Thursday, 26 April 2012

More Manhattan snapshots

Broadway, the Financial District

World Trade Centre 1, what will be America's tallest building on the Ground Zero site

The Statue of Liberty, as seen from Staten Island ferry

View of Manhattan as seen from Staten Island ferry

Battery Park

Broadway, Financial District

Hell's Kitchen Flea Market

Chelsea Hotel, on West 23 Street, known for its history of notable residents which have included Bob Dylan, Patti Smith, Leonard Cohen, Iggy Pop. Arthur C. Clarke wrote 2001: Space Odyssey while staying  there, Dylan Thomas died of pneumonia while being a resident there. Hotel Chelsea no longer accepts new long-term residents.

Antiques Garage Flea Market, 112 West 25th St

ajother flea market we discovered a bit further down from the previous one

Ha! Ha! Ha! I thought that was hilarious. And what about those masks?

Canal Street, Chinatown

Canal Street, Chinatown

Orchard Street, Lower East Side

Tenement Museum, Orchard Street, Lower East Side.

Enjoying Sunday brunch

Little Italy


another truck

5th Avenue - I love the reflections on the glass

and a closer look

Madison Avenue, Uptown

Uptown, off Madison Avenue



Madison Avenue, Uptown

Madison Avenue

9th Avenue, Hell's Kitchen. The red bits in the picture are the cranes that they use to lift/lower the cars in position.

Madison Avenue

Madison Avenue.


  1. It all looks so exciting...I want to live in one of those brownstone houses! Forget the white box!

  2. Quite a radical statement there, Avril...