Friday, July 28, 2017

Save $1300 on the Diorever bag

Just a quick post today to let you know I found a pre-owned version of my beloved Diorever bag for $1300 less than retail. It's an amazing deal if you're looking into purchasing this bag. You can read my review here and here.


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Lovely bag!

Ok here are more tips: and remember that these places I've been suggesting are not the typical places tourists visit.
1. Visit The Cloisters Museum. Take the A train (uptown) to Dyckman St Station ( I think it's around 200th Street)
2. Visit the Cathedral of St. John the Devine. Take the # 1 train to 110th Street (it's really beautiful)
3. You can also visit (lots of walking) The High Line. Website is www.the It's an abandoned rail line -- now used for walking ...I think it's about a mile and a half long :-)

To be continued
When the time comes, you will realize that the best way to tour NYC is to alternate activities:: hectic days and relaxed days. For example, you would visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art & Guggenheim one day (a hectic day) and the following day you would visit the Brooklyn Botanic Garden and Brooklyn Museum which is not as big as the Met. Make sure to visit the Gift Shop in both places: BBG and the BM. It's always a good idea to bring a thin blanket or beach towel to the BBG ... relax, read a book, etc and that will make it more bearable to have a hectic day the following day. I can't stress enough the importance of wearing very comfortable shoes.

TTYL...your friend