So I am back and fully rested from my time in New York. I didn't go for vacation, but for work. Now, I want to say that while I appreciate NYC for its variety of cultures, shops and restaurants, I just don't get it. I mean, it's a huge city, too much for me, and I feel like you can't see the sky, which makes me feel trapped. However, I have also never been in the city longer than two days at a time, so perhaps I can't judge it yet.
Anyways, while there for work, we got a day in the city. I saw my first Broadway play, Phantom of the Opera, went to Little Italy again, and visited a small part of Central Park for the first time. Being there this last time, I felt like I need to go for a week and really visit NYC the way it should be done. But I snapped some pictures:
(You can take a girl out of Miami, but you can't take Miami out of the girl it seems)
Ice skating! It was 50 degrees, so I don't know how the ice stayed that way, but still cool. This is 30 Rock, for those of you who don't know.
Thirty Rock again. I'm more than a little addicted to that show, btw.
I like the old with the new here...
When you never see green, you've got to get creative I guess. This is the Trump building apparently. I am not obsessed with that show, obviously
Little Italy is not like real Italy. But they work with what they have.
They say you don't feel like you are in the city in Central Park. I disagree. It's still nice though. If I go back with non-work people, I'm totally climbing all the rocks like a 6-year-old...