Un poco de vida nocturna en Nueva York / Some Nightlife in New York City

Near Williamsburg Bridge that connects Manhattan with Brooklyn / Cerca del puente Williamsburg que conecta Manhattan con Brooklyn

Near Williamsburg Bridge that connects Manhattan with Brooklyn / Cerca del puente Williamsburg que conecta Manhattan con Brooklyn

The Back Room Bar - Lower East Side @ NYC. All the drinks were served in a cup of tea to keep the tradition of the years 30' where selling alcohol was prohibitied... a very cool bar!! (servían todos los tragos en tazas de te para mantener la tradición de los años 30 donde estaba prohibido vender alcohol)

The Back Room Bar – Lower East Side @ NYC. All the drinks were served in a cup of tea to keep the tradition of the years 30′ where selling alcohol was prohibitied, so they sold them in cup of tea… a very cool bar!! (servían todos los tragos en tazas de te para mantener la tradición de los años 30 donde estaba prohibido vender alcohol entonces lo disimulaban de esa forma)

Wine Bar over the Upper West Side with my friends: Mara from Chile and Linn from Sweden.

Wine Bar over the Upper West Side with my friends: Mara from Chile and Linn from Sweden. (Con mis amigas Mara de Chile y Linn de Suecia).

Between Greenwich and SOHO. I was frozen...a very cold night! / Estaba congelada... una noche muy fría!

Between Greenwich and SOHO. I was frozen…a very cold night! / Estaba congelada… una noche muy fría!

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Puse estas fotos para tener un poco de recuerdo.

En la primera foto estoy por tomarme el subte, cerca del puente Williamsburg que conecta Manhattan con Brooklyn (por el Lower East Side).

La segunda foto fue en un bar que estaba muy bueno (muy lindo) que se llama The Back Room que queda por el Lower East Side. Es un bar que queda en un subsuelo y lo que tiene de diferente, es que toda la gente está tomando sus tragos en tazas de te! Tiene un poco de historia… y es porque luego de la depresión de los años 30 estaba prohibido vender alcohol… entonces en ese bar se vendía alcohol, y para disimularlo, lo servían en tazas. Y al día de hoy, que este bar, mantiene esa tradición. Lo bueno es que podía estar tranquila tomando mi taza de te o café sin que nadie se diera cuenta jaja. Como no tomo alcohol, siempre mis amigos me cargan 😉 Igual me pedí algo frío para tomar!

En la tercera foto estoy con Mara de Chile y Linn de Suecia tomando algo en un Bar de Vinos por el Upper West Side… Pedí una Capuccino que nunca me trajeron! jajaaj (No tenían gaseosas creo). Así que me conformé con el agua que trajeron al principio jajaja. True Story!

Y en la última foto fue cuando salí por la zona del SOHO (por ahí). Hacía muchísimo frío… y gracias a esa campera que me compré sobreviví jajaja. Parecía un muñeco de nieve! Pero ahora entiendo un poco más, aunque no del todo jaja) por qué las minas acá con tannnnto frío que hace de noche, se visten de verano… mostrando sus piernas o etc. Porque usan esas camperas! (Soy más top porque la compré en SALE y me salió USD 115 menos!!! jaja como se está terminando el invierno…) 😉 Igual sigue haciendo bastante frío!

BUENA VIBRA… me voy a dormir que no doy más… pero no quería dejar de escribir en mi blog! Mañana me espera un día bastante intenso… 11 horas literal de clases! Creo que tengo un intervalo de una hora nomás…

JESS

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I uploaded this photos to have them as a memory.

In the first one, I was going to take the subway, very close to the Williamsburg Bridge that connects Brooklyn with Manhattan (over the Lower East Side).

In the second photo, I was at a very cool bar called THE BACK ROOM on the Lower East Side. Yu have to go downstairs to go to the bar and what it makes this bar different is that they serve all the drinks in cup of tea. It has a little of history… because after the depression of the years 30′ it was prohibitied selling alcohol, so in this bar they sold alcohol in cups to hide that they were selling alcohol. So, nowadays the keep that tradition. The good thing was that I could be relaxed having a cup of tea or coffee and nobody would noticed hahaha. As I don’t drink alcohol, my friends always make me jokes 😉 But I asked for something cold to drink… 

In the third photo I am with Mara from Chile and Linn from Sweden drinking something at a Wine Bar over the Upper West Side… I asked for a Capuccino that they never brought me! hahaha (I think they didn’t have drinks like Coke, Sprite, etc). So, I had to be cool with my glass of water that they brought at the beginning hahaha. True Story!

In the last photo, i went out over or near SOHO place. It was very cold…and thanks to that warm coat I survived! I was a snow ball haha. but now I understand a little bit more (but not at all haha) how women here in NYC in winter they went out like if they were in summer… showing their legs, etc. They use that warm coats! (Although I am more TOP because I bought it in SALE and it was USD 115 cheaper! hahah because the winter is ending… but is still very cold!

GOOD VIBES…. I;m going to bed because I am very tired… but I didn’t want to stop writing on my blog! Tomorrow I will have a very heavy day! 11 hours of classes…. I think I have a break of only 1 hour…

JESS

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One thought on “Un poco de vida nocturna en Nueva York / Some Nightlife in New York City

  1. im glad your into history and theres nothing wrong with not drinking you sounded like you had fun just being in the atmosphere you looked great the way you dressed you can always go online walmart.com and buy anything you want and most of the stuff will be delivered to you free dont let anyone tell you you cant do something cause ive seen in you anything you set your mind at you accomplish ive seenyour videos you are very awsum and i see a great spirited lady in you well take care dont burn yourself out today your friend pete

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