Tag Archive | 5th Avenue

NYC – NYC Public Library – Remembering the 60s

  NYC has so much to offer and many times you can enjoy them cost-free. The 42nd Street Public Library has rotating exhibitions as well as opportunity to visit inside a really big library with lots of character. An added bonus is just a few blocks away from Times Square, Rockefeller Center and maybe the […]

NYC – Sunday in Washington Square Park – drizzle and all

Some days are just gloomy and sometimes there is a drizzle that make it just a little bit different. what better time to visit Washington Square Park and environs. Here is my walk in pictures… The Park       Art Show       Streets (Mac Dougall – West 3rd – Thompson ) – […]

NYC – Visitors Check List – things to do – must see places -don’t miss

Updated July 2016 Visiting a city for the first time can be confusing but one of the benefits can also be exciting. Imagine yourself exploring parts of the city and finding the unexpected.  This Blog will give you some of the highlights of NYC. However, the city is best experienced if you wander past the […]

NYC – Puerto Rican Parade

update …The parade is still great… June 12, 2016… STILL TIME TO GO! I am always amazed at the number of families that turn out to watch this parade. It is the loudest, most-colorful and lively parade in the city. The people  take a lot of pride in their heritage. The parade is full of […]

NYC – FINAL DATES – Christmas Window Displays – 2015

New York City is a wonderful place to visit during the holiday season, particularly because of the beautiful decorations at many city stores and landmarks. While it too early to know the exact date of each store display here is a preview of what is coming.   Before starting out  It might help, in your […]

NYC – Fall in Central Park -Metropolitan Museum Area

Fall in Central Park I was near the Metropolitan Museum (5th Ave/ 84th Street) when I got thinking that many people who visit the Museum may not know what is behind the building. So here are a few photographs from the park, I started from 5th Avenue and east 84th Street through the park ending […]

Jewish Museum – worth the visit

  If you have been following my blog then you know that I try to take walks in many neighborhoods. In previous articles, I have mentioned that there are times during the week when museums are either free or pay-as-you-wish. Also, there are some that are “donations”. Here is a link to a list of […]