An Afternoon Stroll in New York City

We visited New York during President’s Day last Monday. A blogger friend of mine contacted me that she and her husband moved to New York. I was ecstatic and we made a plan to have a get together. We’ve known only from our blogs and this was the first physical meeting that we had. My family went along since the children had a week off from their school. We took the train and on the way to meet my friend, we strolled along Manhattan and amazed in the city scene. Then after my friend and I have done with our hugs and kisses, we took more stroll full with interesting chat and sightseeing. Although I have visited this unstoppable city so many times, I always found something unique or intriguing around. There’s always something attracting when you were in New York and when you think you get used to it, it changed before your eyes without you even realized it.

Radio City Music Hall on 6th Avenue

Radio City Music Hall, New York

Granite chairs and tables at 7th Avenue

Marble chairs & tables

Hare on Bell, a sculpture by Barry Flanagan, at Equitable Life Tower West, 7th Avenue

Hare on Bell Sculpture

50th Street subway station sign

New York Subway Sign

Flower shop in Manhattan


The Flower Shop

An Italian restaurant in Manhattan

Italian Restaurant

Balloon Flower, a sculpture by Jeff Koons, at Financial District & WTC site

Balloon Flower - WTC

Benches at Battery Park City

Benches at Battery Park City

World Trade Center site as seen from World Financial Center


The View from World Financial Center of WTC Site

The view of New Jersey from Battery Park City, New York

New Jersey As Seen from Battery Park City

The One World Trade Center’s construction among the buildings in World Financial Center

One World Trade Center & World Financial Center

Giant wall advertising baring David Beckham

David Beckham's Wall Ad