There is so much going on in New York in terms of art it’s difficult to choose, but a short visit only allows for the highlights and so – the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art is a definite must.
Last year, I traveled up from Florida to visit my sister in New York City for the Christmas New Years holidays. I got to visit many of the NYC landmarks, but as I’m now in academia I try to make
Cleverly recycling an unused old railway since the 1960s, New York City has transformed the elevated pathway into a park. Covering over a mile, you’ll walk along a green looking down at the the streets of Chelsea and overlooking the
The Eldrige Street Museum was a lovely unexpected surprise, being based in an old 1887 synagogue of the former Jewish community that once lived near today’s China Town. I came up from an exchange in Florida to cold New York
Every city should have a Central Park. This should be made a rule taught to every urban architect in the 101 Introduction to Urban Planning course in undergrad and added to every country’s constitution by law – each major urban
On my recent visit to New York City I was staying in a small artist apartment near Prospect Park in Brooklyn. Lady luck was good to me that week as I found out that Leonard Cohen – one of the
New York City is everything I remembered it to be and much more. Last time I was in NYC as a tourist, it was 2001 just after 9/11 to visit a friend studying in Julliard, and it was a bit
After the visit to the wonderful Watkins Glen and a hiking around the Finger Lakes region I headed down to Corning, a lovely little town mainly known for their glass industry. The Corning Glass Museum hosts one of the most
Cruising down through New York State from Buffalo towards Pennsylvania and Washington DC, I got to visit some nice natural spots, but the only hike I did was in the wonderful Watkins Glen State Park climbing up the Finger Lakes.