My NYC Photo Diary

Litchenstien at the Met

If you missed it, the Mr and I went to New York back in April to celebrate my birthday. At the time I blogged about taking on Top of The Rock and an OOTD from our stroll along The High Line but we packed in so much more that I thought it only right to put together a little photo diary of the trip.

As well as the aforementioned outings to Top of The Rock and The High Line, we visited Brooklyn, Instagramed cupcakes, took in an off-Broadway show, ate our bodyweight in pizza and hunted down the best lox bagels in the city. It was a whirlwind weekend (aren’t they always?) and I hope this won’t be my last visit to the Big Apple now that we’re on this side of the pond.

Here are some of my favourite snaps from the weekend…

Bagel from essa-bagel NYC
Lox and cream cheese bagel from Ess-a-Bagel
View of the Empire State Building
View of the Empire State Building from Rockefeller Center
Mr Ship-Shape
Mr Ship-Shape enjoying the East Village
Downtown NY graffiti
I loved the graffiti and street art that populated New York’s walls
Lombardis pizza NYC
Pizza from the infamous Lombardi’s, located in NoLita
Fairy light trees in the East Village
Fairy light-wrapped trees lined this street in the East Village
Grimaldis pizza in Brooklyn
More pizza! This time from Grimaldi’s in Brooklyn
The view from DUMBO, Brooklyn
The view from DUMBO, Brooklyn, where you can see the Empire State Building framed under Manhattan Bridge
Bedford Avenue Brooklyn
Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn, which reminded me of Camden Market in London
High Line wall art New York
Wall art we spotted on our walk along The High Line
The Magnolia Bakery West Village
It wouldn’t be a trip to New York without a visit to The Magnolia Bakery
New York Brownstone building
A classic brown stone building. Yes, I did have a little SATC moment!

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5 Comment

  1. You’re making me want to visit New York even more!

    1. SJ says: Reply

      Do it, do it!

  2. Tara says: Reply

    Such impressive shots! That bridge photo…Wowza!

    1. SJ says: Reply

      Thanks Tara! It was like walking around the most photogenic city ever!

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