NEW YORK CITY
There is a reason New York City is one of the most popular tourist cities in the world. Millions of people visit the Big Apple every year! I became one of those tourists this past month.
This was my time visiting the concrete jungle. It was everything I wanted and more.
I always take to the internet before any trip. I want to know my entertainment and food options so I don’t spend time researching once I get there. So I research…..
RESOURCES I USED
- Friends & Family
By pre-planning, this allows for opportunities of spontaneity and living in the moment. Can I get a YAS QUEEN!
Below are a few places we hit up. We had an amazing tour guide for most of our trip. She is an amazing resource for NYC life. Find her blog here. → demidiaz.com
- Henry’s Coffee
- Browns’s Bagels
- Penny’s Food Hall
- Rustic Table
- Green Fig
- The West Bank Cafe – Nice Italian
- Bunna Cafe – Vegan Ethiopian
- Calle Dao – Brazilian Inspired
- Tipsy Scoop – tipsyscoop.com
- Rue La La
- Dollar Pizza
Q; What was my favorite part of NYC?
A; I loved the diversity! Seriously, I thrive off that sh**.
Q; What was my least favorite part of NYC?
A; Transportation. Don’t get me wrong, the subway system was hella fun, BUT, I could not imagine depending on it every single day. Nope.
Q; Do I now want to move there?
A; This is always a fun question. I realize that most places I visit, I often return home with the idea of moving to this recently visited place. But, NYC is not one of them. It’s a fantastic city but it’s not for me. New Yorkers are way more badass that I could ever dream of being.
Q; What about entertainment?
A; Yes, about that. We went to the infamous Brooklyn Bridge, Central Park, Rue La La
Q; Where did you guys stay?
A; Hotel Pennsylvania – I would check out the reviews before I recommend. It is in an ideal area, I will say that. The inside of the hotel is questionable, mainly because of how old the building is.
Q; Why did I visit New York?
A; I was sent to NYC with a co-worker to attend SMX, an online marketing conference.