When you think of New York City, you probably think of traversing busy streets with buildings stretching up above you...
...and this is, in fact, one of the novelties and fun parts about visiting NYC.
I especially like the buildings that look like they've been randomly picked out of Paris and plopped in the middle of Manhattan, but that's just me...
In today's New York City trip report post, however, we are seeking the pastoral rather than the urban. One of the items on our itinerary during my cousin Becky's & my trip was one of New York's hippest green spaces: the High Line.
"The High Line is a New York City park maintained and supported by Friends of the High Line." There are a variety of places you can access it - I believe this entrance was at 30th street. We walked South along it to eventually end up at Chelsea Marketplace.
The High Line is built along an abandoned elevated railway track, now filled with plants and promenades.
Shall we go for a stroll?