Battery Park, New York City Although I never lived in NYC I would fly into NJ drive across to NYC and park near to Battery Park. One of my life missions was to see "ALL" of New York City. From this bench I could start my hikes. I went hiking in old shorts and a T-shirt with a beat up backpack and maybe $20 in my shoes. Over 8 different trips I hiked all the Avenues on Manhattan sometimes as far as I think it was 186th street. Funny i've never met anyone else who has done this?
Emma Stone's Best NYC Outfits #refinery29 http://www.refinery29.com/2014/12/79691/emma-stone-best-new-york-outfits#slide1 Living in the city, one gets used to juggling last minute plans. Drinks after work, spontaneous gallery-hopping, extended strolls along the river: We have to plan for any scenario, so our handbags are often overflowing with contingency essentials — just in case. Emma's solution to the city hoarder's problem? A leather backpack that feels very adult and holds everything…
How to Survive Winter in New York City: Black Long Sleeve Tee Shirt, Blue Denim Jeans, Beige Down Puffer Coat, by Uniqlo | coveteur.com
Rhonda Adams in a nude white shirt with friend Maria Checa (with nude arms) and another friend in July of 2017. Maria Checa and Rhonda Adams have been friends for 25 years. Originally from Florida, she spent most of her adult life living between Miami Beach, Beverly Hills and New York City. She is very well-traveled and passionate about interacting with a diverse clientele. Rhonda is a fitness and sports enthusiast and attends all of her son's basketball tournaments.