Friday, December 08, 2006

Dobré ráno

I used the word nebby today and fried up two cabbage pierogies. It was awesome. Sold a few things on etsy so I'll post a few more items this evening. Other than that, things are good. I've ended my stint in NY and it seems like I'll be in Cbus through the New Year. Whoo-hoo!
Binghampton was a pretty cute town though. IBM used to employee over 30,000 people there, (or course no longer) so there is all the associated dying/dead industrial remenants. But downtown along the river were some really spectacular old homes gorgeously decorated for the holidays. I found a little Natural food shop with mock tuna wraps and wanted to eat here but didn't have a chance as I was really sick last week and there just wasn't time this week.

There were bike trails everywhere and downtown there was an amazing old railroad bridge converted to a bike path and lit. It melted my heart. <3 align="center">

1 comment:

  1. Anonymous9:14 AM

    Hey there!

    Binghamton is really cool. I was there in July for a wedding. I love those old industrial cities. Yeah, parts are a bit rundown but I really like the history, the neat brick buildings, the feeling of the passage of time. It is quite a change from sterile suburbs and the "cleaner" look of most midwestern cities.

    Did you happen to see the awesome art deco Greyhound station?

    Another fun fact: There are SIX historic wooden carousels scattered around the area, all donated by a wealthy businessman 80 years ago. And they are all free to ride!

    And the Black Bear winery up in the surrounding hills makes some really good fruit wine.


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