Monday, June 7, 2010

Food Tour of Greenwich Village and LOTS of NYC Pics
While in NYC, we did tons of things.... we started at the Brooklyn Bridge with JT's parents. We walked around in the ninety degree heat, ate at Carmine's as a post graduation celebration, shopped for Tedi at FAO Schwartz, went on walking food tour in Greenwich Village (my fav) and more..... Here are tons of pics to celebrate....
View of Lower Manhattan from the Brooklyn Bridge
Looking up at the bridge
JT with his parents
JT on the bridge
at Bubby's in of our favorites
Standing inside the Love "thing" wearing my "simply love"adoption tshirt

The adorable doll we got for Tedi at FAO next to Ethiopia on the globe (the globe was a puzzle)
The doll next to his new home in America

The view of 6th Ave and Central Park from our hotel, The Hotel Warwick
My mom and JT at Carmine's

Me with my Aunt Pam

JT and me at Carmines

My family at Carmine's (Bob, my stepdad, mom, JT, me, Aunt Pam, Uncle Joe)
Us in Times Square

Being silly with the camera

The soccer ball in Niketown
Columbus Circle
Beginning location of the food tour

The first stop....

The Pizza and our tour guide, Sephra
The "fried ball of goodness" (not the real name) of rice, mozzerella, parmeasan, prosceutto, rolled in bread crumbs and fried.... no joke from FAICCO's

The third stop.... we met the chef, 77 year old Cuban immigrant Lydia. The food was great here as well
Stop 4: Palma.... rustic mediterranean cuisine with an all star famous line up of patrons
the dish of cauliflower, currants, pinenuts a moreStop 5: Centro Vinoteca.... I accidentally deleted the pictures. This was my FAVORITE!!!!! We had a two variety sweet corn risotto.... and they had a great wine menu

Stop 6: Milk and Cookies.... We each got large Chocolate chip and oatmeal cookies!

The most narrow house in is 9ft wide on the exterior and sold for $2.5 million

The oldest wood house in NYC valued at $11million

We had a great trip, despite the severe heat! Thanks Mom and Bob for making it possible.

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