Five Random Things I Like About NYC

I visit New York City so often, I don’t think of my trips north as a TRIP, but it occurred to me this weekend that New York is always a trip. Just because I don’t feel like a tourist in New York City, doesn’t mean there isn’t plenty to say. New York is one of the most interesting and dynamic cities in the world, and besides, I always have plenty to say.

So here are some of the unique sights I enjoyed over my short trip to the land of The Boyfriend and other fun things. You won’t find any classic tourist shots, just odds and ends that caught my eye and continuously remind me that this city is full of suprises.

1. Street Art.



2. The High Line. The High Line is a public park bulilt on an old elevated rail line on Manhattan’s west side from 30th Street down to Gansevoort Street in the Meatpacking District.




3. Signs that Make No Sense At All.


Well, if Anonymous says it’s the best, it must be true.



4. Frozen Yogurt on the Go. I am a froyo fanatic. I’m convinced heaven will constitute an unlimited supply of frozen yogurt and diet coke. And if you’re one of those people who like to remind people like me that frozen yogurt is a pathetic replacement for ice cream and can’t possibly be fat-free, then you are officially banished from this site. Okay, I take that back. I cannot afford to banish anyone from this site, even evil frozen yogurt haters. I reluctantly welcome you back into the fold. Anywhoo, I thought this was kind of awesome. I’d like one parked right outside my apartment please.

5. High Fashion.


Seriously? Seriously? It’s 80 degrees outside. Seriously?


At least she’s patriotic. I’ll give her that.


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