Walking across the Brooklyn bridge was definitely a “woah I’m in NY!!” moment. I saved Brooklyn & Williamsburg to the last few days I was there 🙂 There were plenty of people running, which was making ME itch for a run.So from the get go, I knew what I wanted to do the next day, a.k.a, last day : run on the bridge, enjoy the view, have my final breakfast, send out the postcards, etc but none of that happened because… I woke up two hours before my flight, ladies and gentlemen. yeah…
I’m not saying this because I’m used to taking the train, but the NYC subway was relatively easy to navigate. It’ll just take you 10 minutes to figure out the colours and numbered system. You’re all set after that.
The Brooklyn Flea Market had a very cool and underground vibe to the whole place. Whether you want to splash out on one of a kind furniture, buy a plant, or wallop on a burger; the market is definitely your weekend buddy.
If you have the time (like 2 hours minimum!), do stop by Beacon’s Closet. You want to take your own precious time and get your hands get in derre. Some of the pieces are a littttle on the wild side, but it really boils down to your luck. I got lucky with my pink tapered Kate Spade pants.