I got back to NYC from Chicago around noon on Friday and checked into my hotel on the Bowery: the Bowery House where I had already stayed last year in May. The Bowery House is a former flop house which was made into a stylish hotel. The location is perfect: on the Bowery between East Houston… Read More NYC. A weekend in the city. (May 2016 recap)
I just came back from my trip to New York and Madrid. For the first 3 nights I stayed at the Bowery House: a former flop-house now turned into a stylish hostel. The rooms (cabins) do not have a ceiling and only thin walls but the price (~$75/night) and location are unbeatable. I loved their… Read More NYC. Recap & favourite Instagrams. May 2015 – Day 1-5
2 years ago I posted my first entry on this blog (this one) and since then I’ve managed to post 300 times! Yay! Thank you to everyone who stopped by or even reads regularly! The picture above is of my most read post: “The HELLO, I LOVE YOU stairs in SoHo” and the one below… Read More 2 years and 300 posts!
the wall (also know as “gateway to soho”) is huge piece of public art on the corner of west houston and broadway. the artwork of sculptor forrest myers, consisting of 42 green steel braces on a blue background, was installed in 1973. Unfortunately it was removed for 5 years from 2002 until 2007. more permanent… Read More nyc. manhattan. public art. the wall in soho.
[these stairs definitely belong to the little things that make me happy in nyc. seen at opening ceremony on howard street.] Related articles nyc. manhattan. public art. the wall in soho. nyc. manhattan. in the village. nyc. manhattan and brooklyn seen from the east river ferry. los angeles. the grove. nyc. queens. long island city.… Read More nyc. soho. hello, i love you stairs.
housing works is a non profit organization based in new york helping homeless people living with hiv/aids. “In 1990, four members of the legendary AIDS activist group ACT UP—Keith Cylar, Charles King, Eric Sawyer and Virginia Shubert—decided to dedicate themselves to serving one of New York City’s most neglected populations: the tens of thousands of homeless men, women, and… Read More nyc. housing works. bookstore and cafe.