Monthly Archives: June 2013

Happy One Year Anniversary Photo Blog!!!!!

Ok, so I didn’t realize that I’ve been on here for a year already. Wow! So due to this and a very crazily filled weekend instead of the blog I promised this week of the St. Ignatius of Antioch Church, … Continue reading

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Washington Square Park: The Arch and Some Street Performances

In the heart of the Village, surrounded by NYU, we have Washington Square Park. It’s a nice park to sit in – be it on a bench or the fountain, play some chess, see some street performances, or just watch … Continue reading

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A Bit of the West Village

The West Village is a popular area, especially for the LGBT community and students of NYU. Sadly, it has been invaded by various franchises, but there is still a bunch of Village flavor on side streets which includes piano bars, … Continue reading

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Bryant Park and a Bit North

It’s a very popular lunch spot in the heart of Midtown, but it’s also one that is filled with various construction obstructions a good chunk of the year be it an ice rink, a shopping mall, and/or a movie screen. … Continue reading

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A Sunny Day on the Brooklyn Bridge in DUMBO

After my trip earlier in the year across the Brooklyn Bridge, I wanted to go back when the weather was nicer. Opportunely, I was attending a show in DUMBO and had more than enough time to walk the bridge beforehand. … Continue reading

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