After five hours of sleep we had breakfast in our hotel and a business talk about don’t disturb the sheep. After lots of coffee we started making plans for the day. We set off by subway from Broadway via 14th street to Williamsburg with line L. We visited vintage stores like JunkBrooklyn and had a lovely lunch in House of Small Wonder. Williamsburg is an upcoming district. It is hip and happening, especially during the weekends. We love it!
Within five hours time we visited both East Village and Brooklyn. We spotted our colleague Dennis (one of our ‘guest sheeps’ in future) in the morning at breakfast. He gave us a tip to visit East Village. We tried to find some interesting places in East Village but in the end we both agreed that Brooklyn and Williamsburg are more inspiring places to us. After we crossed the East River to Brooklyn by subway again we had what we wanted again: vintage, hip spots, a vibrant atmosphere and on every corner great grafiti from unknown artists. It is a very inspiring place to be and an upcoming market for all kinds of artistic expressions. Check it out for yourself!