Today is Halloween. Hollow’s Eve. Night of the ghosts, deathly spirits, witchcraft and children trick-or-treating. In addition to the spookiness, a perfectly chill and cozy fall week has come to an end yesterday. I therefore thought it would be the perfect time to update you on our Sleepy Hollow adventure we had this past Saturday.
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About two weeks ago New York hosted its annual open house event, which features insight into private houses, apartments and spaces that are usually not accessible to the general public. The Brooklyn Army Terminal was one of the few spots I was able to visit. Read More »
In late October of last year, my friends and I had the amazing opportunity to take a tour during one of the most breath-taking times of the season. The weekend before Halloween, we were led by Chase of Xcelerated Adventures through the hills and forests of Breakneck Ridge. Read More »
A few weeks ago I got to check out an amazingly inspiring exhibit in Manhattan. ONE – one planet one future deals with all of what its name implies. This exhibition is one of a kind and unfortunately also one of the fewer ones found throughout the city that point out an important topic affecting each and every one of us today. Read More »
Autumn vibes – how far we’ve come again!
Fall has been on the horizon here in New York City. When I first got back from a trip on the West Coast in September, the City still felt like late summer – the days were warm minus the humidity but certainly there was still a climate during which you were able to wear t-shirt and slacks. Read More »