The Big Green/Red Fruit City


This seems to be common trend with my blog recently, i want to keep it short.  I’m spending way too much time enjoying myself and not enough time writing about it.  I will again keep this post brief.  What i’ll do instead is dot point brief what we did:

  • Visited Time square at night
  • Bryant park to see ice rink, markets and had hot cider
  • Added to my hat collection
  • Staten Island Ferry – good idea if you want to see statue of liberty and not pay as it does a good drive by
  • Went to world trade centre memorial
  • Central park
  • Little Italy (for a new york slice)
  • Hot dogs x 2 with the lot
  • Ice Hockey at Madison Square Gardens – highly recommended!
  • Harlem
  • Brooklyn – across bridge and down to prominade
  • Soho
  • Grand Central
  • Tribeca
  • Meat Packing district -Chelsea markets are amazing also visited a bar called The Tippler – highly recommend for amazing cocktails and awesome looking joint!
  • Madison Avenue shopping strips
  • Rachel finally got to try red lobster and i got to try white castle!

All up we walked about 20,000 – 30,000 steps a day.

Now that I have made a list its much better to see photos!

Flatiron Building - NYC

Flatiron Building – NYC

My Collection Of Hats and our hotel room view

My Collection Of Hats and our hotel room view

Manhattan Skyline

Manhattan Skyline

Staten Island ferry - Rachel

Staten Island ferry – Rachel

Rachel Chilling by Brooklyn Bridge

Rachel Chilling by Brooklyn Bridge

Downtown Manhattan

Downtown Manhattan

Downtown Manhattan

Downtown Manhattan

After a few drinks at the Tippler

After a few drinks at the Tippler

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