The Farrells

The Farrells
Matt, Nicki, Owen and Nora live in the San Francisco Bay area. Matt is a research analyst at CBRE and is loving his job. Nicki spends her time playing with Owen and Nora, reading, crafting, and taking lots of pictures. Owen loves to read, sing, throw toys, and quote movies. Nora is growing quickly and loves to be the center of attention. We have a wonderful life!

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Friday, June 10, 2011

Last of the NYC pics...

Went to see "How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying". Love that show anyway, and the fact that Daniel Radcliffe (aka Harry Potter.... aka the character that I've been obsessed with for YEARS) played the main part made it that much better. LOVED this show.


September 11th memorial.

Trinity Church. Beautiful!

Fishes Eddy. Kitchen store + used restaurant supply store. They carry their own lines of kitchenware, but they also have old diner plates, utensils, and other random used kitchen stuff. I got a set of root beer float spoons for way cheap. Their inventory changes all the time (since they're getting used/vintage stuff), and when I was there, they had ceramic glove molds... totally random, but fun. If only I had my own house....

On top of the submarine the USS Growler at the USS Intrepid museum.

One of Intrepid's propellers.

Flying a medic rescue helicopter.

An A-12 Blackbird... way cool spy plane!

In the 'island' - where the captain commands from.

The back of the Intrepid with the name and the Blackbird.

Tenement Museum. Loved this tour! You couldn't take pictures inside, but each floor was restored to represent a different era. This neighborhood used to produce the majority of clothing items that were available for purchase in upscale department stores. During one period of time, it was the most crowded place on earth. Fascinating tour!

The M&Ms store in Times Square. We could see this guy looking at us in our hotel window. Creepy.

Wall of M&Ms? Yes please.

Empire State Building at night, lit up in white, blue, and orange for the Subway Series.

The Flatiron building at night. Such gorgeous architecture!

I was pretty proud of my ability to capture the traffic like this, but decided that I should probably invest in a tripod.

In the dirty dirty subway. Yuck. 

Manhattan Temple.

Lincoln Center.

Front entrance of the Manhattan temple.

Pretty housing on the edge of Central Park (east, I think....).

Central Park.

The fountain and lake in Central Park.

This kid was amazing. And like, 10.

This lady was amazing, too. We stayed and listened to her for a while.

Dollhouses in FAO Schwartz.

Life-size Indiana Jones made out of LEGOs.

The Big Piano show. So fun!

My favorite picture of the whole trip. :)

On my way back home!

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