There’s no better place to rest your head.
It’s 79 degrees in Central Park.
Nurturing an abiding love for Latin America, I've traded big city lights for sunshine and grapes in Mendoza, Argentina. A perennial traveler and writer, I'm inspired by locals, culture and creativity. This is my patchwork.
by Nora Walsh
A winter’s walk through a silent and slippery Central Park this morning.
Literary lunch break in Central Park courtesy of Strand Bookstore.
Perusing Assouline’s limited edition books after a walk in Central Park.
Oh baby, it’s the first summer weekend with access to all public pools in New York City and I am feeling excited, especially because this weekend’s going to be a heat wave!
*Photo: AM NY
I am really looking forward to taking a dip in Williamsburg’s once defunct McCarren Pool that found a second-life as a popular Brooklyn concert venue, and had since gotten lucky with a $50 million dollar injection of funds to transform itself yet again, becoming one of New York’s most anticipated summer hotspots. (Open 11am-7pm, free admission)
I also want to check out the new 1,500 square foot "pop-up" pool in Brooklyn Bridge Park at Pier 2, which has a stretching view of the Manhattan skyline. (Open 10am-6pm, free admission)
Another spot that’s on my list is Central Park’s Lasker Pool, located mid-park between 106th and 108th Streets and overlooks Harlem Meer. (Open 11am-7pm, free admission)
*Photo: Corey Wise/Lonely Planet
I love walks around The Pond in Central Park: listening to the sax melodies, watching children fish, resting in leafy shade. It’s one of my favorite places to enjoy the summer season in New York City.
@MlleTravelista is a hedonist, wanderluster, shutterbug, paris & dublin expat, toronto repat, lover of serendipity, glocal enthusiast, curiouser and curiouser.
Here are her instagrammed moments in New York City this Memorial Day weekend.
I always love seeing the beauty of New York through a traveler’s eyes.
Scenes from Central Park.
Midtown Manhattan cityscape.