Ok, first month has gone. Unbelievable.
One month isn't a lot maybe but since I did so many things it seems more to me.
So let's see how this week of my first month was.
First on Wednesday after school a friend came pick me and the girls up and took us on a tour of Manhattan on his yellow Rolls Royce (the one you saw on a previous post). So yes, I can say I went on an old beautiful car (it was like the Gatsby's yellow one) around the streets of Manhattan. It was awesome!
On Friday my friend Veronica from Boston came visiting me so we did a few touristy things and we walked a looooot, but it was fun! So after a quick lunch at Chop't (super recommended if you like salads) we went visiting Carrie Bradshaw's apartment in Greenwich Village. I love that area of the city, it's one of my favorites. But the one I love the most is where we went after; Soho. I love Soho soooo much! It's my favorite at all with Nolita and TriBeCa too.
When we were in Soho we also visited Little Italy and as Italian I can say that is just a touristy thing. Just some things are traditionally Italian. But that's cool and it's an interesting thing to see if you come in NY.
And after this long day we just came back home to change ourselves and we reached our friends for Lavo dinner and club. So much fun!
When we woke up on Saturday our friend Giulia arrived in the city so we went to the Coffee Shop in Union Square for brunch.
On afternoon we just walked around New York City and just had a great time together.
At night also our friend Angelica came and we went out for dinner at Shake Shack at Madison Square Park and then we went on this beautiful club in Chelsea, Le Bain. It was super cool, the club has a little swimming pool in it where people can actually enter and they also give you towels for that. It has also a rooftop on the upper floor where there is an amazing view of Brooklyn since it's really close to the Hudson River. I think this is one of the best club I've ever been. I also liked the atmosphere in there because is not super fancy but it's kind of an underground and hipster style and I loved it.
On Sunday we were just curious to see a gospel church so we went to Harlem and saw it. The only thing I can say about that is: if you have the possibility, go see that once in your lifetime.
After that we went to Brooklyn and we had lunch in a very good Italian restaurant in Dumbo area. It was called Love & Dough. Super recommended!!
Then we just walked around Brooklyn and obviously we came back to Manhattan through the Brooklyn Bridge.
It was a great week and a good way to end my first month. I'm glad for all the things I did and so thankful for all the people I'm meeting that are making my new life here amazing.
Hear you soon