A New York City Photo Series

A New York City Photo Series

Delicious cuisine, beautiful scenery, a jaw-dropping skyline and the busy streets, New York City has something for everyone.
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Delicious cuisine, beautiful scenery, a jaw-dropping skyline and the busy streets, New York City has something for everyone.

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Rainy days on the east side of Central Park.

Taken from outside of Central Park.

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There's just something about chalk on a deep colored pavement.

Taken on the paths of Washington Square Park.

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If you're in need of a good view for a sunset over the NYC skyline, head over to Long Island. The views don't disappoint.

Taken in Long Island.

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Views from the Staten Island Ferry leave you memorized. The ride only takes about 25 minutes and it's free!

Taken from the Ferry on the way to Staten Island.

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In the mood for a NYC bagel? Head over to the Brooklyn borough of NY to find this cute little Bagel shop and get yourself a Rainbow Bagel with Funfetti Cream Cheese.

Taken in front of the bagel store.

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Madison Square Eats only rolls around twice within the entire year. If you find yourself in town during one of these two times, head down to Madison Square Park and order this delicious street corn.

Taken in Mad. Sq. Park

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A cloudless day in NYC.

Taken in Washington Square Park.

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Rain falling over the South Pool.

Taken at Ground Zero.

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Colorful during the day.

Taken in the heart of Times Square.

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Illuminating at night.

Taken in the heart of Times Square.

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The skyline before night falls.

Taken on The Top of The Rock.

Cover Image Credit: Abby Graf

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The 10 Best Things About Rhode Island

Who said RI is not Awesome!
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With Rhode Island being such a small state people wonder what is so great about it. There are so many attractions that lead people to "Little Rhody" from the Newport Mansions to the RISD Art Museum. RI's beautiful beaches are also a plus for the locals who live here year round. But what is the best things about Rhode Island? With so many great things to choose from here is what I thought was the best things Rhode Island has to offer.

1. Del's Lemonade


With its numerous flavors and iconic cup imagery Del's is a Rhode Island staple. My personal favorite is mixing watermelon and lemon together!

2. Caserta's Pizzeria

Located on Providence's historic Federal Hill. If you are looking for a good slice of pizza Caserta's is the place to go.

3. Providence


It is basically the smaller version of Boston! No really, and that is where the city gets all its charms from.

4. Scarborough Beach


Forget Newport, this is the prime place to catch some waves. Personally, I think the water is better and Narragansett tends to be a litttle less touristy.

5. PPAC (Providence Performing Arts Center)


When you are too poor to catch a Broadway show so you go see the national tour instead. PPAC has become an awesome venue in recent years with lots of different plays, musicals and dance troupes coming to perform.

6. The Cliff Walk


Preferably after the tourist season because then you can actually walk on it. The Cliff Walk offers some breathtaking views and a little adventure.

7. Waterfire

There are a lot of Waterfire's during the summer and early fall so you can always catch one. Plus, it is free and provides great pictures.

8. Party Pizza


Some make think it is a disgrace to pizza everywhere, but it is still good. Nobody really understands why party pizza exists, but we never question it. Especially, after you stuff five pieces into your mouth.

9. Crook Point Bascule Bridge



It has become somewhat of a local monument for the locals. My friend and I always do a bit of site seeing around here.

10. Allie's Donuts


Home of the Donut Cake! Allie's makes probably the best donuts around here and that is not an understatement.

And there you have it! While, I think these are 10 best things about Rhode Island there is obviously so much more. If anything RI's quirky local eateries, beautiful landscape, as well as up and coming attractions are what make it special. Rhode Island has so many things to offer it is hard to choose. Personally, I think the food is the best, but my New York/New Jersey friends beg to differ.



Cover Image Credit: wwp.greenwichmeantime.com

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