Big Apple : Part 1

We arrived at night so waking up to blue skies and Brownstones was truly breathtaking.


Experience with the Subway = confusing but we always got where we needed. Additional transportation note, I do think Taxis are better than Uber in the City, tended to be cheaper slash no surcharge.


First meal in the City, Brooklyn Bagel Company. Look at all that Schmear! IMG_6487IMG_6488IMG_6489IMG_6490

Cruised down 8th ave, eating our bagels on our way to the Whitney. It was such a wonderful walk on this glorious Spring day.IMG_6492

View from Top of the Whitney.


The High Line from above. A must walk in NYC.IMG_6500IMG_6501IMG_6502IMG_6503IMG_6504IMG_6505IMG_6507IMG_6508Brooklyn, A subway ride away.IMG_6509IMG_6511IMG_6512IMG_6513IMG_6566IMG_6516IMG_6519IMG_6520Another must do: Brooklyn Bridge.IMG_6523IMG_6525IMG_6526IMG_6527IMG_6528IMG_6529IMG_6530IMG_6532IMG_6542IMG_6544IMG_6545 To be honest if I was traveling alone or with different friends I might not have gone to  the One World Trade Center or the 9/11 Memorial Museum but I think it was a really worthwhile experience and while heartbreaking its important to remember. IMG_6546

At this point we embarked on a bit of a German Beer Hall extravaganza. Loreley, nice German beer selection and a fun place to watch local games.Very lively. Zum Schneider has just about the cutest decor ever.IMG_6547IMG_6548When you can’t get a dinner reservation until 10:30 you go get dessertIMG_6549IMG_6551IMG_6552IMG_6554

and then a beer… at the Barcade. Great beer selection and games ( if you are in to that sorta thing.)IMG_6556

German Beer and Wiener Schnitzel at Edi and the Wolf.IMG_6557IMG_6559IMG_6563IMG_6564

We ended the night at Gotham Comedy Club which was the BEST. Sure it started after Midnight but when in NYC one must comedy.