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Grizzly bears were the reason why I flew from New York to Alaska. I wanted to meet the real version of the teddy bear!

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After months of preparation, the trip to Beijing and Hanoi (by train) is about to start. This is not just a digital nomad episode anymore: this is where journey and stay merge.

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When you live in New York for a couple of years and not all of your friends are native born New Yorkers, you might notice that you seem to be invited to more farewell parties than you had before you came here. New York is a transit city, so I present you The Goodbyes of New York… Read more

Bryant Park

Bryant Park is located in Midtown Manhattan, on the two blocks surrounded by the Avenue of the Americas, Fifth Avenue, West 42nd Street, and West 40th Street.

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Rodin - the thinker

I knew the French sculptor Rodin, best known from his work “Le Penseur/The Thinker” as a European artist. So I was happy to find this museum on one of my trips to Philadelphia.

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When a public event in NY that exists for about 130 years, only happened 5 times in the past 15 years, it’s worth taking the time to be there!
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The Everglades, Florida

Memorial day weekend brought me to the Everglades, a vast part of Florida, managed by the National Park Services. End even while it’s a little late in the season to have the migrating birds, I was lucky enough to have some nice sights and images there.

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Drinking coffee, in a small town in the southeast part of Alaska, wondering if the weather will clear soon, so I can fly to Juneau, and get back home to New York, after a photography trip.

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Every year, unless hurricanes decide otherwise, NYC goes crazy on Halloween. The parade in the Villages attracts over 2 million spectators. Last night was no different:

Halloween Parade NYC 2014
Halloween Parade NYC 2014
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Grand Central Terminal in New York

Grand Central Terminal in New York City

Grand Central Terminal in New York City

Ever since I came as a tourist to New York, Grand Central Terminal made the impression on me. The combination of the history of trains being the backbone in the dicovery of the USA, combined with the memory of the men who made New York City to the city it is today, make it my favorite symbol of the big apple.

Since I became a tourguide for Be NY, I had the chance to bring so many tourists to this incredible location.

When mister Vanderbilt had obtained the quasi monopoly of the trains, he needed a place to centralise his new toys. Boys and toys, the rich version… And he ordered Grand Central Terminal to be built in the center of Manhattan.