Little white dress

Brooklyn Bridge is probably one of the biggest landmarks of Manhattan ! The iconic bridge, with its double arched towers, its 6 road lanes and its pedestrian/bicycle path, connects Brooklyn to downtown Manhattan. It has been featured in a vast variety of movies and TV shows. Some people describe it as a romantic walk, some might just say its practical, all I can say is that the …

Casually flossy

I don’t know if you guys remember, but a few weeks ago, I mentioned that I discovered a secluded pearl in Central Park (not an actual one .. oh I wish !!!), well this is it !!! Completely made out of wood, this little gazebo is super adorable !! I could easily spend the whole day just chilling here !! It’s perched on a high …

Into the maxi(mum)

5th Avenue along Central Park is beautiful !! Lots of trees, cobblestone sidewalk and of course, the view of the park as you walk by. The scenery changes a little as you get closer to the M.E.T., but not so much ! No more cobblestone but still trees which are all aligned with lights underneath. It creates a very romantic, fairytale esque view ! Walk …

Little black dress

The NYC’s gem hunt continues !!! The city has so many small, hidden little gardens, it’s unbelievable !! This cute little one in Little Italy is no exception ! It hosts tons of free activities, like movie nights, live music, gardening, yoga, it’s filled with random statues and benches and has lots of greenery !! A great place to stop by for a quick bite …

Checkedmate

Built in the mid 1800, out of a swampland, the Gramercy Park neighborhood was one of the first attempts at city planning and now carries a lot of history ! The park, under the same name, is one of the only private parks left in the city; only residents who live nearby with a key can access, but you can peek in through the metal …