New York And Its Fascinating Skyline

After we visited the Empire State Building, we had some free time before dinner, so we just walked around the city. The sun was getting ready to go down and its sunbeams were reflecting on the windows and facades of the building. It was so beautiful. We sat on a bench in a small park,…

Top 5 Places I’d love to revisit

I have to admit that I am a “Re”-woman. And now you are thinking – “what the **** is a re-woman. Let me explain. As much as I love trying new things and visiting new places, sometimes I have the need to do some things again…and again. I like to re-listen songs, to re-watch movies…

In New York with no money

It was my first summer in the USA. I’ve already told you about my visits to Trip to Thousand Islands , Niagara Falls and Montauk . I’ve also told you about my little trips to the city that never sleeps – New York part 1 , New York part 2 , and my visits to The American Museum of Natural History and Madame Tussauds Wax Museum. I shared with you…

New York City – The American Museum of Natural History

Our third visit in The Big Apple, was in late August. We took the train at 4 a.m. this time, because we wanted to visit two museums, and as you might know, they do not open at 6 a.m.. We headed to Time Square, just to feel the vibe there, and our next stop was…

Central Park – My true love

  It was 4.30 am when we arrived at Penn Station. We had coffee in Starbucks and when it was no longer dark outside, we were ready for a day full of adventures. The morning was a little chilly, but we could still feel the heaviness of the air. The sunlight was trying to make its…

My first date with New York City (part 2)

After the disappointing visit to the Statue of Liberty, we headed to Brooklyn Bridge. As I said in an earlier post, I have a strange love towards bridges, so this was very pleasing for me. The path on the bridge was divided by a white line and everybody was walking on the right half. I, of…

My first date with New York City (part 1)

The day I first met New York City, will always remain in my mind. Memories, that every time make my heart skip a beat and I stop breathing for a second. Nostalgia! How can I miss a city so much?

Montauk, NY <3

When we arrived in Montauk, we were stunned. When the train approached the station, the only things we could see were trees. The fear on our faces was obvious, my mind screamed – run! Going down to the station, we found that we were in the middle of nowhere – literally. Fortunately , there were taxis at the station. This…