Skip to content

February Vacation: The Pictures of the Two Of Us

You guys! We had such a great vacation! We started in Hartford and visited the Mark Twain Museum and the Harriet Beecher Stowe House. And then we moved on to New York City and visited Times Square, Madison Square Garden, the Empire State Building, the New York Public Library, Rockefeller Center, Radio City Music Hall, Central Park, the Tenement Museum, Katz’s Deli, the 9/11 Memorial and Museum, and many many restaurants and bars.

Truthfully, trying to summarize this is feeling a little overwhelming at the moment. So, for now, here are some shots of the two of us, throughout the week.
holding hands

Holding hands in Hartford.

red steps

On the red steps in Times Square.

times square

And more of Times Square.

empire state building

At the top of the Empire State Building.

heartland brewery

At Heartland Brewery after a very very long wait at the Empire State Building.

rockefeller center

At Rockefeller Center. No, we did not skate.

katz deli

At Katz’s Deli.

five napkin burger

At 5 Napkin Burger.

I’ll have much more to say about this trip, no doubt, but I hope you’ll be content with these (mostly) selfies for now.

P.S. It’s good to be home.

This Post Has 14 Comments

  1. Good to have you back! Look forward to your review of the Tenement Museum. I’ve been intrigued since I learned it existed.

  2. You’ve been missed; I’m glad you’re back, and really glad that you and Dale had such a great time! It looks like you saw, ate, and drank lots of good things and I hope to hear more in the future.

  3. Welcome back to blogland! How did you travel – by car? And, trying and failing to read the print on your husband’s hat.

  4. You did a great job with “two of us” photos. and btw, LOVE your glasses and Dale’s hat. Fabulous Big Apple Style!

  5. Looking forward to hearing all the details from your trip. These pictures are evidence of a wonderful time. Welcome back! We are headed back to NYC in June for a few days and looking for ideas.

Comments are closed.

Back To Top