Walked through a very beautiful part of Harlem, 138th Street (between Frederick Douglas Boulevard and Malcolm X Boulevard), called the..
Took the subway all the way up to 207th Street to see the Dyckman Farmhouse, built in Dutch colonial style in 1784, now one of the oldest..
Visited both parts of the Trinity Church Cemetery, the ›only remaining active cemetery‹ in Manhattan, located in the Washington Heights..
The omnipresent, sweet, noisy, inevitable Mister Softee — a true Manhattan icon. His somewhat strangely-catchy tune is a reminder of an..
In the first days of my stay in New York I want to visit some places that I have never been to. The Morris-Jumel Mansion and it’s..