New York Day 2

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First Stop:   B l u e s t o n e   L a n e   C a f e

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T i m e

    F o r

                   B r u n c h

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Bluestone Lane is an Australian style inspired cafe with locations all over New York. They really sealed in the Australian feel deal with Australian accents ringing from the mouths of every waiter and waitress in the cafe! We heard great things about the Avocado smash, so we made sure to order that with a beautiful egg with a runny yolk on top. Never have I been offered such a generous share of avocado with my share of breakfast! The place was beautifully open and lit, with seating outside in the warm sunshine as well.

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Second Stop:   D o m i n i q u e   A n s e l ‘ s   B a k e r y IMG_2874IMG_2867

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 S w e e t s         &    M o r e    S w e e t s
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We stopped by Dominique Ansel‘s Bakery in South Village to fulfill that sweet tooth craving! My sister, Katie, make sure to order in the infamous and flaky DKA (Dominique’s Kouign Amann). I grabbed the hazelnut purple thing (I forget what it’s called) and my mother ordered the one she just thought was the prettiest. My only regret is not having a bottomless stomach because I really wished I could have downed the frozen s’more. It looked flippin’ heavenly! We took our beautiful pastries and brought them to the back beautiful back room of the bakery, it was so cute! They even had a garden area in the back with tables and everything! New York is doing a good job winning me over so far.

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Third Stop:   N e w   Y o r k   P u b l i c   L i b r a r y

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The New York Public Library , at times, seemed more like a museum than a library! There were definitely people studying and working in the quiet rooms, but I wonder how difficult it must be to focus with the bajillions of tourists walking in and out. However, the architecture was absolutely breathtaking, and it reminded me a lot of the architecture I saw while traveling in Europe. From the beautiful carving filled arches and tall grand doorways to the ceiling murals, I was having joyful flashbacks to the glamorous and history filled European architecture.

We packed so much into this day, while still recovering from our redeye flight. Our feet were tired and sore, but all the walking really did us some good. We walked over 24,000 steps (thank you iPhone Health App) and burned a significant amount of calories, a good way to balance the enormous amount of calories that we ingested day by day heh. When in New York, gotta eat good right?

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