An Afternoon In Greenwich Village

The Village and the Lower East Side have always been my favorite areas of Manhattan. I worked in several stores and businesses there throughout my 20’s including Manic Panic and Unique Clothing Warehouse. I also hung out there with friends, going to see the midnight showing of Rocky Horror at the 8th Street Playhouse, hanging out in Washington Square Park or going to CBGB’s to watch local bands. There was an energy in the Village that was unlike anywhere else.

One of our trips back home (we live in Florida now), my husband and I took our two daughters (our son wasn’t with us on this trip) to the Village to show them some of the places we loved and for this week’s Wordless Wednesday, I wanted to share some of our photos.

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My favorite place to shop – Trash & Vaudeville!
Jacqueline at Trash & Vaudeville

My daughter and I after we did some shopping and she changed into the skirt we bought.
Trash & Vaudeville

Washington Square Park

Street band

Street band 1
NYU


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  1. Billy says:

    Thanks for the walk down memory lane. Well actually, it’s more like a walk down St Marks Place. ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Jacqueline says:

    Oh that was a good trip! I loved that skirt so much as well. Haha
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  3. Your day with your daughter looks like it was so much fun! We have never explored New York and having only been there twice, we have never had a chance to explore the quieter more scenic parts esp the parks.

  4. Censie says:

    Looks like a great day with your daughter. I have never been to NYC. One day soon I hope!
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  5. Chastity says:

    What a fun shopping trip! I have never been to the village, but will have to go on my next visit to NYC!
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  6. What a fun outing!
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  7. It looks like you guys had an amazing time! My brother-in-law is headed that way next week – so jealous!
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  8. What a nice place to visit! So many things to see there that is really interesting!
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  9. Kerri says:

    Looks like you had a fun time. Next time I head down to that part of NYC, I want to check out this store. Always love a new find!
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  10. Linda says:

    Love Washington Square Park, did you get to hear Colin play his piano?

    I need to get into the city soon before we go back to Florida.

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  11. Bri says:

    I love listening to live music in the park. It looked like a lovely day to go traveling around town.

  12. GiGi Eats says:

    Oh my goodness, the last time I was on the east coast, specifically NY… Gah! 2006?? It’s been so long and to be honest, I am not even sure I can go back – I have way too much history over there, it would just be so strange!
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  13. I LOVE NYC. I have not been in over 10 years, I look forward to taking my kids someday. It is my favorite place I have ever traveled!
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  14. Loks like fun to listen to a street band!!

    Have a great week!

  15. stevebethere says:

    Lovd the photos interesting too ๐Ÿ™‚

    Have a tanfastic week ๐Ÿ™‚
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