The Ultimate Guide to New York City

Ah, New York.

What an incredible and magical city. And one with just so much to explore. Trust me, you never ever get bored in New York City, and if you do, well you’re doing something wrong.

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City Guides: Christmas in New York

Ah, Christmas in the city – pretty much my absolute favorite time to be in New York. For starters, the lights. So many lights! I mean every street is practically sparkling. Then, of course there are all the craft markets that make you all warm and fuzzy. Let’s not forget about the food. Hot apple cider paired with a warm gingerbread cookie, anyone?

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City Guides: Greenwich / West Village

I’m so stoked to be sharing with you all another NYC city guide on the blog today! Greenwich and the West Village are two of our favorite neighborhoods to explore in Manhattan. So much to see. So much to do. And of course, my favorite, so much to eat! The only challenge is trying to find enough time to do it all!

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City Guides: Chelsea

The neighborhood of Chelsea is an eclectic gem in New York. From the infamous Highline and Chelsea Market, to all the delicious eateries, bars, and cafes, I don’t think one could really become bored in this area of the city. Not to mention all the things to do – think art galleries, golfing on the water, trapezing on rooftops, and market hopping. You name it, Chelsea has it, which is why that’s so many people love it so. Us included!

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City Guides: Central Park

Oh, New York’s charming Central Park. Located in the heart of Manhattan, this 843-acre area is more than just the average park. It is by far one of the city’s most prized possessions. And one that took more than 15 years and 20,000 workers to complete. [Yeah, I was shocked by that fun fact as well.] Yet, when you live in a true concrete jungle with hardly any nature in sight, it is easy to understand why Central Park is such a cherished gemstone.

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City Guides: Soho / Nolita

Historic cast-iron architecture. Charming cobblestone streets. Darling bakeries & cafes on basically ever corner. These are just a few of the many things I adore about the quaint neighborhoods of SoHo & Nolita. To me, these two areas are some of New York’s finest. And cutest. From chowing down at unique [and delicious] brunch spots, to marveling at all the local art lining the streets, these neighborhoods give off such a vibe that will keep your excitement and curiosity thriving. But enough of me yapping away. Check out this city guide for yourself!

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