The Best

It was a busy week. Lots of walks. Lots of delicious meals. Lots of photos. And “the best”, you ask? Well, the best is that Blair Thomas was here to enjoy it with us!

Today as we walked down the street to “the best” bakery with “the best” croissants (I challenge Paris to make them better), I said that when people ask Blair what she did on her trip she will have to answer: “I took the subway, I walked the neighborhoods, I ate the food”. That’s pretty much what we did…all day every day. She said she had a great time. I know that Glen and I enjoyed sharing “our home” with her.

That’s us in front of “the best” bakery

And with all good things that must come to an end…after a bit of a tearful goodbye (me, not her) as I watched her get into her Uber headed for JFK, Glen, Dug, and I headed back into our home-away-from-home and hit the couch. We are tired! Good thing there’s so much sports on tv today. (Yes, a bit of snark on my part.)

That’s her waving goodbye to Dug.

I’ll let the photos tell the story…

PS Happy Daughter Day!

Our subway station
We walked The Highline looking for “Steve” from NYC “Million Dollar Listings” He lived in the building on the right at one time. Don’t judge us!
Where to?
Such beauty
Central Park – the north end at Harlem
Bryant Park – chess players
Washington Square – We love to people watch…
Last dinner in Clinton Hill
Last walk to Saraghina Bakery
Last coffee from Odd Fox
Dug likes it there, too.
It’s hard to say goodbye and we’re so lucky to have this time together.

Published by gat2jdt2

60 something retirees (or semi-retirees) learning to live differently

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