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    Wednesday, November 07, 2007


    Sorry about the lack of rotation on some of these.

    Radio City Music Hall. Right down the street from our hotel. Anyone that knows me, knows that I would love to see the Rockettes Holiday Show. Too bad we were a week too early.

    Sean in Central Park. Isn't he so GQ?

    This is me on the balcony of our stateroom. It was super sunny, hence the squinty eyes.

    Ellis Island. This is the view from our stateroom as we left the Port of New York.

    And the Statue of Liberty. Also from our stateroom. I'm glad we picked Starboard just for this reason.

    I'll post more pics. Blogger was limiting me to 5.

    6 Response(s):

    Meg said...

    2 pictures out of 5 of you. That is a new record for you; I couldn't be more proud!

    Meg said...

    2 pictures out of 5 of you. That is a new record for you; I couldn't be more proud!

    Jill Johnson said...

    So cool!!! I would love to see all the sights in NY. I think everyone needs to go there just once to see them.

    Keli said...

    I know Meg, it is a record. But you really only need to post once.

    Seriously, NYC is such a funny city. People there are so "in your face", and they don't even think twice about it. Our tour guide was all pissy with some people that wanted to get off, and they were all pissy right back with her, and no one thought this unusual at all. It would be a good lesson for me, but the confrontationalism of it stresses me out. That and the cabs. Crazy drivers!

    amy k said...

    When we went...everyone was so shocked to see we had four kids and were out trying to see NYC. Although all the employees on the subway and at the Empire State Building were super nice. That and with a double stroller we got the "handicap" access. Loved it. Didn't love the fact I had to haul it up two flights up stairs just to eat at McD's though.

    Maui Girl said...

    Great pics, so fun to see your trip!! Love your pants in the radio city picture.