New York travel diary

May 26, 2018 New York, NY, USA

New York City travel diary city street view

New York City travel diary Big Gay Ice Cream
Ice Cream at Big Gay Ice Cream

New York City travel diary Carlyle Hotel
Room service at the Carlyle Hotel 

New York City travel diary Carlyle Hotel
The lobby at the Carlyle Hotel

New York City travel diary Dia: Beacon gallery
Art at Dia: Beacon gallery

New York City travel diary Dia: Beacon gallery

New York City travel diary Dia: Beacon gallery Dorothea Rockburn
Art by Montreal-born artist Dorothea Rockburne at Dia: Beacon gallery

New York City travel diary The Freehand restaurant
Breakfast at The Freehand

New York City travel diary Glossier headquarters
The only quiet corner of the Glossier headquarters

New York City travel diary Maria Tash piercings
New ear swag thanks to the team at Maria Tash.

New York City travel diary Mulberry lytton bag soho
Fell for this Mulberry bag ... but left it at the store.

New York City travel diary
View from my room at the Peninsula Hotel

New York City travel diary  subway

New York City travel diary peninsula hotel breakfast New York Times

roses

New York City travel diary peninsula hotel spa

New York City travel diary Dia The Broken Kilometer
Walter De Maria's the Broken Kilometer

New York City travel diary lunch at The Lobster Room
Bento box lunch at The Lobster Club

New York City travel diary The Loft soho shopping

New York City travel diary Tiffany & Co. flagship
A bowl of lemons at the Tiffany & Co. flagship

New York City travel diary Tiffany & Co. flagship

I recently spent a week in New York City on assignment for my job as a fashion editor.

(Read my articles from the trip here and here!)

New York is honestly one of those cities that I never tire of visiting. I always find comfort in visiting a few of my favourite haunts — and finding new favourites, too.

While I could gladly go back again and again, I did notice that I have a day limit on my time in NYC.

For me, six days in the Big Apple is the perfect amount (including travel days). It's enough time to see what I want to see, and not get tired of or overwhelmed by the sheer number of people crowding the streets.

I think that's one major reason why I typically stay in the Upper East Side where there seem to be fewer people. Don't get me wrong, I love the hustle and bustle of NYC, but sometimes, I just need a break from it.

With that said ... I can't wait to go back. ;)

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