Beautiful cast iron details, Midtown.....that I haven't even been to Central Park yet? Only having one day in NYC, before 3 days in The Hamptons, 2 days of blog conference and then a day yesterday at Woodbury Common, I am looking longingly at my NYC maps, whispering to myself', "soon A-M, soon".
I am so glad Katrina is around at the moment. As much as I love travelling alone, it's great to have someone to giggle with over things. We've had so many laughs over real characters we have met in our adventures...a Latino lady who kept telling us to "stand here, here, here, no stand here, here, here" whilst waiting for the bus yesterday. If we put one foot over the pavement line, she'd be back, shuffling us around, "stand here, here". We would deliberately put our toes over the line just so she would waddle back and tell us where to stand again.
So I am making the most of the fact that Katrina is here until Wednesday, totally hijacking her 'second honeymoon' (she'll roll her eyes when she reads that) and joining her and hubby again today to do 'The Highline'. Google it! Great story. Such a fabulous, forward thinking city. Thanks to Anna Spiro, I would have not known about it. Thanks for all your tips Anna, I am following through a lot of them later in the week!
Put these in just for Faux Fuchsia.
FF, Missoni are now reading your blog!
And don't get me started on Converse.....never owned a pair in my life...and now my whole family will be dressed top to toe in Converse. I can see how this consumerism starts. I could get used to it! I mean $40 a pair with the second half price and $10 shirts. Get out!
Off to breakfast now and then out into New York's dirty, hot, humid, crowded, magical streets!