Last Thursday, I flew up to NYC to meet my mom and brother’s girlfriend for a long weekend in the city. There was so much to see and do in such a short amount of time, but since this was our second time in the city, we felt less of a need to do all of the touristy things which left a lot more time to wander around and discover unique little pockets of NYC culture.
One of my highlights, of course, was going to my first studio classes at the Barre3 West Village. But before/after each class, we took time to wander around the Greenwich/West Village area and explore all of the cute little shops and restaurants. For a city, the area had such a smallish neighborhood feel which I loved.
Here are a few highlights:
Grabbing a Green Juice at Liquiteria right next to Barre3
Lunch at Rosemary’s, an adorable rooftop farm to table restaurant.
Walking around the neighborhood/shops:
On Saturday night, we also saw Beautiful, the Carole King musical on broadway which was completely amazing.
And then on Sunday morning, it was misting/sprinkling (it had full on rained the night before), but we still decided to brave the weather and rent bikes to cruise around Central Park. It was definitely not a good day to be wearing white jeans but was a total must do if you’re in the city.
Other Random Shots:
Till next time!