What NYC looks like after months of struggling with COVID-19

Today marks three years after I left my country to try to live the so-called American Dream, just like thousands of immigrants naively do. I chose moving to New York City because this place stole my heart the very first time I landed at the JFK. Its excessive dimensions, recurring noises, extra energy and limitlessContinue reading “What NYC looks like after months of struggling with COVID-19”

Five New York Pizzas Worth Your Visit

If you know me just a tiny bit, I’m sure you heard me talking about pizza at some point. It might be part of my genetics, a real addiction or just a plain excuse to get some carbs in my blood. Whatever the main reason might be, I’m truly lucky to live in a cityContinue reading “Five New York Pizzas Worth Your Visit”

Must Visit: A Lighthouse in New York

We all know New York has a lot to see and do. But because most tourists (and residents) tend to just focus on staying in Manhattan, they sadly end up following the same itinerary. As a result, people miss seeing views like the picture above. This photograph was taken in Fire Island, located 60 milesContinue reading “Must Visit: A Lighthouse in New York”

Five Markets To Visit In New York City

I recommend taking some time to visit New York markets. These locations provide affordable options whether you’re looking to fill your stomach or your house.

Easy Guide To Buy Cheap Broadway Tickets

I have good news to share: you don’t need to be rich to see a musical in New York. What you really need is to be a little lucky or very persistent! Just yesterday I bought tickets to see Frozen from the orchestra for only 30 dollars! How did that happen? Well, I won theContinue reading “Easy Guide To Buy Cheap Broadway Tickets”

You Should Visit This Park in New York. No, It’s Not Central Park!

Tourists often neglect a very vibrant area of New York City: Union Square Park. This is where I often go on the weekends since it is surrounded by shops, restaurants, art, street market, students and, at times, protesters. Located between 14th and 17th street, this is the place to go shopping, see unique creatures orContinue reading “You Should Visit This Park in New York. No, It’s Not Central Park!”