Tuesday, October 27, 2009

New York City Walking Tour with Photographer

When we were trying to figure out all that we wanted to do in NYC... my Mother in law sent me a link to Viator.com which has all kinds of different tours. But one of them involved a walking tour of NYC with a photographer. She said as much as I love to take pictures I am never in them... so this was perfect.

I scheduled it for thursday at 2:00 pm. We met him on the steps of the New Victory Theater.
From there, we covered Times Square, Central Park, the Brooklyn Bridge and then Soho. We traveled from place to place by subway and he gave us a wealth of information about the city and places to go and see.

It cost about $250 by the time all was said and done, we had tons of pictures of ourselves, a CD with said images and a good feel for the city. :) Well worth it, if you ask me. :)

Times Square, of course.

The subway

Central Park

Central Park

The Big Apple, duh!

The Brooklyn Bridge

on our way to Soho

and in Soho. We stayed and had a drink and just fell in love with this part of town. For the low low price of oh... $750,000 we might be able to get a small one bedroom. OYE!


Lawfrog said...

What a great idea to have a photographer follow you around. Neat way to get lots of cool pics without having to ask a stranger to take them for you. Looks like you two had a wonderful time in NYC!

Jess said...

LOVE all the pics...that's a great idea! SOHO is my fav too...just *barely* out of my price range! :)