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Flatiron Building, New York City, USA

Flatiron Building: History and Architecture

As I stood in the heart of Manhattan, gazing up at the towering structure that seemed to defy the laws of gravity, I couldn’t help but marvel at the iconic Flatiron Building. Its triangular shape and intricate details spoke volumes about the history and architectural brilliance that have made it a symbol of New York City. Flatiron Building, New York City, USA...

Central Park, New York City, NY, USA

Central Park In Black and White

Strolling through Central Park in New York City during the summer months is an experience unlike any other. As I step into this oasis nestled amidst the towering skyscrapers and bustling streets, I feel a sense of calm wash over me, a respite from the city’s frenetic energy. Central Park isn’t just a place; it’s a sanctuary where nature and urban...

Brooklyn Bridge, New York City, NY, USA

The Rich Tapestry of the Brooklyn Bridge

As I embarked on my journey across the Brooklyn Bridge, I couldn’t help but be captivated by the rich tapestry of history and architecture that unfolded before me. This iconic structure, spanning the East River and connecting the boroughs of Manhattan and Brooklyn, beckoned me with its timeless allure and grandeur. Brooklyn Bridge, New York City, NY, USA...

Merry Christmas from New York City

Merry Christmas from New York City

There is no other place like New York City at Christmas time! Lights, crowds of people, the skating rink at the Rockefeller Center and of course Radio City Christmas Spectacular: Radio City Rockettes at the Radio City Hall. It’s our family tradition, as NYC is our second home. Rockefeller Center Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree Ralph Lauren Hot Chocolate Stand...

Inside the Oculus, New York's Train Station

Inside the Oculus, New York’s Train Station

The Interior of the World Trade Center Transportation Hub, which opened to the public in 2016, is spectacular, but that’s given since the glass-and-steel structure was designed by Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava. I had seen the outside of the building a few times when I was in New York City when it was still under construction. It was a pleasure to step...