New Yawk, Part Three!

Nov 2, 2012

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Last day in New York was spent wandering around East Village, or as I like to think of it, West
Village with an espresso shot. Where West Village is sleepy and cozy and is home to a hundred
 cottage-looking cafes, East Village is busy and loud and has patios promising free mimosas
and bloody marys with lunch. Don't mind if I do.

This whole trip made me feel like a kid running away from home, backpack strapped on and
 wide-eyed at all the dazzling lights. Now I understand the phrase "New York, New York,
 so good they named it twice".

:)

(PS. how are you liking the smaller picture sizes? Yay or nay? I can't decide!)



17 comments :

  1. I love all these photos and the size is great. (they still look big:))

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  2. These pictures are awesome....so dreamy. I like the picture size. I miss New York...I defiantly need to get back there asap! Looks like you have had a blast!
    Much love,
    Sara

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  3. I love all of your pictures! It looks like you are having so much fun! I also love that hat!

    xo
    Amy
    itwasloveat.blogspot.com

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  4. omg the first picture is amazing, and so are the rest. how amazing! i have never been to bast village, but i might be in ny before the year ends, and this inspires me to visit! :)

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  5. LOVE LOVE LOVE all your New York pics. The mosaic wall is so CRAZY cool!
    XOXO
    -Daisy Nguyen from PS BANANAS fashion blog:
    http://psbananas.com

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  6. NYC is amazing! I try to go there every year but my fiance hates the big city (even though we live in one of the biggest ones). I love the smaller pictures actually, looks great!


    xo

    Ashley

    Southern (California) Belle

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  7. Your trip photos are fun. Love that jacket.

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  8. I love those photos! Especially the third one :)

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  9. The smaller pictures sizes actually make it easier to take in everything. I like it! :)
    Love this addition to your New York adventures

    Trendy Teal

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  10. Okay...you've taken my "going to New York" on my bucket list from like a #10 to a #1! Marlen so glad you did this trip:)! Amazing memories that you'll cherish for a lifetime! You'll probably make more once you run away from home and move there for good;)!

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  11. I love the sweater you are wearing!!!! the print is amazing. I have been wanting to visit New York. I did when I was 10.. great pics

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  12. I can't decide on my picture size either! I made them bigger and now I wonder if they're too big? Always something. :) These are great photos, I'm jealous of your trip!

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  13. Looks like you had tons of fun on your NY trip!! Wish I could visit one day soon! ^^ I love your jacket by the way! ^^''

    I've always thought the bigger the pictures, the better. Small is okay. ^^'' I just like seeing the details in everything. That's just me though.

    The Krystel Book

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  14. visiting here with a smile. take care.. have a nice day ~ =)

    Regards,
    http://www.lonelyreload.com (A Growing Teenager Diary) ..

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  15. GREAT pictures! I miss NY! But it pains me to think of the subways all underwater...

    I don't prefer one picture size over the other. ha. They all look great! (unhelpful, I know)

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  16. ha ha! that's the best description of the east village i've ever heard! i'm in love with these pictures. and thank you for your sweet comment on today's post--it made me smile all over. xo.

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