99% of the time the typical things to do in a city is a tourist trap. Usually, there are even better alternatives to tourist hot spots, but also some are famous for a reason, but that’s for another post.
Here are a few suggestions I have for alternatives to tourist traps in New York City
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I am absolutely obsessed with embroidery right now. It’s hard to have not noticed how big of a trend this is right now. Unfortunately, it can be a little hard to find a great looking embroidered piece in the average person, or college students price range. Lucky for me a trip to H&M proved otherwise. I got this top from an H&M over the winter in the clearance section for only $11!!!! How fantastic is that! If you’ve ever scrolled through my closet board on Pinterest it’s probably pretty obvious I’m loving the embroidery trend…
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A few months ago was my spring break from school. Considering I had been a bit home sick the week before I was happy to go home rather than on some beachy trip with friends (although even if I wanted to I don’t think my bank account would allow it). I am however a big fan of the notorious “staycation” and finding new things around my home. One of these things I’d discovered is the incredible views from the Staten Island Ferry. I had not planned on taking a ferry that day, especially considering I’m admittedly a bit scared of big boats…
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There’s no doubt that getting around New York can be daunting, to say the least, if you don’t know what you’re doing. Everyone seems to be rushing around so much, how do you even know where the closest subway stop is? Lucky for you I’ve compiled a little list to help you navigate the city a little bit better, maybe even seem like you know what you’re doing.
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