Count down ’til summer break

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brooklyn bridge, new yorkIt’s been 2 months, since I went to New York and I can’t believe how quickly time’s passed. It feels like yesterday: the crowded streets, the gorgeously decorated shop windows, the high buildings, fashionably dressed people as well as the very unfashionably ones and just the adrenaline flowing through my body whilst visiting the city. The tiredness I felt those days, followed by the exhaustion the days after, were all worth the experience. The photo above was taken by my dad, when we walked on the Brooklyn Bridge. I remember being a bit grumpy back then, since we hadn’t eaten anything for breakfast yet and my body simply couldn’t stand the fatigue anymore, combined with some homesickness I think. Within the next week, I can finally put away my books and enjoy summer break. I can’t wait until I can fully relax and just have no obligations at all.
What are your plans for summer break?

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Do you recognize this place?

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new york. new york palace hotelnew york. new york palace hotelnew york. new york palace hotelnew york. new york palace hotelnew york. new york palace hotelI want today’s post to revolve around the question I wrote as title “Do you recognize this place?” So, do you? I won’t spoil the answer, yet though. The last day of my trip to New York, my dad wanted to visit a shoe store called “Alden” to buy himself a new pair of shoes, so we went looking for the shop. On our way, we walked past this hotel, which caught my eye immediately, as I recognized it as soon as I saw it. It’s probably easier for girls to recognize it, I think, as they’re ‘more into this’. Anyway, I just had to take a couple of snapshots of it to share it with you.

“And who am I? That’s one secret I’ll never tell. You know you love me XOXO Gossip Girl”

p.s. The inside of this hotel looks magnificent!

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