A few New York City scapes caught my eye on an 18-mile jaunt down and back up the island of Manhattan. 🚲 🌃 ☀️ 🌳
A gorgeous day for a (socially distant “en masque”) bike ride 🚲 🌃 ☀️ South on 2nd ave from 124th > west on 14th > north on 6th through Central Park then home.
Today’s socially distant exercise bike ride — birthday edition! A bit grey and cold and yes there were a few snowflakes BUT the sun popped out along with my iPhone and I snapped a few pix. At the end I included a few from a previous walk in a nearby park. A little green toContinue reading “New York City Love Letters — Birthday Edition: Beauty That Caught My Eye”
Today’s socially distant exercise bike ride took me east through upper Harlem and across the Madison Avenue Bridge through Mott Haven in the Bronx and onto Randalls and Ward Islands, which I just learned are conjoined islands separated from most of Manhattan by the Harlem River, from Queens by the East River and Hell Gate,Continue reading “New York City Love Letters: Photos from a Bike Ride around Randalls and Wards Island”
Check us out on their website, NYCGo.com (screenshot above). Download this free app for access to a bike guide with itineraries and the inside scoop on where to go, eat and shop in the City. We are excited about our collaboration with NYC & Company, New York City’s official marketing, tourism and partnership organization. Get it here: Google Play The iTunes AppContinue reading “LGBT Guide To New York City By Bike With NYCGo”
Christopher Columbus discovered the New World in the 1492. Now it’s your turn to discover him back. A 13-food tall statue of Signore Columbus has been sitting atop a 75-foot granite column in the center of Columbus Circle since 1892 and though it’s in one of the most prominent spots in the city the statueContinue reading “Discovering Columbus In Your Living Room”