Tag Archives: New York

A Look Ahead To 2016

Without sounding like a complete bust here, I’ve got a lot of repeat visits coming up in 2016. There’s a reason for that, though, which I’ll get to in a moment. First, what’s on tap for the new year…

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The Ghosts Of Christmas 2015

What a busy, busy year! Whew. And I’m thankful for every minute of it.

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The Ghosts of Christmas Past

I’ve been going through some sort of nesting phase that I can’t quite explain; cleaning has taken on a new meaning as dirt and dust have started to cower before my mighty spray bottle. Just a couple of days ago I ventured into the closet in my guest bedroom, which is actually more of a […]

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Going to the Top of the Rock

The last time I was in New York City I made my way to the top of the iconic Empire State Building – all 102 floors. With the World Trade Center gone, it’s without a doubt the most well known building in New York. Heck, it may’ve even been that way when the towers still […]

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Stalking George Washington in the Met

Hot dog in hand, I entered Central Park from the American Museum of Natural History and wandered through the Ramble on my way to the Metropolitan Museum of Art. I didn’t dilly, or dally, though as I was on a mission. I was going to the museum to see the famous American painting by Emanuel […]

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A Return to the American Museum of Natural History

I was insistent that I would delve into the American Museum of Natural History on my return visit to New York City since, on my previous trip, I only ran by the highlights since I arrived so late. I really wanted to get there early, spend hours in the halls, and maybe see a show […]

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Not Doing New York Like a New Yorker

The sun was just beginning to set, and the humidity lift, as I strolled along a path, coming upon a small dog park on the west side of Madison Square Park, just under the shadow of the highly-photographed Flatiron Building. The urge to people watch suddenly struck me so I plopped down on a bench […]

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Taking a Bite Outta the Big Apple

New York City was amazing and I think I did as much of it as possible in a week with my friend turned tour guide Lisa. I had some time Friday morning, before the wedding rehearsal and dinner that night, so I took the hour long train ride into Penn Station where we met up […]

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