We did a lot while we were in NYC...again, we had no schedule and it was absolutely the best! Kaz kept asking me what I wanted to do and I kept saying just walk around and do whatever we want! We had brunch with his aunt and uncle Sunday morning at the Eatery. It was a really fun time catching up with them. Then we decided to walk the Brooklyn bridge and spend sometime in Dumbo. This is something I have never done in all my trips to NYC and it was a blast! There were so many people walking the bridge and Dumbo was a very cool little area across the water from NYC! We took our time walking back and that started the trek that we ended up doing 2-3xs a day....what I’m talking about is walking from 3rd street to 50th street:) We had subway passes but we walked the majority of the time, and by doing so we got to see so much! We walked about 7-8 miles that day so we decided to end the night with pizza at my FAVORITE place John’s Pizza! If you are ever in NYC you must go! We walked around Time Square just for a few minutes...and then called it an early night:)
The shirt is just a little bright:) the weather surprised us so I had to pull out the tank from under my 80s outfit and wear it;) The whole day I kept thinking about how blinding my shirt was, but at least I wasn't hot:)
On Monday, we decided to spend the day down in the Meat Packing district, SoHo, Greenwich Village, and Chelsea. These are my favorite places in NYC. I love going and could walk around at these places everyday! We walked the highline. I loved it so much, I will probably want to do this every time I go to New York now. It’s an old exposed subway track that they remodeled, landscaped, and made a little park. It’s very neat and pretty cool being able to walk through the buildings.
On our way back to the hotel, Kaz happened to see a group of people standing around and asked me if I thought something was going on. Of course, I was curious so I went over to see what was going on. I didn’t even have to ask anyone once I saw where we were! We were at the Gansevoort Hotel...The hotel where the Kardashians stay on their reality show in NYC! There were tons of paparazzi around so I knew someone famous was coming out! We waited for about 15 minutes and sure enough...Kim Kardashian! I was very excited to see her, even though I can get tired of her quick on Keeping Up with the Kardashians:) She was beautiful! It was just the beginning of our celebrity sightings:)
These were taken with my phone, so the flashes from everyone else effected the pictures!
That night we went to eat at Butter. One of my favorite restaurants:) Then we walked the famous 43 streets again, found a yummy little dessert place, and enjoyed the cool crisp NYC air!
Tomorrow I'll tell you about our last day...WHICH happens to be my favorite day....and we saw 3 celebrities!!!