New York: Day 2




Day two in New York was a little more chilled. We were so tired from the day before so decided to take this day a little slower and just enjoy exploring. After grabbing an oversized donut and coffee we headed towards the Rockerfeller centre. I spotted a Magnolia's bakery on the way and of course went in to have a "look". I left with two cupcakes and a lemon bar. 

Crammed in a lift, we rocketed to the top of the Rock. Spending our morning absorbing the sun and the incredible panoramic views that welcomed us at the top. It was pretty quiet when we were there so it was a great photo opportunity (I was due a new profile picture).

From here we made our way towards Central park, stopping for some french toast at Sarah Beth's. I think this was my third breakfast of the day? To be honest there was too much of it. I think the reason food is so expensive in New York is because every meal is enough to feed the 5,000.

As it had only been a week since their snow storm, we took advantage of it being such a sunny and reasonably warm day, spending hours strolling around the park. We kept coming across massive mounds of snow left from the storm, which led to many snow fights.

Being from Liverpool, we wanted to see the John Lennon memorial. This area of the park had an amazing atmosphere. People sat and watched whilst buskers played Beatles songs on their guitars, all joining in when we knew the words. It was a bit of home away from home. The park was so peaceful and it made for a lovely break away from the city streets. It is here that I also enjoyed my first ever Red Velvet cupcake that I had been saving all day.

As it started getting late, we hailed a taxi and went back to our hotel. We took a very long nap and decided to stay in for the rest of the night. We must of been tired as we made a mutual decision not to go out for food, and pretty much fell right back to sleep.

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  1. Firstly, I'm a little bit in love with your blog. Thank you for following on Twitter so I could discover it. Your post is just dreamy & those photos are just beautiful. It sounds like you had a wonderful trip. I'm determined to get to NYC!
    Bee | QueenBeady.com

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