Destination: NYC

This weekend was not spent near a cabin on the lake or on a quiet cove at the beach, and as inviting as these two destinations sound a few of us hit the pavement in NYC visiting museums before exhibits left the city on July 29th. Arriving late on Friday due to traffic, we settled into “Gotham’s” rhythm and spent the evening in SoHo shopping at a few of our favorite haunts.

Last night after dinner we walked the High Line {about 1.45 miles} in the Meat Packing District, which has a unique vantage. A park built on disused land on the former NY Central Railroad lines. You can walk viewing art, and seeing new buildings created by talented architects.

Travel stylishly,
K.

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7 thoughts on “Destination: NYC

  1. Beautiful , glad you went at night when it wasn’t as crowded or as hot and humid. The Highline is one of the top tourists attractions in the city. Haven’t been there in awhile but I walked the whole length of it from 34th and 12th to the Whitney museum at Gansevoort Street and back . Happy birthday belatedly .

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    1. Thank you so much for the birthday mention, and I had a great time being in NYC to celebrate the occasion. As we perused the museums and shops, it was always great to stop and have a cocktail in the late afternoon.

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    1. Thank you for your kind words, I had a wonderful time perusing the Highline before it closed at 11pm. And, though it was extremely hot during the day, it was pleasant walking at sunset.

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