Wow wow wow!!!
I'm feeling a little overwhelmed about writing this post, so if it's scattered, bear with me!
I just got back from New York and it was amazing. We had great food, awesome entertainment, and wonderful hosts. I am so bummed to be home; school, work, and exercise just don't compare. Back to reality it is.... but I don't like reality, so I'm going to relive our trip in this post with pictures.
Also, a HUGEEEEE thanks to Alyssa for doing a guest post for me. I hope you all made her yummy balls (ha ha ha). They're next on my to-do list.
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New York: Spring Break '11
View from Central Park... It was a pretty chilly. I hate cold weather, but I would take it right now!
Kellen and his bro, Stuart on the subway. I llooovveed the subway. Freak? Maybe..
We had a pastrami sandwich at Kat'z. It was so, so good. I wish I would've taken pictures of all the food we ate.
Beautiful St. Patrick's Cathedral.
So. Much. Walking...
In awe of the gorgeous church.
My silly boyfriend...
...posing. What's new?
Taking a little photo shoot break.
View from the Brooklyn Bridge. We walked all the way across. So many lights!
Checkin' out the sky from the Museum of Modern Art.
Kellen could not get enough sushi. I'm pretty sure we ate it 3 times... and then had it for dinner the day we got home. Ridiculous.
Yumm... Donut Plant donuts.
The Met!! So awesome.
Watching "Newsical the Musical". It was hilarious!!! If you go to New York, I definitely recommend going to see it. I laughed all the way through.
Bye, New York... :(
Well, there's our trip in a nutshell. I wish I would have documented more, but it's probably a good thing I didn't, considering that this post already has about 50 pictures.
When I got home, I had a nice surprise waiting for me. I'm going to leave you with these Blueberry and Fig Scones from the Green Market Baking Book that I wrote about last week and I'll let you figure out what the surprise was. ;)
By the way, the book is now half off at Amazon if you click on this link. I suggest you buy the book and make these scones because they are seriously tasty. The outside has a nice crunch to it and the inside is soft and fluffy. Also, I never realized how easy it is to make scones. I was always too intimidated to make them before because they seemed like a daunting task. Not even!! I was unsure about the fig and blueberry combination, but it's to die for. For real. If you buy the book, the recipe is on page 96.
Any guesses as to what my surprise was? :)