Summer Reflections!!!

Hi everyone!!! ~~~ I'd like to thank all my readers and travel blogging companions for all the wonderful interactions through the summer. This community has been so helpful in shaping my goals, interests, and writing. I'm incredibly happy to have kick-started my blogging project over the year, and writing has been a constant source of [...]

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Bridges in my Travels

A measly collection of pictures of bridges I've seen in my travels. These very important inventions that connect people, places, and things. They're fascinating, inspiring, romantic, and will never go out of style. ­čśë Enjoy!  A response to Photo Challenge: Bridge

Practical Things to Know About Moving from a Small Town to New York City

This is a message to those who wish to move to the city, but are scared of the dreaded unknown. This is a message to parents or friends who have loved ones wanting to move to city and are afraid for them. Everything will be okay.  When I decided to move to New York City, I [...]

A Step Into The Past: ´╗┐Medieval Festival in NYC

Once a year, the Medieval Festival brings to life the traditions and spirit of the Renaissance days. Manhattan's Fort Tryon Park transforms into a medieval market town decorated with eye-catching bright banners and processional flags. Performers and festival goers dress in medieval costume and speak Old English. Visitors are greeted by medieval music, dance, magic, and [...]

I Go Where My Feet Takes Me

New York has been especially beautiful lately. We were biking down Hudson River Greenway┬áwhen I saw an excellent bench to sit with a great view of the water and the skyline. We brought our books and sandwiches, and have all the time in the world to sit and creepily watch people walk by.   A [...]

Review: Sunset Boulevard Starring Glenn Close on Broadway for $55

There's nothing like waking up Saturday morning and finding out we won lottery tickets to the Broadway production Sunset Boulevard for $55. Widely considered the highest level of commercial theater, we were quickly hooked on Broadway performances. Typically, Broadway shows usually range about $100-$500. In the past four months, we have won over ten Broadway show [...]

Free New York: Food and Music Festival in Brooklyn

New York is a giant hub of free things to do. There are always free performances on the sidewalk of busy streets in NYC, from street art to live music, from people on stilts to break dancers on subways, there's a little bit of fun for everyone. My recent favorite is listening to a saxophonist who [...]