The City That Never Sleeps
We have entered day 3 in the city that never sleeps and we cannot believe what a TIME WARP we are living in. We cannot tell what day it is, we cannot believe how NYC is it's own little world.
We are exhausted but having a ball. We have NEVER let our children stay up so late so many nights in a row, but it's almost like you get sucked in. Broadway the first night, exploring the second and our oils class the last day......plus, the city never sleeps. There is ALWAYS something going on!
We let the kids sleep in, and then walked in per usual, to do some shopping and site seeing.
Clearance rack twins:
Sweet Avery loves fashion and sparkles and all things GIRLIE, but she discovered day 1 that gold sparkly high tops give you ankle blisters, and day 2, she wore flip flops and discovered that didn't work so good either.
Day 3, we were on the hunt for ATHLETIC tennis shoes, the comfy kind. She says these are bulky and ugly but they feel better than my gold ones. And look, she is almost twinsies with her big sis now!
We headed through Time Square to return a pair of Old Navy slides that didn't work, and again I am amazed at how this particular place is packed ALL HOURS OF THE DAY and NIGHT!
We walked around and enjoyed the sites a bit more, knowing this was our last day here.
Do you remember the Seinfeld Soup Nazi?
We want past his restaurant, it's a legit thing!!!!
We were on a mission for Pizza though. Oh man, you cannot beat a NY slice. It's so chewy and soft, yet crispy because of the way they toast it fresh for you before you get it. I don't know how we will EVER eat "other" pizza again, and I am not even joking.
Oh, and according to a nice man we met on the subway, the B&W Cookie is a New York MUST eat! So we got one of those too. It is almost like a lemon shortbread cookie with a half white, half chocolate ganache.
The whole reason for coming to the Big Apple was to give our sweet friend, Natalia an essential oil class for her family and friends! And tonight was the night!
She had to go teach a dance class, but told us where to go to set up for our oils class in the meantime. It was the most beautiful place, with doormen and chandeliers and gardens!!!!
Class went GREAT and we will be returning in the fall hopefully, for some more. We told Natalia bye and headed across Time Square one final time to get to our subway and RV park, where we would be pulling out the next morning.
New York at night is so magical!
You just HAVE to be sure to use the buddy system when manuvering 6 people through!
Time Square Slideshow:
We are so so tired, but so so happy with our time in first Philly, and then NYC. What a week!
We pulled out fairly early the next day, and no joke, everyone took naps AND went to bed early because they were so pooped out from their NY party.
Bye NYC, it has been grand! See you later! We are off to Amish country and hid out a bit. Haha!
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