New York

Travel Theme: Garden

Its seems like a long time ago now, but back in New York I made a day trip out to what was, at the time, almost a ghost town of Coney Island in Brooklyn.  After taking in the empty beach,… Continue Reading →

Crossing the Border. Maybe.

Apparently I set off a few flags when I attempted to cross the Canadian border.  It seems to be a common occurrence when I am crossing border back into the U.S.  As a child, crossing back from Ontario to Michigan… Continue Reading →

A Lesson in Eerie Tranquility: Coney Island, NY

“Coney Island is dilapidated and gritty and trashy, which is why I love it. It’s like the Cyclone rollercoaster – rickety, loud, scary at times and a helluva good time.” -A.K. Gupta I had stayed an extra day past my… Continue Reading →

Walking The “Real” New York

“And the city lights will burn you down Or build you up high above the ground.” – 3OH!3 What is the real spirit of New York?  When most Americans, and other nationalities, think of it, images of the financial district,… Continue Reading →

New York Priority One: Chinatown Food!

Imagine you just spent well over two weeks confined in the small space of a boat where you were fed what was given.  Imagine before that you spent the better part of 5 months in an isolated and homogeneous northern… Continue Reading →

New York Nights: Spider-Man and the Key of Awesome

As much as I would have loved to stay indefinitely in Boston, other things came up.  The next day (night) there was a YouTube Concert, the Digitour, playing in New York City.   Their headline acts were the Key of Awesome… Continue Reading →

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