Algonquin Nostalgia

Since it first opened in 1902, the Algonquin has hosted some of the world’s most celebrated cabaret singers, literary figures, and has been said to have spawned the creation of The New Yorker magazine.

I stayed here in March and could feel the echoes of history resonating through the halls. It was a remarkable experience and I felt a tinge of nostalgia as I walked by this New York City landmark tonight.

Hipstamatic

Lens: Kaiman Mark II

Fim: Kodot Verichom

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