Ok. It really wasn’t a whirlwind trip -- I’ve just always wanted to say that.
I left early Tuesday with my friend, Margie, the art teacher at our school. We were going to NYC to stay with my son for a couple of days and see the holiday sights. And wow – we had such a wonderful time.
We met my blogging pal, Daryl, for dinner at Hatsuhana, one of the best sushi restaurants in the city. Before we met her, we strolled 5th Avenue to take in the sights.
The Saks Fifth Ave 3D projection was static when we passed by, but if we had waited just a bit, we would have been treated to the scene below. Check it out.
City sidewalks, busy sidewalksdressed in holiday style.In the air there’s a feeling of Christmas.
I’ve never seen the tree at Rockefeller Center in real life. It’s huge!
With the tree behind me, I’m looking toward 5th Ave. and the light display at Saks. We went inside but they were closing, so we kept walking and came to St. Patrick’s Cathedral, which I’d never seen before. Oh, my gosh.
I had a wonderful time and I don’t even care how much my feet are hurting from all the walking. I wish I could go every year at Christmas.
I took this last one at Barney’s looking into a fish tank display that was built into a wall. That’s my son in the background and my gargantuan hand in the foreground that I believe may be distorted from the angle of the tank. My hand isn’t that big! It does remind me of an old Seinfeld episode, however . . .
Man Hands Seinfeld Clip
Have a wonderful day, all. Thanks for coming by. And thank you for not making fun of my giant hand.