12 Hours in Manhattan

 Twelve hours in Manhattan: Bryant Park, Flatiron Building, New York Public Library, Crumbs (thanks Suzy and Sharon for the recommendation! My only complaint is that they print the number of calories below each cupcake type. I realize this is a law but it kind of sucks some of the fun out of eating cupcakes when you know they are 600 calories), 5th Avenue, FAO Swartz (dream fulfilled), burgers at the Burger Joint, Central Park (in which there was one pretty impressive Dirty Dancing jump re-enactment), The Met, Times Square, and Cyrano de Bergerac on Broadway  (followed by a chance encounter with Paige Davis Page! ).  Lots of walking with cherished friends and the best tour guides anyone could ask for.

Definitely going to be making it back to this city sometime soon.

Through it all, we accomplished an epic engagement photo shoot. Before I go to bed to the sound of FRANKENSTORM (which I am physically incapable of typing in anything other than all-caps) arriving, I had to leave you two of my favorite pics.

Don’t you just love people in love in New York in the fall?

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13 Responses to 12 Hours in Manhattan

  1. Liz says:

    ooo pretty. can’t wait for more!

  2. Hannah KM says:

    Re: last photo: How are they so ridiculously stylish? Holy cow.

    Also, what is this. In Seattle, rain and 40-mph winds are known as a Typical Monday. WHAT IS THE PROBLEM, PEOPLE.

    -Sandy Skeptic

    • Hannah says:

      Let’s face it, West Coasters are just more hard core. I am very much enjoying my hurricane day. ; )

      And yes, they are just naturally more stylish people. Not fair.

  3. bkjergaard says:

    You had an allusion to You’ve Got Mail! So happy! Stay safe!

  4. Sharon says:

    Actually, I love people NOT in love in New York in the fall – you know, normal, sane people… 😉

    • Hannah says:

      I imagine if I lived in New York, I would probably feel likewise …. I KNOW I felt that way in Paris where lovebirds took over every single bench.

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  6. that dirty dancing picture is incredible! I miss NY. I’ve only been there in the winter and summer so I’ve get to experience a beautiful fall there

    • Hannah says:

      They were pretty impressive! I can’t wait to share all the pictures! And you really do have to go! SInce it was my first time I can’t imagine it other ways, but it was pretty amazing!

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