Not really but that song from Green Acres runs thur my mind =) We stayed in China Town which wasn’t bad
but next year we are renting an apartment in either Shoo or on Orchard Street. We had a great time, we
always do shopping and sightseeing and walking, the only time we got a taxi is when we got there and when
we were going home.
Here are some photos I took while there I also have a couple on instagram
1st day in NYC!
I thought I got more pictures of the apartment, I must not have, you can see the bedroom from
this photo, most of the furniture was from Ikea. In the bedroom were two closets from Ikea that
had frosted glass on the doors, I loved them! I wished I would have got a picture of them.
China town is mostly all Chinese, most that we encountered couldn’t speak English!
Oh, the hotdogs on the streets of NYC are so good and only $2.00!
We passed this market everyday…
Look at the flowers, I just loved them!
We shopped and stopped in the boutiques, this one below is a vintage one, I saw a lot of 70’s clothes and
they were expensive.
Now for some beautiful brownstones!
I loved this one below, if I lived there I think I would
have did the same as she did. The door is fantastic!
Here is the rent for apartments… not even near Broadway or Times Square!
This is the Washington Park, I think, they had a couple musicians playing there.
Further into the park they had jumping rope contest, I could never jump that fast!
Here was the best thing of all to me,
A bookstore, sort of like on You Got Mail! I could have stayed in there
all day long, it was so neat and much bigger than this pic shows!
This is what NYC kids do, they swim in the fountains!
Of course I could have taken a lot more pictures but I just had my
iPhone with me and got tired of taking it in and out of my handbag and juggling
If you ever get a chance to visit NYC do so, I’ve been there four times
and I still haven’t seen everything that the city has to offer. We opted out of
seeing the 911 museum I just didn’t know if I could handle it…maybe next time!