For the record, Joey hates the new couch. It’s not as “crater-y” as our old one and he’s having a hard time adjusting to a firm surface when he was once so accustomed to a couch he practically sank into. We had to drag his doggie bed into the living room so he had something to sit on.
I'll wait to post a picture of our freshly shampooed, slightly redecorated living room. I'm waiting on a small decor item to come in the mail and once it's all put together, I'll show you. For now, here's Joey trying to get comfortable on the new sofa:
And you canfeast your eyes on my TACOS! TACOS! TACOS!
Then we all tried them.
And major kudos to Dough and their willingness to experiment with flavors. The hibiscus doughnut was truly one of the most unique things I've ever eaten. The dried flowers were quite interesting, but the flavor blended really well with the tanginess of the icing.
Best NYC dining ambiance is easily awarded to the famous Katz's Deli. Bumping elbows with the people at the table next to you, pictures on the wall of famous people who have dined there, shouting orders across the busy meat counter, so much meat on your sandwich it's falling off the sides—awesome.
The entire trip was a lot to take in and I'm having a heck of a time organizing my photos. There are SO MANY! Here a few of my favorite snaps:
Overwhelmed by photos yet? Me too. I'll upload these and more to my Facebook page because it's much faster, but the additional photos will just be an elaboration on what's already posted here. (So if we're not Facebook friends, you still get the gist of it!)
It was quite the adventure and I'm already wondering, "Where to next?"