Woody Allen said, “There is no question that there is an unseen world. The problem is, how far is it from midtown and how late is it open?”
Last week, Gyorgyi and I were in NYC. We stayed with my awesome cousin, Brandy in her Gramercy apartment. We experienced a true, NYC Halloween, toured from the Bowery to Spanish Harlem. We saw the fantastic Addams Family on Broadway, calculated inches in the tenements, stalked Jennifer Aniston, ate bagels on a tour bus, and experienced as many must do’s (like Shake Shack, Gray’s and Dim Sum in Chinatown) and we could.
New York City hides so many unseen alleys that I wish we had a year to investigate. But in the time that we did visit, we certainly felt the prowess of a super-city. The quiet and the vocal. Times Square and Curry Hill. An elevator to the 80th floor and a simple, Sunday dumpling.
I’m a European blogger, so maybe I have no say whatsoever. But if you’re considering going, go. Eat, explore, indulge. Walk fast across the avenues and slow through the parks. Go to NYC as Kurt Vonnegut says: “…to be born again.”
(click on the picture for our NYC slideshow)
a simple sunday dumpling! i love it.
it would have been more honest if i wrote “fifty simple sunday dumplings” but it doesn’t have quiet the same ring 🙂
Orbanistas talk a good game about sniapmtg down on corruption. What they are concerned with is settling old scores and rightly punishing past corruption.Where are the bold new plans to reform openness in public expenditure now that they have their hands on the nation’s money?