As much as I love Chicago, nothing really gives me an adrenaline rush like visiting New York City. We lived there for quite a while, before we moved to Chicago, and we were pretty sure that we wouldn’t miss it too much… the rush hour subway commutes, the garbage piled up on the sidewalks and the feeling like you always had to walk like you were on a mission.
After leaving, we realized there was a lot that we loved about the Big Apple, and on our visit there this last month, we tried to soak up all those things – here are just a few of them…
1. The Met There’s no art museum in the US that compares – this art lover could wander through its galleries forever! The following pics are from the Egyptian and Ancient Near East art galleries.
This Renaissance era statue of a siren should look pretty familiar…
Probably one of my favorite parts of the museum is watching artists sketch in the sculpture garden!
2. The Food (and the drinks)… China Town bakery (below)
Cookshop & Red Rice Beer
3. The Architecture
4. The Shopping
5. The People The city was buzzing as Occupy NYC marched down 5th ave (at 14th Street)