Monday, January 26, 2015

48 Hours in NYC

Hello dear readers. I'm just back from a whirlwind visit to New York, where I accompanied my husband on a business trip. He worked all day, while I hoofed it around Midtown and spent a few lovely hours with dear friends. I'll be back to my regular programing tomorrow, but in the meantime, here's a little photo tour of my time alone in the Big Apple.













11 comments:

Julia said...

Que bonito post, me he paseado por tu bloc y me ha encantado.
Te animo a hacer una ojeada en el post de esta semana y seguro que veras algunas ideas realmente interesantes.Deseo que te guste y si es así me alegraria que te hicieras seguidora. gracias por visitarme.
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Daisy said...

These photos are lovely!

Daisy said...

These photos are lovely!

NotesFromAbroad said...

Since we came back to NY .. a year ago .. I still have not been to the "new" Modern ! Great photos .. glad you got to have a nice whirlwind visit :)

Juliette Williams said...

Your photos are really lovely!

Betsy said...

So glad you saw the Matisse cut-outs. I saw a marvelous segment about that exhibit - probably on CBS Sunday morning!! Also, really good you beat the blizzard leaving NYC.

Wendy said...

How fun! My husband and I just booked a trip to Maine and NYC in early May. I'm more excited than I thought I would be. May I ask which hotel you used and what you thought of it? There are so many choices and the prices so crazy that I'm second guessing my choice!

Sarah Greenman said...

We stayed at the Crowne Plaza in Times Square because my husband was there for work - we did not pay for the hotel, so I have no idea what their rooms go for. It was nice because we were really central and the rooms were super clean.

anne charriere vintage said...

Beautiful shots of NY, I just love this city!!
Thank you for sharing,
Anne.

anne charriere vintage said...

Beautiful pictures from NY, I so much love this city!!

Thank you for sharing,

Anne.

Emily said...

My very favorite city. And the O. Wilde quote hit me like a ton of bricks as I had a dinner party with a group of bankers the other night and all we discussed was great literature!