|In the car heading to the airport Wednesday night at 10:30PM|
I flew out of Colorado on Thursday morning at 1am. After a layover in NC I finally landed in New York at 11:30am. When they call this flight the Red Eye, boy do they mean it, I had maybe 2 hours of sleep. The cab ride to my hotel was interesting to say the least. I jumped into the smell of cigars and told the hairiest man I have ever met where I needed to go. UM...HELLO are there any traffic lanes in NY, because the way cards drive around the city you would never know it. Also I had no idea that a car horn could be used more then a turn signal. I can probably count the number of times I have had to use my horn on two hands for my entire driving life! I felt ill by the time I got to my room, most likely the combination of no sleep, the smell, the driving and being anxious. So I settled myself into my room, cleaned up then decided to brave the streets of Manhatten on my own. I really only had enough time to walk a 3-4 block radius and have a late lunch so I didn't get to see a whole lot.
|Parking/Storage for Cars in NY|
|NY pizza from Famous Amadeus (I think that was the name of the place)|
|Buildings on 29th Street|
|Building on 29th Street|
|My attempt to take a photo of myself with my iPhone before hitting the humidity and heat.|
|Building where they tape the Martha Stewart Show.|
|Martha Stewart's Headquarters|
|Sitting on the dock looking at the Hudson and City|
There is so much more to this adventure that you will have to stay tuned for Part Two of "My NY Experience" post on Monday! I know, I am such a tease!!
Have a great rest of your weekend.