I recently visited New York City’s Greenwich Village neighborhood, where I stumbled upon mews on a street that looked like a world away from Manhattan.
To get there, I took the M train to West 4 Street.
A short walk away, I found the street — called Washington Mews — behind an open gate between Washington Square and 8 Street.
Washington Mews is the name of a cobblestone street that looks like a “retreat” from the city, as an article in The New York Times described it in 1988.
Source: The New York Times