Thursday, June 23, 2011
New York - Part Three
We continue to take New York by storm. Yesterday we saw the matinee perform of The Addam's Family and we howled. Grandma stole the show. We have had very good luck with the discount TKTS booth. This time we were main floor center in the third row. M said it was like we were stalking them we were so close.
After the play we people watched in Time Square and then we took the subway to the Brooklyn Bridge. We walked the bridge from Manhattan to Brooklyn Heights. The views up the river and back toward the city are fabulous. However, we can't show you those pics because the MAC in the apartment doesn't have a spot to stick our memory card in! So look below at the random other people's shots I pulled off of Google Images.
Her mama would be proud.
We came off the bridge in Brooklyn Heights with only a vague notion of where we were - a sensation I am not unfamiliar with on a regular basis. We made Amber ask a traffic cop where the nearest subway station was and the cop looked at Amber like she was crazy. The stop was virtually across the street from where we stood. Oh, that's what those green balls on a stick mean. Once we had established our getaway we went looking for a restaurant. We found Noodle Pudding around the corner just as it began to rain. We had yummy Italian food, again, and it was delish.
Today we are off to MOMA