It was a beautiful Saturday morning, and we headed down the street for a sweet Flea Market:
Karl, Just making some change.
This was one of the coolest things we saw: A Zebra shoulder pin.
Bikes, this sweet old Schwinn, the seller told us it was still ridable:
Weird old chain:
I found some blocks, $5 a piece, Karl wouldn’t let me get them…
What I did get:
A Phrenology Head! For $20!
We made it over to the famous Natural History Museeum.
We saw the planetarium show, which was really cool. I can’t stop thinking about it. Just makes me feel so small and insignificant. Who cares about my little problems.
In the geology section, can you see the Flying Byson?
This is called the History of Human section:
We have gotten really tall, and super well dressed!
OMG, this was so cool. Check out the rings!
The famous Blue Whale:
We saw everything, there were bones, bones all kinds of bones!
Including this one on our way out. If you want to see more, just come to the Museum.
We did stop at the gift shop, and found Karen a snake…which one though. And yes, they are defiantly slap bracelets.
Too much good stuff!
We were starving so we had some street food.
We sat across the street along Central Park, and ate.
We headed over for some more shopping, got Bagel at H and H.
We found this sweet Salvation Army
Another sweet bike, they are everywhere here!
We found a few cool things, including a new bag for me:
So we are deciding that there Los Angels is to New York what Arrowhead is to Poland Spring, the water of choice at every cart in NYC.
We got on a harbor cruse, that took for FREAKING EVER to get started.
The clouds were coming in and the sky was dark as we finally pulled away.
We sat together and listened to the explanation of the the city skyline, of New Jersey and Chelsea, and Grinch Village.
Oh, too close, or too cute?
There she is:
All I could think of was, “I want this floor to shine like the top of the Chrysler Building!”
We went under the Brooklyn bridge, saw the projects, Ellis Island and New Jersey. We saw the new Freedom tower, and the beautiful New York Skyline.
This was our tour guide, David Parker!
We were beat, we stopped at a deli for dinner, and now, it is time to sleep!
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ahh i want that zebra shoulder clip!!! amazing! haha
also, poland springs!! maine water, represent!! :]