October 25, 2017 2Comment

Since I moved to New York last year I have found some amazing applications that save you a lot of money and help you get to know what NYC has to offer much faster. 33 cents for a cocktail in NYC, yes it is possible The first app I found was Hooch- this is a drinking app. You can get up to 31 drinks a month for $9.99. This app allows you to redeem a drink per day. There are plenty of participating venues and those are not only in NYC but in some other big cities as well. Check out…

September 19, 2017

New York is my favourite city and I have lived here over a year now. In this post I wanted to share some of my favourite places: to stay to see to eat to shop and how to move from one place to another. Where to stay in NYC I always use Booking when I look for accommodation.  Both hotels I recommend are absolutely beautiful, face Manhattan skyline, have amazing architecture and rooftop swimming pools. 5* hotel in Brooklyn Dumbo 5* hotel in Brooklyn Williamsburg Do want to save on your accommodation? Head over to this post. You may also like: Cherry Blossom in Brooklyn…

April 30, 2017

5 hours in the park squeezed into 3 mins You may also like: Ultimate Guide to NYC 6 dollar lunch in NYC 3 must have apps for New Yorkers You may also like: Breathtaking dresses White Pants Outfits 26 ideas for a bikini photoshoot   Popular posts: 30 places I want to visit before I turn 30 How to organise last minute trip to Washington DC and save Caribbean cruise Pin for later:

April 5, 2017

——————————————————- October 17th update- offer valid till end of this week You will receive your Amazon® e-gift-card via email within approximately 45 days of signing up. New users must sign up with unique invite link (click) on the 12 or 20 dinner or lunch plans and complete your first cycle to qualify for the promotion. You cannot refer friends who are active or previous MealPal users — offer only applies to new paying MealPal subscribers. Limit to one $50 e-gift card per new MealPal account created.   ——————————————————-   I found out about MealPal while on Pinterest. Lunches in NYC…