Have you ever had a dream that just wouldn't go away?
I think we are all full of these dreams, and NYC is the city where I go to remember mine. A mere 4.5 hour bus ride from our hometown of (by contrast positively sleepy) Boston, New York lies glimmering, chock full of possibilities, layered with smells, sights, sounds, and a relentless hustle. It's intoxicating, maneuvering between the collective schedules of so much energetic desire for greatness. This Thursday through the weekend, the Silkstaq Team journeys in the city that doesn't sleep but can't stop dreaming. Come along!
Friday we embarked on a casual tour of MOMA, my favorite museum in the world so far, before meeting up for dinner at Columbus Circle with a new friend, Lexi, who might be described as a Pakistani-British jetsetter socialite (hoping to interview her soon). Lexi attends college in Boston, but just happened to be in NY at the same time!
Heading back to W36th for the night, we discovered that we're right by the headquarters of the New Yorker! (Too lazy to substantiate this, but this building, located half a block away from our Airbnb, seems to strongly suggest this. Update: apparently it's a hotel called the New Yorker. Oops!) Thanks for reading! Stay tuned for the rest of our trip! And hope we see you on Silkstaq soon!