Sunday I woke up and ate a granola bar and drank some water for breakfast.
I was feeling so ready to see as much as I could!
I caught a cab to The American Museum of Natural History.
This place is so big! I could only do the first two floors. My legs were still tired from the day before and after two floors of this and the amount of walking I still wanted to do I knew I had better stop there.
There’s something creepy behind me, isn’t there?
OMG…these bears though!
I would go through and post a bunch of other pictures of the museum but they just don’t do the exhibits justice. Just go visit. Seriously. It will be better than any pictures anyone has ever taken there. The dioramas are so good! All of the exhibits are top notch. If you’re a museum freak like me it is worth your time. The next time I go to NYC I’ll probably go back just so I can see the two levels I had to miss.
After the museum I was starving but I didn’t want to eat too much. I used the Central Park West exit (the same one I came in) and there were food trucks everywhere. I picked one and grabbed a hot dog and a doctor pepper. It was delicious!
I ate on the go venturing just a little way into Central Park then back onto the sidewalk along Central Park West.
I couldn’t resist a Central Park Selfie!
I saw some beautiful buildings and had fun people watching.
I also saw Trump International.
This was the best picture I could get of it….c’est la vie…
There were horses and carriages everywhere doing Central Park carriage rides.
I headed west in search of 5th Avenue.
I found the Apple Store.
And FAO Schwarz.
I loved this camel at FAO!!! I wish now I had gotten him for Rylan.
Does anyone remember this giant keyboard from the movie “Big”? I so wanted to play it but my legs were tired…and there was a line…aaaannnndddd it looked like only kids were doing it, so you know.
I ended up buying Rylan a Lego Race Car but failed to get a picture of it. (Where’s my brain at y’all?)
I checked out Tiffany’s, Coach, Michael Kors, etc. I didn’t find anything I wanted to buy but kept looking. I guess I wasn’t really in a shopping mood. I did make it to Madison Avenue and Park Avenue. I looked around and then I decided to find Texas de Brazil (I had reservations for 4pm) and there was a candy store next door (Dylan’s Candy Bar). Of course I had to go in and see what I could find. I ended up with some chocolate covered espresso beans and several bags of loose candy. I made it to my reservation on time. I didn’t get any pictures of the food or the restaurant though. I was so tired by this point I was ready to eat, relax and rest my mind. I had smoked salmon, small salad with their delicious ranch dressing, filet, garlic mashed potatoes and fried bananas. It was so good! I sat and ate and people watched.
After leaving there I thought I might walk back over to 5th Avenue but I was just too tired. I got probably halfway there and hailed a cab to go back to the hotel.
When I got there I started getting ready for my early flight. I laid out everything I needed for in the morning. I packed everything else that wasn’t needed and had it all organized and ready to go. I double checked that I had my alarm set and I took a shower. Then I piled up in the king sized bed, Skyped with Jason and Rylan for a while and then read until the premier of Mad Men.
Speaking of Mad Men…
These were on the cabs everywhere. I had to take a pic and send it to the Husband.
Oh, and a picture of Madison Avenue of course!
Jason and I texted while Mad Men was on (talking about the show) and then I was pretty much asleep right after it went off.