Maybe I should just call it “Not-a-Novel Wednesday”?
Early morning in Times Square. This was my first daylight scene in New York.
Breakfast Saturday morning.
And Max Brenner is my new favorite restaurant.
A Saturday morning market. Oh how I can’t wait to live in a city again…someday.
Grand Central Subway. I love all of the amazing tile work throughout the subways
. So many of the stations are like this, with mosaics lining the walls.
Our super short (literally) wait to get to the top of the Empire State Building.
Downtown, as seen from the Empire State Building.
More from the Empire State Building.
The Chrysler Building…probably my favorite building in New York.
Uptown from the Empire State Building.
Self-portrait from the Empire State Building. I don’t love it, but it’s the only one we have of the three of us…and Emily and Sarah look good, so I’m sacrificing. Aren’t I the nicest friend ever?
And this is how I truly feel about pigeons. Gag!
The craziness of Times Square at 11:00 pm. Things were just getting started.
Max Brenner…again. I could eat here (or drink hot chocolate here) every morning for the rest of my existence. So delicious. As a chocoholic, Max Brenner is my kind of restaurant.
. This experience affected me a lot more than I thought it would, even with all of the fences and construction going on. If you ever have a chance to visit, it is well worth it.
No. I don’t know this couple. But I loved the lighting. I just wish I could have captured, in digital photo form, one of the many makeouts we were privileged enough to witness.
The Manhattan New York LDS Temple
It was a fabulous trip. And in case you were wondering, yes, I love taking pictures of food. There aren’t many pictures of us because I pretty much hate tourist poser photos, so I don’t pose for them, nor do I take them.
Things not photographed: our shopping at H&M, my favorite store, and dinner at this great sushi place with Erika (I do have limits…this place was just a little too nice to bust out the camera without being a food critic). It was delicious! (I think it’s called Natsumo???) It’s on 50th St. between Broadway and 8th Ave, right across from the Gershwin Theater. Amazing!