Friday, January 19, 2007

New York, New York Anyone?

Many of you have commented that you like our little NYC tours. Well, after thinking about it, we sometimes have trouble coming up with a destination for our trips so I am opening it up to you, my dear readers.

Is there anyplace in NYC you want to see from a Squidly perspective? Somewhere you really want to go, virtually? Leave a comment and we will try to accommodate. Note that Manhattan locales will probably get covered more quickly then those in the outer boroughs but everything is fair game as long as it is legal.

Already in the planning and research stages (yes, I am actually starting to research this stuff):
Tin Pan Alley
Fort Totten
Fort Tryon
Chelsea Market and
The High Line

Drop a line and let us know where you want to go!

Meanwhile, I give you some views from today ...The view from my terrace this morning. Yes, that is snow.
What we saw out the back window as we left the building this morning. Huh?! The kids went out by the back door while we stayed in and walked the first block indoors. The expression on Squidette's face when she saw the lack of snow was priceless.
We found some snow to frolic in for a few minutes.
??? It sure looks like snow to me.This device cuts open streets. Check out the warning sign pasted to it.


Dave Daniels said...

That's such a great idea~
While yo are on Canal St, how about a shot of the front of Canal Street Jeans? It's one of my favorite stores, and I haven't been there in at least 5 years. I miss that place. (And they have inexpensive stuff for the whole family.)

Moze said...

Battery Park City? Museum Mile? The East Village?

Lola Lee Beno said...

Greenwich Village?

Oldpatterns said...

Please show us Wollam rink! Your aunt and uncle went around in circles there for years! - your cuz

Susan said...

Oh my! I'm not sure what boroughs things are in but here's a partial list (you know how I adore all these photos)..the Dakota, the Plaza Hotel (and Eloise? *G*), the Daily News bldg because I've heard above the door there is a slab commemorating office workers; West Village (isn't that where the White Horse tavern is?); Theater District; oh...and Purl Soho.