to roosevelt island and back

.6205 .6206 .6208 .6212 .6218 .6203 Back to NYC posts. One morning we took the tramway to Roosevelt Island and back. There's nothing to see on the island, but the views from the tram car were well worth the zero dollars (we had a 7 day MTA card), with a sudden 30 second swaying standstill over 2nd Avenue included.

Åter till NYC-bilderna. En förmiddag tog vi linbanan till Roosevelt Island och tillbaka. Själva ön har inget att erbjuda, men utsikten från linbanan var väl värt de noll dollar det kostade att åka (vi hade ett sjudagars MTA-kort), inklusive ett gungande trettiosekundersstopp över 2nd Avenue.


  1. I have been a follower of your posts for a long time now, but don't know if I've ever commented on your lovely photos before.

    I lived in Queens, on the other side of Roosevelt Island from Manhattan, for a long time and I loved to ride my bike over there. There's actually an amazing history to the island (with a small pox hospital, a "lunatic asylum," and a penitentiary all making their homes there at one point or another) and gorgeous ruins of the small pox hospital to see on the south end. If you make it back there, you should check it out again.

    Thanks for your always inspiring shots!

  2. Hello!
    I too have been following you blog for over a year now and this is my first time commenting. That second photo in the series is absolutely stunning! I'm excited to see your future apartment, where ever you may end up :)

  3. Love this views, special the five

  4. grogeous views. i love new york! i hope to go back someday.

  5. my friend lives on roosevelt island so we visit there frequently! the new tram is great - much nicer than the older rickety one! the views from my friend's corner apartment are amazing. hope you visit it again sometime

  6. Amazing views!! New York is great! x


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