Heather Pitts's Blog


Manhattan Adventures
March 10, 2010, 9:40 pm
Filed under: photos, travel

We started out the day with a trip to Nita’s work – a doggie daycare. A little loud, but very cute. The pug in the back corner belonged to Robin Williams.

We hopped on the subway to the Biennial show at the Whitney Museum. It was okay. Not as good as past shows I have seen there. This was one of my favorites – http://www.whitney.org/Exhibitions/2010Biennial/PaeWhite

We stopped by Neil’s Coffee Shop for a quick bite of lunch before heading into Central Park. I have walked across the park before, but never taken the time to stroll through very much. We saw the Bethesda Fountain and took a trip to the Central Park Zoo.  Kyle had never been even though he has been in NYC for almost 10 years. It was worth the $10 for sure. I would like one of the little monkeys below please.

After the park, it was time for a little shopping. Kyle needed a new hat for his “look” tonight, so we headed down to Garment District to his favorite hat shop. And what would a trip to NYC be without H&M. No worries. I only spent $10. A record low! I also purchased some amazing sunglasses for $3 from a street vendor.

We met my friend Dale for dinner at a delicious restaurant – http://www.1291swizz.com/ – where we shared some cheese fondue. YUMMY.

I am pooped. I feel like we walked 10 miles today and I need some better walking shoes. We are back at the apartment now for a quick disco nap before we head out on the town tonight. I’m sure I will have some good stories tomorrow!

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