Things I have to buy while travelling: visionary and colorful printed shirts.
No clue what the L stands for, I liked all the tiny details in it.
The print is extra large for sure.^^
So this was the last full day in New York and we had almost emptyed our schedule for sight-seeing: only two parks and some shopping plans were left to do.
After breakfast with J.’s monster toast, which he kindly documented for us, we started off for a walk in – or rather “walk on” – the Highline Park.
The park used to be an elevated railroad track in the meatpacking district, from 1934 to the 1980’s. Thereafter, Continue reading
We woke up at an appropriate New York time and decided to have a walk in Brooklyn to explore our neighbourhood. It was still warm, but cloudy and the weather report predicted rain in the late afternoon. Very typical for New York is the green gardening, usually neighbours from the block create a small park on untiled ground with a fence to close it for the nights and reopen it to public during daytime.
The night before, I found a local shop on Continue reading