Cambridge Photographer | Personal Post | Englishwoman in New York

March 30, 2017  •  Leave a Comment

Cambridge Photographer | Personal Post | Englishwoman in New York

I haven't had a holiday for quite a few years (awwww), so when my daughter said that she had a week off work in February and did i fancy going somewhere, i thought about it........ only for moment or two and then shouted yes!

I told her that it couldn't be too far away and needed to be warm............... so we booked ....... New York. That didn't fit either did it!

But what a city.  If you have never been, then all i can say is go. Go and walk everywhere. It's an amazing city.  You cannot comprehend how tall everything is. How noisy everywhere is. How blinkin fabulous it all is.

We only scratched the surface and didn't complete the list of places we wanted to see.  What we did do was walk over 40 miles, drank lots of cawfee, ate pancakes, saw great sights, shopped, slept and had an amazing time.

Here are some of the photos i took during our 5 days there.  Taken on Samsung phone, Canon G5X or Fuji XPro1.

We visited Central Park, Tiffany, Rockerfella Centre, Empire State Building, enjoyed the Harbour tour around Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty and also stumbled across a familiar looking person in Bloomingdales.  SJP herself eeeek!  and this was the day before we headed out on the Sex and the City tour.

At Heathrow and off we go. Goodbye England

Perfect films for the flight

The view from the plane window.  Ireland under the clouds and then Canada

Our first view of the city from the taxi

New York streets

Views from The Empire State Building at Night

Shopping........ why not!

Times Square

Top of the Rock. Rocerfella Centre

Loved it up here so much we went 3 times

The 911 Memorial Museum

Central Park and the Ghostbusters building in the fog

John Lennon Imagine Memorial

New York Harbor Tour

Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island

Sex and the City Tour, starting at The Plaza

Carrie's apartment

The Magnolia Bakery where Carrie and Miranda sat outside

O'Nieal's otherwise know as Scout. The bar Aiden owned

Grand central station

Going home


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