Staycation in New York City
Checking in from ‘Grandmothers visiting’-week. We’ve been so busy exploring, and I’m telling you I’ve rediscovered my love for New York lately. Maybe it has a little bit to do with the fact that Spring is slowly arriving, or maybe it’s just because I’ve had more time for it.
Monday we had coffee at Tartine in Greenwich Village, which is just such a cozy place. We sat outside in the sun, and it was such a magical moment with nothing but happiness. I love the small streets of Greenwich. They’re so quiet, and it’s hard to believe you’re in the middle of New York City. We also walked the Highline, which just seems to be so popular amongst tourists. I used to work at 18th & 10th, so I would sit there during lunch in the sun and just enjoy a calm moment, but it’s seriously busy up there now. Still a wonderful walk though, so I definitely recommend it, if you find yourself close to that with 30 minutes to spare.
As we speak I’m sat at Dr. Smood on Broome St drinking a matcha latte and taking care of some emails. There’s quite a bit to catch up on now that I’ve been staycationing with my grandmothers. This morning I put them on a bus to Washington DC, and they will then return tomorrow for a weekend here in New York before they go back to Denmark. And yes, we have already made plans for our weekend. Saturday is supposed to be Summer-like, so we’re going to the flea market in Dumbo to enjoy that, and then maybe a walk in Central Park later on. Sunday is museum day at the MET. A week full of content.
I hope you’re all having a lovely week so far. It’s almost Friday, and then the weekend will arrive shortly after. Do you have any plans? Let me know down below.