I spent this past Friday and Saturday in Manhattan and although my trip was quick, it was the exact city fix that I needed! I reunited with two high school girlfriends and spent the majority of my time exploring their neighborhood (Hell’s Kitchen). Between dinner at P.J. Clarke’s, wine and chick flicks, walking up 9th Avenue, ogling all of the antiques, furs(!) and leopard prints at Hell’s Kitchen Flea Market, and a successful trip to M&J Trimmings in the Garment District, it was the perfect little getaway. Until next time NYC!
Flea Markets always make for fun photos (you can read my Alameda Flea Market post from way back when here)!
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