Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Took The Slow Train to NYC!

Dinner at the Turkish Kitchen with Friends
One World Trade Center

The Survivor Tree-A Callery Pear

The Memorial North Pool
Finally I Get to See The Herb Garden at the BBG!
Afternoon Tea at Bosie Tea Parlor!
Dancing with Maks and Karina at "Forever Tango"!  Ole!
One of Many Containers Making NYC a Greener Place!
Times Square
When in NYC, A Corned Beef and Swiss Sandwich on Rye
Looks Like the Cheesecake was Trying to Escape the Forks!
Let It Be!  From the Sgt. Pepper's Time!  Copyright 2013 Nancy Heraud

View from the Rooftop Bar at the Refinery Hotel
I know I have been highly invisible, but I had an excuse.  The Herbal Husband and I took the slow train (It takes 9 hours!) to NYC for a long weekend.  The photos are a very brief record of our visit.  I do want to say that the Let It Be photo was taken with my camera without a flash.  They didn't announce anything about not taking photos or audio.  I have a story about that with Phantom of the Opera that I will share some day, but please if you copy that particular photo, if you would give me credit I would appreciate it.   I'm getting ready for The Herbal Husband to go to California for a family celebration.  I'll stay home and make jelly and take care of the garden.  We are having beautiful weather here.  So I'll do a more descriptive post later tomorrow or when I get a chance.  Hope you are having a great day wherever you may be.  Talk to you later.

9 comments:

FlowerLady Lorraine said...

It looks like you had a great trip and the food looks delicious.

Love that photo of you.

Enjoy making your jellies, I've really enjoyed your basil/apple jelly, delicious!! I've never made jelly or preserves.

Happy gardening and may HH have a great time with family in CA.

FlowerLady

lemonverbenalady said...

Thanks FL! I will have a bit of quiet peaceful jelly making while he's gone. Thanks for stopping by dear FL! xo

Tracey Steele@Breathing English Air said...

It looks like you packed a lot into your trip! That cheesecake does look good.

lemonverbenalady said...

We always do Tracey! The cheesecake was delicious from Junior's near Times Square. Thanks for stopping by. xo

Tufa Girl said...

Beautiful photos. I loved riding the train when I lived in Connecticut (a zillion years ago) - you see some interesting things along the way. It is so nice to see NYC when things are green.

lemonverbenalady said...

Thanks TG! We had a great time and it is really green in NYC! xo

Rosemary said...

This looks like it was a fantastic adventure! I'll have to look for Bosie Tea Parlor next time I'm in NYC. And I would love Dancing with Maks and Karina! Such fun!

lemonverbenalady said...

Hi Rosemary, It's on Morton St. between Bleecker and 7th Ave. I'm going to show you the tea stand in a future post. Just going it alone at the moment. So doing all jobs! Thanks for stopping by. xo

lemonverbenalady said...

Maks and Karina were very good, Rosemary. I enjoyed that show and if you can sneak up to NYC before August 15, you can see them!