Sunday, April 24, 2016

New York

 Ty and I flew to New York last week for an epic adventure without the kids! Ty's mom was nice enough to come stay with the littles. We kept tabs on them constantly! Technology is fun sometimes! We missed them, but loved seeing their cute faces and hearing their sweet voices through the phone.

Ty was in New York for a leadership conference and I tagged along. The city was amazing!
 This arch was modeled after the Arc de Triomphe in France. It stands in Washington Square Park in Greenwich Village.
 I spent an afternoon walking down 5th Ave. I picked up gifts for the kids!
 There was so much history! So many beautiful old church buildings.
 The Empire State Building.
 The best almond butter cups ever. I want to order them in bulk and have them always in my purse forever.
 Ty and I were able to visit the Trade Center Memorial.
 We went to the very top....102 stories up!
 This was the city view from the top.
We walked all day and figured out the subway system!
We made it to Serendipity!
 They seated us right where John Cusack and Kate Beckinsale sat in the movie!
 I was so happy to be there!
 Frozen Hot Chocolate!
 Totally amazing and must be re-created at home.
 We visited a total of 3 Apple stores while in Manhattan. This one is the flagship store! Ty was at one with his people.
 We walked through Central Park to see the Manhattan temple. We felt like this was our own little part of the city.
 Then we stumbled across the Hotel Empire...the hotel owned by Chuck bass in the Gossip Girl series...not that I would know ;)
 St. Patty's Cathedral.
 It was beautiful!
 The Fat Witch bakery for famous almond brownies! (the chocolate meter on this trip was ridiculously high!)
 Outside Chelsea Market.
 Inside Grand Central.
 There was more....Rockefeller Center, Times Square, A late night dinner at a Brazilian Steakhouse, shopping for baguettes at a beautiful was a wonderful trip! We had a great time and we were so excited to come home to the kids. I picked up this granola for the trip home. More chocolate to end with!


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