Sunday, 1 January 2017

NYC // #3 My Favourite "Hidden" Part



To round up my NYC posts I wanted to share with you one of my favourite parts of the city: The High Line. It seems that this area isn't talked about as much as other attractions, because it is hidden away as a raised route, which used to be a railway line, that runs through the city and provides you with such an incredible viewing experience!


I love how it is full of lots of plants and greenery, and the views and glimpses of the city streets are amazing- I definitely recommend taking this walk.



However, one of the main features I love is the frequent displays of artwork throughout the route giving it a quirky and modern creative vibe.




Let me know in the comments what you thought of my New York photos series? And, where would you like to visit most in NYC? 


xx




11 comments:

  1. They have made me want to go to New York City so badly! It's definitely on my bucket list of things to do in my lifetime! x

    Victoria | VictoriaaHelenn

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    1. ah yes it was on my bucket list for SO long, you need to go! x

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  2. Wonderful post :) xo
    - www.Youthofthesun.com

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  3. Seeing these have made me want to go to New York even more! I definitely need to start saving to go! Which part of New York is The High Line in?

    Amy x
    amyjaynesthoughts.co.uk

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    1. yes it is such an amazing trip- I need to go back! The High Line is an old railway line so it runs through most of the city I think! x

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  4. These are absolutely gorgeous, I am in love with your blog! I just wanna jet set to the city right now!
    Hannah x

    https://abitofspring.blogspot.com/

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    1. thank you my lovely <3 that sounds perfect! I am desperate to go back asap x

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  5. I've never visited New York, but I would love to and these spots sound great with amazing views! x

    Ariadna || RAWR BOWS

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    1. yes NYC is incredible :) thank you for your lovely comment x

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  6. I love all those massive signs! You'll never see anything like that here in the UK!
    Aleeha xXx
    http://www.halesaaw.co.uk/

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