Walk This Way

October 19, 2006

New York – the city that never sleeps and always inspires. Need ideas? Take a look around, at the people, the buildings, the river, the streets, the lights. It’s got style!

I’ve always thought that you cannot say we’ve seen America until you see NY.

I have been living in a city my whole life, ever since we moved to Florida.

I’m not quite living in the Everglades, but life here is different.
My husband and I have decided to visit New York City. No..we don’t know anybody
there, we’ve simply booked a hotel, bought the plain tickets and went for a walk.

Three long days of walking the streets of Manhattan.

Waw! How I’ve missed seeing so many people walking on the street…the cabs, the restaurants, the art, the architecture!

I loved it! It seemed more like home to me, I think I could move there right now and enjoy it for at least a few months.

Anyway, my favorite place remains Cluj-Napoca, Romania…Somehow there is no place like home, no matter how pretty other places are.

We’ve staid at Hotel Pennsylvania, right across from Madison Square Garden and the Penn Station.

It is a really old building, pretty…dirty. The location is great though: FASHION AVENUE!


I have had the pleasure of taking a walk down Fashion
Avenue, and dreaming of becoming a professional fashion designer.






After a looong day of walking, getting closer to the hotel, the corner of Fashion Avenue with 33rd street gives a view of Times Square and the top of the Empire State Building. Here are some of my husbands photos: http://www.flickr.com/photos/mariusp/
Making our way from the Public Library to Times Square, Bryant Park was a surprising breath of fresh air, hidden between the tall buildings.




Tonight I am looking back to the New York trip and also looking forward to seeing the final episode of Project Runway, at the Olympus Fashion Week in Bryan Park.

http://projectrunway.seenon.com/

May the best designer win! I haven’t decided yet who’s my favorite…

Other places where I have been:


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