Wednesday, November 21, 2012

New York City

I had the best day. Starting with train travel which right up there with ferry is my favorite type of travel.
We headed into New York and ended up in Penn station transferring to the subway getting off on 14th street. We ended up in a shop that had lots of skulls, and wonderful trinkets. Next on the same stretch was an old bookstore where Mark found a 2007 Swarovski hard cover bridal book, with a lot of inspiration.
Next we met Jean Power and boyfriend for a delightful meal at Fig and Olive in the restored meat packing district. Being a creature of habit and having eaten at the LA location recently I had the tuna carpaccio which was beautifully prepared and presented.
After an excellent lunch we took a walk on the High Line. it was totally magical and I marveled at the folks who have that kind of vision and the fortitude to make it happen.
Jean and I

And the pose

And the shadows

And the group

An excellent day, followed by a cozy evening, cocktails and dinner out in the local town where we are staying.
Tomorrow the Macy's day parade, a first for me. Then turkey sandwiches with cranberry sauce and stuffing.
Happy Thanksgiving to all of you!


Sally Anderson said...

Happy Thanksgiving to you, too. I love NYC and miss it! Have a great time.

Cynthia Newcomer Daniel said...

Happy Thanksgiving! Enjoy!

orlyc said...

Happy Thanksgiving!!! I love NYC, too! What a great choice for the hoilday! Enjoy the parade!

Unknown said...

Felice Festa del ringraziamento Marcia!!!!!

newbeader said...

Happy Thanksgiving! I love NYC although I've never been there.

José María Souza Costa said...

Yo soy brasileño, y tengo un blog, muy simple.
Estoy lhe invitando a visitar-me, y se posible, seguimos juntos por ellos.
Fuerza, Alegría y Amizad.
Ven para acá, y deja un comentário, para YO, seguí en su blog con facilidad.

Abrazos, del Brazil.

Catherine Todd said...

I go up to NYC with our beadwork all the time, as it has been carried by many museums in the area. I'd love to schedule a return visit whenever you are going to be there... and a good friend of mine does the Macy's Day parade music! I live in North Carolina where I see you have visited too. Small world!

Yours truly, Catherine Todd