Monday, November 10, 2014

5 Must Visit Places in New York City.

Hey Cuties, New York City is quite the place isn't it Cuties? With all the hustle and bustle there is never a dull moment. For those of you Cuties, coming to my lovely city, I've traveled quite a bit in my first year here. I want to share with you 5 must visit places while your here! These are my personal opinions and the internet may say otherwise and I don't care too much about negativity.

14th Street Union Square.

The way I see it Union Square is the ideal New York City, in New York City, what I mean by that is, that something is always happening. Whether you're being wowed by street performers or you’re watching your head by the stairs from skateboards, there's barely a dull moment. On the weekends, they have Farmer's Markets, and there is no better spot for finding a good snack or treat. The fresh air is relaxing from the humming and buzzing of the city. But ironically there is a square of grass, and you can't touch it. For me personally, I find that both disappointing and hilarious. You'll also have a perfect view of the Empire State Building and snap a good photo or two. And when the real hungry sets you Cuties aren't more than a few blocks away from Artichoke's Pizza &Bar at 328 14th street between 1st and 2nd avenue for an unforgettable slice.  No, they don't only have artichoke pizza, they have multiple specialty pizza's with amazingly fresh ingredients, definitely worth the experience.

Aijsen Noodle Restaurant. 

Next up I would tell you Cuties that if you are a foodie, you need to give Aijsen Noodle Restaurant a visit! I love love loveee this Japanese ramen spot. WARNING: Again Cuties, this is my PERSONAL opinion with this place. The ramen is super authentic and the portions are generous, definitely on the bigger side of the spectrum. If you’re in a bit of a hurry, you'll find yourself in and out quickly and very pleased with your service. I've never been disappointed with these guys Cuties, and I love their ramen, it makes me hungry just thinking about it. So please do give it a shot, it's definitely a must have at least once in your life kind of food.

Korean War Veterans Memorial in Battery Park.

You could also check out the Korean War Veterans Memorial in Battery Park, It’s very simple and beautiful, it is completely free. Definitely one to check out if you're a history buff or if you just want to pay your respects peacefully. You can get the most beautiful pictures of the New Jersey sunset here and there's benches to sit, relax and just breathe. Great place for pictures of the Statue of Liberty as well.

Brooklyn Bridge.

Of, course I had to have the iconic Brooklyn Bridge on my list! It is definitely more stunning in person and the architecture is amazing to just look at. Also with good reason, it is very very very crowded so keep your group close and holding hands if you have to. And stay out of the bike lane Cuties, they are on either side, the walking lanes are through the center part of the bridge, and yes, it is very very high up so it was scary for me fearing heights but I know for you adventurous Cuties it’s a crazy thrill! The bridge does move, but it’s because of the cars running under you. And finally, it is windy up there.

(photo credit: Charles Aiken @wolfjust)

Bethesda Terrace in Central Park.

It is a beautiful place and ideal for people watching and just clearing your head. It has a very oasis feel in the middle of the crazy New York City. You could rent a boat ride through the lake if you want and it’s a stunning place for a wedding. Great place to just unwind and just be, my dear Cuties.

When's your flight here Cuties?

Sounds like a blast doesn’t it Cuties? If you needed recommendations these are definitely my favorites. I know you’re probably booking your flight already! Maybe we’ll meet up Cuties, let me know. 

Until next time Cuties!(:


  1. NYC looks so beautiful!! You should do a wordless Wednesday. I'd love to see what a day in the life of a New Yorker looks like and I'm sure others would too!

  2. Thank you for sending me your link on #bbloggers last night :o)

    I have never been to New York but REALLY want to go soon! It looks amazing, the Aijsen Noodle Restaurant sounds right up me street!

    Over on my blog I am having a Charlotte Tilbury lipstick giveaway if you wanted to enter:


  3. I love New York so much I would love to go back again <3 xxx

  4. I go to New York several times a year and one of my favorite spots is Dumbo! It's a fantastic place to take a stroll and catch a view at the skyline! Thanks for the post!


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