nyc getaway

Like I mentioned in this post, Anthony and I took a weekend getaway into NYC this past weekend. It was just what the two of us needed as school is “winding” down (I put that in quotes because a month away is Anthony’s first comp exam – which means life is going to be stressful in this household for the next 4 weeks!).

The whole reason we were even going to be in NYC was to see Promises, Promises. I adore Kristen Chenoweth (I mean she’s a fellow Okie!) and was excited to see her on Broadway. Unfortunately it was a bit of a let down, but I am glad we got to see her and Sean Hayes on stage together.

We arrived at our hotel Friday mid-afternoon to drop our things off before heading down to the Intrepid. All I can say is that is one huge boat!

Please tell me you can just hear the yell coming out of his mouth?!?!?

I was there! 🙂

Saturday morning we ventured down towards the Flatiron so we could have lunch at Shake Shack in Madison Square Park. We had some time to kill before lunch, so we walked along until we found Union Square Farmers Market. And holy goodness if we weren’t walking more that day I would have bought much more than our few muffins and empire apples.

All the fresh flowers made me smile – spring is here!!!!

I seriously had no idea how popular the Shake Shack is, but I’m glad we got in line when we did. By the time we ordered, the line was starting to wrap around the park. The food was delicious and I even had a banana & vanilla concrete (Rusty’s Frozen Custard in Oklahoma serves these so it was a little piece of “home” in NYC!)

I have another post coming up with iphone photos including some incredibly good luck we had on Saturday night!

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Kevin O'Malley - April 7, 2010 - 2:16 pm

Looks like it was a fun trip. Great captures.

Christie Adams - April 7, 2010 - 3:00 pm

This makes me want to get in the car and cross the bridge right now 🙂
Glad you guys had so much fun!

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