Remember the guide book I posted about? It was a god send. At one point, none of our phone maps/gps/directions were working so we actually used the map that Nicki made for me. Good to know paper can still get the job done :) Here are just a few shots from my trip.
We stayed in Christine's Greenwich Village apartment and it really made such a difference. It was nice to come back to a cozy place. Plus, it's pretty much the best neighborhood for restaurants and shopping. I really think you see so much more of a city when you stay somewhere other than a hotel.
It's really an amazing city. If I was visiting the US from another country, NYC would be at the top of my list. I hear it's supposed to snow on Saturday. I'm happy we left just in time. No way I can handle real weather.
If you're like me, as soon as you get home from a trip you're already planning the next one. I've got wanderlust for sure.
Next stop- Hotlanta! Tony has to go for work for a few days so I am tagging along then we'll spend four days exploring the city. I've never been so I am very excited.
Any recommendations for Atlanta? I'm completely clueless. I don't know what neighborhoods to check out, what restaurants to go to, or what shops to see.
If only I could get a handmade guidebook to all the cities I visit- I'd have it made ;)
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
All photos taken with my iphone 4 then edited with instagram.
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