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NYC: Dream boat

Central Park boats - The cat, you and us
Dreams, those that you put in a bucket list, can be very random and surprising sometimes. Since Dani confirmed, during a visit in Versailles that row boats where certainly his thing, he immediately put the Lake on Central Park as his number 1 row boat dream experience. ... Continue reading ⇢


NYC: Apple bite in Central Park

Central Park Big Lawn - The cat, you and us
One of the things we were looking forward for this trip was to enjoy a little bit more some parts of the city we had already visited our first time back in 2009 (I know, way too long ago, ha!). Central Park was indeed one of the highlights of the second rounds.There were certain experiences we couldn't miss this time, like sailing the lake boats (that will be a next post, spoiler alert!) but also having a picnic at the big lawn.... Continue reading ⇢


NYC: Bikes in DUMBO

Bikes at Dumbo - The cat, you and us
Although Dani and myself are not of the sporty type (minus our scooters), we had one thing very high on our bucketlist for New York: cross at least one of the famous bridges with a bike. It would not be a lot for some, but taking into account that we haven't probably ridden a bike in like 10 years, that might add a different perspective at what was for us.... Continue reading ⇢


Catweek: Modern cats of the city

Cat jumpsuit outfit - The cat, you and us
Happy Meow-nday! Finally, we are able to bring back one classic of this online home: Catweek! And to start we have a special one because this time we go international ^wink^ and happens in New York City, more precisely in front of the famous Mexican restaurant La Esquina (The Corner).... Continue reading ⇢


NYC: the sneak peek

Brooklyn bridge New York City - The cat, you and us
Recently, people from New York taught me an incredible lesson in how to be nice to each other, even in the busiest & (sometimes) toughest city in the world. I was fascinating seeing the interaction between people in the city and taking good notes. The city made me feel happy & came back home with more nostalgia than I had anticipated. I guess having (almost) every corner looking like a movie set made part of the charm, while the yummy food in our bellies was in charge of the rest of enchantment, ha!... Continue reading ⇢