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Secret Parks in NYC

There are little known and hidden away gems in the great vast city such as New York.  For people like me who only go there for the daily grind and then go back to the burbs for peace and quiet, it’s easy to miss these gems.  That’s why you find yourself a friend who lives and breathes the city life.  Someone who not only knows the public transit like the back of their hand, but can also roll off every food joint within walking distance of wherever they are at that very moment.

I was lucky enough to have met such a person at my new job.  She is very lovely, and incredibly sweet.  She asked me if I wanted to have lunch with her, to which I told her to mind her business and go away.  Just kidding.  Of course I agreed to have a lunch buddy.  There’s nothing more annoying than having to eat lunch at work all by your lonesome self.  We went outside to eat, since it was a comfortable 73 degrees farenheit outside, and she decided to show me this hidden little gem.  It was gorgeous.  It had trees, and bushes, completed with all sorts of nice smelling flowers and a waterfall.  There was plenty of sitting (but most of it was taken by the lunch crowd).  It was so relaxing, I wanted to stay there the rest of the day.  It is also very well hidden.  The one downside, is that there is a “No Photography” sign.  Not sure why it’s there, but like many warning signs, there is probably a very good reason for it.  (Mainly that somebody ruined it for everybody)

In case you are wondering, no, I am not telling you where it is.  Find yourself an NYC lunch buddy, although I doubt even they’ll know.

Quirkily yours,
The Quirky Digest

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