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Friday, August 16, 2013

I'm Going!!!

 Hi Everyone,

My husband called yesterday afternoon to tell me the good news.  He has to stay until next week and wants me to fly there to join him!

Where?  Here is a hint:


File:Red Apple.jpg

In case you haven't figured it out:  that isn't an ordinary apple, it is a big apple!

If you have figured out my whirlwind destination, I'll give you precisely one guess at the attraction that is at the top of my list!

Have a great weekend.  I'm hopeful that mine will be very, er, "liberating?"

JoAnne

20 comments:

  1. If you need fabric, go to The City Quilter! It's wonderful and the prices are fine. 133 West 25th street.

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  2. The beautiful Statue of Liberty!!!!! Enjoy!

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  3. Have a great time, hope you get time to take in a couple of Broadway shows.

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  4. Have a blast! I have always wanted to go to NYC and see the sights - especially the Statue of Liberty! Looking forward to pictures!

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  5. Statue of Liberty!! I just had a friend tell me yesterday that she was planning a trip to NYC (and Miss Liberty) next year. She and a friend said 30 years ago they would go for their 60th BD's. Have a great time.

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  6. Never been there, either. Will look forward to your report. : )

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  7. Have a great time! Take comfortable walking shoes!

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  8. How exciting!!! Have a wonderful time :-)

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  9. How fun! New York City, here she comes!!! (I like that Ruth gave you the name of a quilt shop to visit!) ENjoy... have a terrific time!!!

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  10. Oh my! Have a great time!!! Lady Liberty and Ellis Island are definite do's! Also, if you're in Little Italy, or need some excellent Italian food....DiGennaro's is our go-to favorite (on the corner of Mulberry and Hester streets). (And they DON'T have anyone on their front steps saying "Free wine with dinner"....not a good sign!) Of course, around the corner from that is Ferraro's Bakery (on Grand St.)....everything in the case is awesome!

    The subways are dirty, smelly, and confusing (for me anyway!). Take a cab if you are needing to go more than 10-15 blocks.....otherwise....it's walkable! Plus....cab rides are kindof an adventure.....unless you freak out with crazy driving....then don't look! LOL

    Have a blast!

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  11. What a fun post -- have a great time!

    (a confession: when I saw the apple, I thought Washington state)

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  12. We went a few years ago, but I was clueless about what to do and where to go. Should have done some homework first! Hope you have fun!

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  13. Have a great time in NYC--so much to do and see!!

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  14. Oh, what fun! Have a great time! So much to see, so much to do, so much to enjoy...

    Safe travels!

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  15. Have a great time! I live in Long Island and visit NYC at least 4 times a year. Saw Kinky Boots and Mama Mia and loved it!!!! So if you'd enjoy a broadway show these are them. Enjoy your trip and most of all wear comfortable shoes or sneakers. Also Juniors is a great place for burgers and sandwiches. off of 49th st and 9th ave. Do some googling for things to do.

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  16. Have a great time! I live in Long Island and visit NYC at least 4 times a year. Saw Kinky Boots and Mama Mia and loved it!!!! So if you'd enjoy a broadway show these are them. Enjoy your trip and most of all wear comfortable shoes or sneakers. Also Juniors is a great place for burgers and sandwiches. off of 49th st and 9th ave. Do some googling for things to do.

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  17. How fun! So many things to see and do and just take in... people watching and food stands... fun on every level!

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