Tags archives: new-york-city

Meet the fascinating female photographer who portrays women on the streets of NYC

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Normally, she’s the expert in asking original questions. This time round though, I caught up with Karina Rozwadowska, who is best known from her street photography and interviews during the Women's March in Washington, D.C. I first came across her beautiful work in ZeitMagazin and have followed her Instagram account ever since. Karina was trained as an art h[...]

6 sights you have to see on your first trip to New York

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When hitting up New York City, you can feel overwhelmed when trying to pull an itinerary together. If you're on your first trip to the Big Apple, you just have to give in to the fact that you'll barely see the tip of the iceberg and will have to head back for another good nose around. It's a magical city that never sleeps, with fun around every corner and de[...]

Top 10 Travel Tips for New York City

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New York City can be an intimidating place. It's massive and expensive, but also the dream of many - so how do you get the most out of travelling to New York? With one Travelette currently based in NYC and two former New Yorkers on the team, we thought who could share more to the point travel tips for New York than us? After a bit of brainstorming and link s[...]

The Travelettes Guide to Brooklyn

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It is perhaps my first time walking down the cobblestone streets of DUMBO (an acronym for Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass) and each turn seems to reveal a picturesque view of the Manhattan Skyline. The Jacques Torres shop sends sweet smells of chocolate wafting over Water Street while the famous intersection of Water and Washington St. reveals t[...]

10 Lessons I Learned From Living in NYC That Apply to Traveling

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It's been over four years since I first landed in JFK and began to call New York home. I've lived in Midtown, the Upper East Side and now Queens. I have drank cocktails in the Meatpacking District and whiskey in East Village dive bars. I've landed dream jobs and left careers. I've broken up and fallen in love. It's a never ending adventure living in New Yo[...]

A Guide to the Holidays in New York City

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There's just something about the holidays in New York that seems to wrap the city up in a cozy blanket and infuse the otherwise cold, dreary days of winter with a warm glow. New Yorkers bundle up with mittens and puffer jackets holding bright, red Starbucks cups in hands. The streets of our fair city overflow with smiling tourists in holiday sweaters, al[...]

New York's Pop-Up Libraries

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Did you know that there are 13,659 payphones on New York's sidewalks despite there being over 17 million cell phones owned by the citizens?... "But what has got to do with pop-up libraries??!" I hear you cry! Well, New York architect, John Locke, noticed this and became intrigued by the seemingly pointless and obsolete existence of payphones. He loves them i[...]

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