posts from category: New Year’s 2014

Sweetness of the Lower Eastside of New York City

There are many hidden secrets throughout New York City, but knowing where to find them is the key. If you have a bit of a sweet tooth, like me, head to Babycakes. Having a sweet tooth is tough enough but … Keep Reading…

The Ball Drop of 2014….

Many people have the Times Square New York City ball drop event as a…. “I must do before I die, so therefore it goes on the Bucket List”. Ok, not gonna lie, it was on my bucket list and has … Keep Reading…

Manhattan to Brooklyn

Since the night prior was ended at the Washington Park Arch, with a glimpse at the new Freedom Tower, today’s agenda was to head over to see it. The tower was scheduled to open on January 1st, 2014 but the … Keep Reading…

A Rainy Day in New York City

After touring the highlights of New York City the first day, hitting up a few good recommended restaurants (such as Hi Life), strolling through Carl Schurz Park (where the mayors house is located) and looking at the beautiful architecture of … Keep Reading…

The Empire State Building

When walking around New York City, most likely you have walked by the Empire State Building a bunch of times without even knowing it… I know I have. Every time I go to look for it I never recognize it … Keep Reading…