My sister’s wedding was in less than a month and she was nowhere near to choosing a bridal dress. She is way too much picky. I took her to another bridal shop (Lotus Bridal) in Madison with no high hopes but things turned out to be different. It was a local Bridal Shop but the level of professionalism was top notch. Christine was our bridal consultant and she was super attentive and loving. She understood the type of dress my sister was looking for. I knew in my heart that she would come with a “my sister’s worthy” dress and she did. She showed us two to three dresses to try on. Each one of them was so beautiful to miss out on. My sister instantly selected the veil and at the moment I was the most relieved person. Christine really put a lot of effort and helped us get the best bridal dress. This place has now a special heart in my place. I too will buy my own bridal dress from here.
Lotus Bridal, 1822 Avenue U, New York, New York 11229, United States
Wyckoff-Bennett Homestead has my heart. The moment I stepped into this house, it gave me the feeling of a true Dutch lifestyle. Antique riffles on the wall, a spinning wheel in the attic, a horse-drawn sleigh in the barn a treat for eyes for people like me who love historical places and antique items. It was built by the Dutch settlers in 1766, later bought by the Bennet family who lived here till the 1980s. The house really gave me a feeling of 18th-century colonial life (Except that I was living in NYC in 2022). It is, indeed, a living museum because the current owners live here. They were kind enough to let me visit all the beautiful corners of the house. I also visited a farmhouse stuffed with unique Dutch stuff hung there with detail. The house inside and courtyard covered with greenery is beautiful. Loved the clover grass and all the flora and fauna around. Have you guys ever visited this house? Pro tip: If you want to visit this beautiful place, you must seek the permission of the family.
The Law Office of Anthony Sharnov, 1674 E 22nd St, New York, New York 11229, United States
“Books” are my first love! There is nothing that can make me happier than books and libraries. (Libraries are my second home, you can say). I have been living in New York for more than 3 years now and I am always on a hunt to find some cool libraries I can tell you Brooklyn Public Library is one of the great places where you can study. I often come here to find amazing books and sometimes just to organize my thoughts and ideas. The first time I walked in, all I could see were books, books, and books. For a person like me who loves history, literature, and art, this is a real treat to the eyes. It contains thousands of books related to almost all subjects. They are not very strict (I often take my coffee cup and snacks inside and enjoy them while studying). There are many, many libraries in NYC, but this one has my heart. It is often crowded with tourists. However, I often go on weekends when there are not so many people. (Also, they arrange great exhibits of historical material on weekends so that’s a plus for me). If you’re a book lover like me, this is a good and free place to study!
Brooklyn Public Library - Kings Highway Branch, 2115 Ocean Ave, New York, New York 11229, United States