Today was Brad’s first day out with me on one of my walking excursions. We had an ambitious plan. Start at Union Station and walk Broadway to 44th street ( Times Square) then head over to park Ave for 10 blocks then back over to Broadway and up […]
I knew that Apple was great, and I am currently coveting a big 15″ MacBook pro, but the thing that is wowing me is that they offer all these wonderful classes. I accidentally sat in on “iPhone for beginners” the other day and learned a ton. I started […]
As an aside, when I was reading up on Roni Sue’s chocolates I stumbled onto Taste Bud’s Kitchen. As I look for ways to explore to the City and meet new people, perhaps?
On Sunday I met Kate for a girls day ( mani- pedi style). She selected a place down in the village and I have to say, four days in and I am pretty happy. Reasonably priced, remarkably clean, and friendly. QQ might be the nail place for me.
Today I tried out a new app. MapMy Walk. It isn’t everything I had hoped it would be (mostly because i cant figure out how to retrieve my walks), but it did provide me with ….. A map of my walk, at least the part where I remembered […]
we are going after pianos in a big way today this is the plan for the day Quaint just seemed like a perfect place to stop for lunch. Its really a Piano hunt but since we are out in Queens we figured let’s check out the […]
There is a never ending list of great things to do and see these are my favorites from TimeOut. Ill try to see them all…. Dorothy Iannone, “I Lift My Lamp Beside the Golden Door” Iannone, an American ex-pat artist who lives in Berlin pays homage to the […]
As if there isnt enough to do now I am off to locate fifty pianos and one mini cooper over the next 20 or so days. Sing For Hope places Pianos around the city for people to enjoy then donates them to schools. There must be more to […]