FunFact of the Week: The neighborhood of Harlem in upper Manhattan is actually named after the dutch city of Haarlem! Bitterballen anyone?
The Big Ben in London.
Manhattan at 6 a.m.
New York City is not only the financial center of the world - it’s also a beautiful and happening place, playing host to a constant whorl of activity. Read More
Studio | 1 Bathroom | A/C | Cable TV | Internet | Laundry | Gym | Parking | Pets | Elevator
This stunning studio in Midtown Manhattan is ideally placed in Columbus Circle at the heart of the Big Apple. Placed in a 62-floor high rise building with security and a doorman, this magnificent apartment provides access to a fitness center and laundry room, as well as a terraced bar and bistro cafe - all without ever having to leave the building! The room itself features a king sized bed, kitchenette, cable television and dishwasher. Beehives from the roof produce the honey served at the complimentary breakfast. Oh, and Times Square is just a block away!
Find out more about vacation rentals in Midtown West here!
Morning commute on the Tube in London.
Just an average day in NYC. But then, can any day in the Big Apple really be just “average”? Read more about New York City inside!
Have you ever been to New York City’s Museum Mile? Stretching from East 82nd to East 105th street it is home to many of the city’s best museums, many of which are world-class. The Metropolitan Museum of Art has hundreds of thousands of priceless exhibits featuring the best art, books and buildings from the entirety of recorded history. Exhibits at the Guggenheim Museum take a more contemporary bent, with paintings and sculptures from classic greats as well as the modern avant-garde.
Discover more about the museums along Museum Mile here!
So. Much. Ice. Cream. From Buzzfeed article 21 Reasons Why New York is the Best During the Summer
New York by denn-ice
2014.07.15……Leadenhall Market, The City of London………another creative and inovative Art Installation……..
A misty #NYC night.
FunFact of the Week: The vast heavens painted on the ceiling of Grand Central Station are actually backwards - and no one knows how the mistake occurred!