NYC Day 3 – Fort Greene

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.

parkslope2The night before, I found a local shop on the internet called Brooklyn Industries that sells selfmade printed T-Shirts. Since I love printed shirts, I wanted to check out their styles and had my first shopping list checked.

brooklynindustrieslogoIn the afternoon we took the Q Train to Manhattan again and walked around visiting more shops in downtown while it started to rain.

rainysohoWhen the rain got heavier, we went back to Brooklyn and had our first look into several organic food shops close to our house with a great variety of gluten-free stuff like bread, cookies and some awesome meatballs that simply made me happy. We cooked at home and had some drinks, which was nice after the “Manhattan Marathon” we did the other day.