I don't have any pictures of the second day as my camera broke. Well it was broken until I decided to give it a big whack that evening (I figured what the hell, I'm going to have to buy a new one anyway) and it magically started working again. Here we are on the third day, taking the Staten Island Ferry across New York harbor.
I took 120 photos. I'd say 90 of them are of buildings and architecture. I could have walked around gawking for weeks.
I don't know about you, but it seemed like God got into this picture. It's Trinity Church, just near ground zero.
Crossing the Brooklyn Bridge on foot, you get some awesome Manhattan views.
This again, from the ferry ride.
At night, we dined and went to the theatre. We saw both Wicked and Mamma Mia. Wicked was a stunningly beautiful show. I would see it again. The folks treated us to an unbelievable gastronomic experience at Nobu 57. It's hard to describe, so let's just say it's Disneyland for Foodies. A cool grand for dinner for 4.
Other high points: picnicking in Central Park, touring CBS studios (mom's got a friend who works there), discovering Century 21 (a discount department store), happening into a comedy show one night, and loads of alcohol induced fun.
Luckily, the theft occurred on our last day there, so that was the only "bad" day. Here, I put together a little collage for the trip. Tomorrow, I'll give you a video tour of our hotel room.