Woodlawn Cemetery (at the end of the 4 line in NYC) is the last stop for many of the Gilded Age's and music's most prominent figures.
My visit brought some calm and a great escape from the buzz and bustle of the big metropolis.
The breakfast plate at La Masa hit the spot after a long trek through The New York Botanical Garden.
At the end of the 4 line on NYC's subway you will find this mural dedicated to the memory of those who fell while serving the USA.
Loeser's has been running strong for over fifty years and has kept all of its old school charm.
Within a block of each other off of the 238th Street subway station are two of the Bronx's best bars.
Some of the great paint from a walk through the Bronx.
The Bronx Walk of Fame is the contemporary, locals-only equivalent to the Hall of Fame for Great Americans at Bronx Community College.
The Hall of Fame for Great Americans is a neoclassical colonnade dedicated to Americans who made great contributions in their lifetime.
The Gould Memorial Library is the jewel of the Bronx Community College Campus.
Cơm Tấm Ninh Kiều sits right off the 4 line in the Bronx. It serves up Vietnamese fare including the popular American menu item pho.