A View of Manhattan

Apparently, tomorrow we are expecting the ‘Blizzard of 2018’ in New Jersey. I really hope it doesn’t complicate our flight to San Juan, Puerto Rico on Thursday. We will see.

But today the skies were crisp and brilliant blue. Knowing what is coming tomorrow, we wanted to spend as much time outside as we could today. We didn’t waste any time getting bundled up and outdoors this morning.

We decided to have brunch at a nice little place called Turning Point in Hoboken. The food and service are great, but the big attraction here is the view of the city. What a view! Close and unobstructed, there are few places like it. And on a clear day and it’s an amateur photographer’s heaven.

Street parking can be a bit tricky, but there is a public parking garage on 12th between 15th and Sinatra Drive. If you park in the garage, the three block walk along the water to the restaurant is quite pleasant. Come when the temperature is moderate and you won’t ever want to leave!

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Skip and Terri Weir

We are a couple of empty nesters seeing the world. Sharing our experiences through photos, sketches & digital journaling. #UrbanSketcher Facebook: Skip Weir Art

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