Great Fifth Avenue shopping.
Think of homemade jellies, fresh baked bread, farmerscheeses, fresh fruit and more.
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.
Fishs Eddy in the Flatiron District. For fabulous and unique New York City souvenirs.
After a while you don’t even hear the sirens, horn-honking cars and the buzz of NYC.
The Metropolitan Opera, New York City ballet, NY Philharmonic and The Juilliard School.
Fanelli’s, right in the middle of SoHo, is one of the oldest restaurants in Manhattan.
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?
New York style Italy and a favorite place to meet & greet for the locals.
Grocery shopping in a supermarket with a marble floor, listening to classical tunes.
This Saturdaymorning a lesson at The Shala Yoga House was on my schedule.
Grand Central Terminal. Known as one of the most beautiful railway stations in the world.
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.
Downtown meets uptown! An authentic neighbourhood with lots of “townhouses”.
At 8 am, a class given by Tara Stiles herself. Level: strong (oops).
In a big bright classroom we met Ximena. A small powerwoman with a soft voice.
Columbus Circle is a large and busy traffice circle near Central Park.
Second hand shoppers paradise. Super popular, good quality stuff and affordable.
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