People park in New Jersey and take the ferry to New York. So that's what we did. When you're in Rome.....
My Aunt Gladys said we were going to nickel and dime her to death.....I always smile when I hear it or read it somewhere. (and she is still alive by the way)
Don't tell secrets in this corner for they will surely be heard.
Feeding our (Independent KJV Baptist) tour guide.....and yes, these guys were easy to spot in a crowd.It rained cats and dogs while we ate.
M&M store.....there was also a Hershey's store. I bought an M&M spatula and measuring spoons to remember the trip. Like I would forget it?
Central Park....at this particular time, this park made our home town feel as dry as Arizona. It was damp and humid and drippy and steamy and wet and puddle like.
The Lego store. You could buy a large cup for $17. I don't do Lego's, M&M's or Hershey's chocolate, but the stores were still fun to go into.
I cleared 357 people off of this part of the Brooklyn Bridge so I could take a picture. It was worth all the trouble it caused.....
The tile on the New Jersey side of the Staten Island Ferry.
I loved it....looks like confetti to me.
We had a Funday in New York....it rained on us for a little bit....now it will only be a part of the memory. We're out of kids, so I don't know if we will ever be back.