Brooklyn Bridge

The most beautiful suspension bridge I have ever seen.  If I lived near Brooklyn I would frequent this often (like every day probably).  There are both pathways to walk and bike across the mile long historical landmark, and walking across you get spectacular views of both Manhattan and Brooklyn. This bridge was at the top … More Brooklyn Bridge

Central Park

  Do I even need to say anything about this park? Obviously the largest landmark in all of NYC . . . I could run endlessly here.  Biking, live music, baseball games, boat rides, horsedrawn carriages, lunch at the Boathouse – there is no limit to what you may find, see, hear, or smell, in … More Central Park

Fort Tyron Park

Probably since it is located so high up on the island (W 192 St & Riverside Dr), I would consider this one of NYC’s top underrated parks.  With tons of pathways perfect for running, or strolling around during study breaks like I do (lol), it is an 8 mile stretch of beautiful greenery.  It is also … More Fort Tyron Park

Grocery Shop NYC

Local Markets – I tend to avoid any kind of local NYC grocery store or market if I can.  Usually prices are hiked up 200%-300%.  The first day I was in NYC i almost bought a $5 Clif Bar #NeverAgain Trader Joes – I live for Trader Joes.  Not only do I trust the food and … More Grocery Shop NYC

Subway 101

A few helpful tips for subway navigation. . . Download the “NYC Subway” App – I love this app because it has a nice colorful representation of all of the subway lines on top of a map of Manhattan.  It also connects with GPS to locate you and will tell you the arrival and departure times … More Subway 101