Urban Exploring #NYCLife18

On Wednesday Amanda and I went into the city to take some cool shots and just have a lovely day. Once again we ate lunch a By CHLOE's in Greenwich, don't judge it's my fav. We had previously decided that we wanted to go to the Flatiron building and than eat dinner a a vegan sushi place and that basically planed out the road we needed to follow. Firstly we saw Washington square park, it's concrete arch stood beautifully in the sunshine and it was nicely warm outside. Amanda stumbled upon a hidden treasure after that, it were houses of students of NYU which caused us a minor breakdown. The road was made out of cobble stones, extremely rare in NY, and all the houses looked like they were right out of an old city in France. Not that weird considering we later found out it was called La Maison Francaise. Following our route we passed Union square market were we got a vegan cookie what we would safe as dessert. The flatiron building is in comparison to the rest of NYC building not that tall but it is definitely worth a visit. We took some good pictures and than finally it was time for some more food. Beyond sushi is a tiny restaurant and easily overlooked, but you can surely not day that about the food. It is just spicy enough and deliciously juicy and fresh. I would love to try some more of their menu.


In the weekend it was movie time again; Renee, Bas, Elien and I were going to see split. I didn't do my research therefore I didn't know what I was about to watch when I walked into the theater. Weird it unquestionably was, but also intriguing. The man who plays the part of well I can't say one name since he has 25 personas, did a fantastic job of making the film extra shocking and a little creepy. I enjoyed it though.
It was sunny on Sunday, no pun intended, making the ferry ride perfect. There is a free ferry between lower Manhattan an Staten Island and during the trip you get an Amazing view of the city's skyline. Close to the ferry's start point is Wall street, and since I had never seen that before I felt obliged to go and have a look. I obviously touched the big balls of the bull, it brings good luck and fortune, disclaimer nothing happend as of yet. After that we went to the lowlife, which was disappointing because it wasn't really build yet causing us to just go shopping. I bought a lovely flowy top from H&M in the sale department having Hawaii already on my mind.

Next weekend I went to a party in the city, the club wasn't that nice but the people were. It was a very fun night. On Sunday we watched the Superbowl, that was rather exciting. Lady Gaga preformed beautifully during the half time show and the game was pretty good as far as I understood of what was going on.

The weekend after that we went to go see Fifty shade darker, I loved Bas' reaction to the 'action' a lot more than the 'action' it's self, it was hilarious. That night I went to another party, Highline Ballroom the club was called. It had nearly naked girls dancing on stilts, definitely a uh experience. On sunday I slept for most of the day and in the evening watched the grammy's. My life is such a roller coaster you don't even want to know about it, wait you already do. Well good for you I guess. Maybe.

Yours Faithfully,



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