Weekly NY Photo #5

The David N. Dinkins Manhattan Municipal Building at 1 Centre Street. Built between 1907 & 1914, this magnificent building at the foot of the Brooklyn Bridge, on the Manhattan side, is named after NYC’s only black mayor, David Dinkins (1990-1993). Not the best mayor perhaps, but definitely not the worst we’ve ever had. Advertisements

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Weekly NY Photo #4

Ken says… May 31st, 2019, my sister and I took a Photowalk from Borough Hall, Brooklyn, over the Brooklyn Bridge, up through Chinatown, and meandering up to 14th Street. This is one shot from my sister’s phone of us on the Brooklyn side of the Brooklyn Bridge. Sun was shining, sky was blue, and the […]

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Coco & Cru – A (hungry-from-all-the-walking!) Dining Review

The humans planned to dine at a particular spot which wasn’t open when they arrived. Could be because their day started at 6:30am with an early walk. They were just too early for lunch at 9am! This area of Manhattan wasn’t familiar dining territory for them so they luckily happened upon this gem of a diner in […]

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Weekly NY Photo #1

Ken says… Wherever we travel, the place we love the most is the place we live. There’s so much in New York that, as long as we’ve lived here (Me/Ken = 38 years, Gabby = her whole life!), there is still, everyday, so much yet to be discovered & experienced that we could never be […]

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Fantastic Filipino Food at KARENDERYA RESTAURANT in NYACK, NY 🍽

This was one of those serendipitous discoveries that you just don’t get enough of in life. We were on a weekend getaway in Nyack, NY, and whilst out walking around – taking in the ambiance, like – we found ourselves inhaling some rather glorious food aromas from a little corner restaurant on Main Street – […]

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Local Tourism #2 – Frieze Sculpture at Rockefeller Center 2019 – a public art initiative

So, yesterday – that being Thursday May 2nd, 2019 – we went down to see what this FRIEZE SCULPTURE thing was all about. It checked off a couple of boxes for us both: It was free It was in the city We needed to get outside There was potential for us to appreciate some art, […]

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