I can see all the way to Downtown and the river. So cool!
I walked just wherever today, aiming to soak up some typical New Yorkness and what have you, and ended up going down to the southern tip of Manhattan and back.
Typical New Yorkness, somewhere around Midtown.
This is Abe Lebewohl Triangle on the intersection of Stuyvesant Street and 10th Street, and I think this makes me the only person ever to make a pilgrimage to a location from a Step Up movie. Dayna might remember. Or she might facepunch me for implicating her.
Future Hallowe'enkins outside a grocer's shop.
Some rad street art on Bowery. Mix it up, Mr Monopoly! Or, more likely, an Important Political Statement.
The Financial District from kind of under Brooklyn Bridge. I could totally live in that building, 8 Spruce Street, for just $2865 per month!
New York Stock Exchange. Buy! Buy! Sell!
Lurking in the bushes to take a photo of shirts versus skins.
I saw a chalkboard outside this place saying "We have flat white!", and threw aside old ladies in my haste to get inside. Where I saw this on the counter. Hehe. I'm Hugh Jackman, and I approved this coffee.
Hugh don't lie - it was a good coffee, and the cafe, which he actually owns, has this view (that's a tiny Statue of Liberty there), so well played on both counts, Jackman.
This dude was scampering up next to people showing off the size of his nut.
This is part of the walkway that goes around the lower west edge of Manhattan.
I'm currently watching Saturday Night Live live from New York. It's...pretty much the same as watching it the next day on the internet. Except that I can see the building it's being broadcast from out the window. Yep.