After a truly indulgent brunch, and now completely wired on caffeine, we set out for a walk along the Highline , on Manhattan’s Westside. Originally designed in the 1930s, to keep freight trains off the streets of New York, it’s now a public park. This beautiful walk above the city, will ultimately be a mile and a half, upon completion. The Highline truly is a breath of fresh air in the middle of the city. I was amazed by the greenery planted between the railroad tracks, the beautiful benches, and that it was open to everyone. You have to see the photos to understand this unique “park.” This walk was the perfect way to get a different perspective of the city, and move around after our yummy breakfast.
For the remainder of our Saturday, we walked endless miles around the city, going in and out of shops, checking out the neighborhoods and learning to navigate our way around the city. We were just biding our time until our next meal…