Today's route: Nolita ("North of Little Italy")
Looking south on Crosby Street
Ladder Company No. 20
New York's original St. Patrick's Cathedral
Funky jewelry, hats and handbags line the brick wall
along Prince Street
And the graveyard within the brick wall
bordering Mulberry, Prince and Mott Streets
Former Fourteenth Ward Industrial School
with turquoise fire escapes
Cafe Gitane at Prince and Mott
"The very tiny Bistro Margot" is very tiny apparently;
I couldn't find it so I took a picture of The Kitchen Club.
Elizabeth Street Gallery
Proceeding south on Elizabeth Street
Old neighborhood storefront turned sleek and stylish boutique
166 Elizabeth Street at Kenmare
Looking west into Little Italy ...
... And south into Chinatown
The Empire State Building looms here from the corner of Broome and Mott, but it's lost in white-out due to the overcast sky and poor pixels on my camera phone.
This is one way to secure a bike: remove wheels and lock to street sign
But one has to wonder, if you're going to take the wheels with you, why not bring the entire bike? This person's apartment must be really small.