Tuesday, July 16, 2013


While everyone was at work, I got up early and started my day off at the MoMA. The main reason for going there instead of the Met was the Rain Room, which I had heard so much about before I even got to the city (I'm not too keen on modern art). Much to my dismay, a line had already started to form for the exhibit before the museum even opened. And by the time I had gotten my ticket, the wait was 8 HOURS. 8 hours to stand in fake rain. Absurd right? So I said "no thanks" to that line and opted for the viewing only queue, which was only a 15 minute wait. A more sensible option in my opinion. And I enjoyed the Rain Room all the same.

^^That's the Rain Room. You can stand under it and not get wet. Except when you run around or walk too fast because I saw two drenched kids. I guess the sensors don't work that fast. Neat concept, but I wouldn't wait more than an hour for this.

^^To find my favorite Van Gogh painting at the MoMA was a lovely surprise!

^^And to find another one of my favorites here made the $25 admission worth it! This is way bigger than I had imagined. Oh, Picasso!

^^Central Park. Envious of those who can come here whenever they'd like. And this place always reminds me of Home Alone 2. Is it Christmas yet?

^^LOVE the Flatiron building.

^^And of course, no NYC trip is complete without Shake Shack. Although, my buns were a little soggy and flat.

^^Took a detour to visit Grand Central. It was unbearably hot in the terminal.

^^We went out for drinks that were served in teacups. Classy ;)

^^UMM. Chicken & Rice from the Halal cart = AMAZING.

^^So amazing that we swiped their special sauce bottle! Oops.


  1. Thanks so much for taking the time to visit Shake Shack. So sorry to hear that your bun wasn't up to par!

    Hope you had an awesome vacation, and our team can't wait to see you again next time you're in the city!

    Brandy, Shake Shack


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