We are really tired from a long day in the city and so I am going to save my energy for later and just caption these pictures. Since we are on an overnight to Europe tomorrow, it will essentially be a 2fer. We saw a guy get hit by a cab in the city today.
Home away from home, leaving the Stamford abode
I think I see a flying buttress back there
Our walk from the subway to meet our Uncle Mark for lunch at his work
at 55th and Madison
We cut through a building that house a gigantic Spiderman
Giants, We ate lunch at a cuban spot that was really good
After lunch, we walked towards Central Park and the Apple store.
All apple fanboys need to make one trip to the Manhattan store
in their lifetime, much like the Hajj, except with less stone throwing.
Photo from inside the Apple Chapel
Statue of Lou
Puppies in FAO Schwarz
Statue outside Central Park
Statue and Plaza Hotel, moments before setting off on a carriage ride. If you look closely, you can see
Kristin negotiating with a carriage rider. I was initially quite skeptical about a ride in this awful
weather, but it was fun.
Our driver, who probably has my red jersey shore sun glasses that I left with him
An old tree
View of the city from a carriage
See that guy on top of that hill? Straight breaking it down, dancing like a fool
Boo, all 5 layers of her
note the blanket
Kristin trying to look natural
Frozen pond that Holden Caulfield pondered in Catcher in the Rye. No ducks.
Here we are trying to figure out what to do next. I voted for Moma, Kristin for the WTC construction site, guess who won?
Looking for a subway
WTC site, not incredibly exciting
sad little memorial
We decided to head towards Wall St. and Tiffany and Co.
GW on Wall Street
We went inside and they did not even treat us like homeless people!
Where it all goes down
Front of New York Stock Exchange
Waiting for the subway home