I figure I'll just do a good old list of things I liked, didn't like, loved, didn't love, etc. It's easier reading, and goodness knows, it's less thinking. So, without further delay, here's the JuJu take on NYC and all it has to offer; accompanied by pictures that sometimes match what I'm talking about:
There are no shops for larger women near Times Square.
The bagels are as good as advertised.
The folks are big into Mother's Day up there. I think I had close to 25 people wish me a Happy Mother's Day.
I could get used to riding the subway.
Our bathroom had two light switches. That drove me crazy as they were on opposite sides of the long bathroom.
Seeing my blog buddy was one of the highlights of my year.
I ate a $20 cheeseburger. And, no, it wasn't worth it.
Did I mention Billy Elliott yet?
I went four days with no BRAVO station. I missed my housewives.
I'm certainly not used to walking that much. Or at all. My back hurt, my legs hurt, my feet hurt. Each time I rose from a seated position, I looked like my 93 year old friend, Mafalda. I have a mega blister on my left foot. At one point, I even got a pout on from all the walking. Cry me a river, right?
Our hotel was right in Times Square, and that was sure interesting. There are so many policemen there right now. I wonder if it's always like that, or if protection has increased of late.
These are my very unhappy feet. They were really mad at me for what I did to them. And, Rockett was mad that we were gone so long, so she welcomed me back by eating the left of this pair of shoes.
So, now the hustle and bustle is over. It was a very busy few days, and a bit breathtaking to be honest! I'm so glad we were able to do the things we did, and make the memories. But, I think I'll keep my quiet little corner of the world. I<3GC.
*except my kids!