Tuesday, May 1, 2018

New York City Girls Trip!

My Boston friends decided to take a quick girls trip to New York City for the weekend - we were only there for two days but we packed so much in! And, this was my first time leaving both of my kids overnight for 2 nights!


Saturday morning, we started the trip by getting brunch at Norma's, so good! Then, we went downstairs in the Le Parker Meridien hotel (which is so pretty by the way) and got pampered! Some of the girls got their hair done at Dry Bar and some of us got our nails done at Ten Over Ten. Both are right next to each other so it worked out perfectly.





After, we headed to the Plaza Hotel to have Tea Time! The Palm Court room is so beautiful and the tea was delicious too - definitely a must do on a girls trip.


The pastries were almost too pretty to eat!



We stepped outside of the Plaza and rented bikes right in front of the hotel. We rode all through Central Park and saw the blooming Cherry Blossoms! It was such a beautiful day to ride through the park. We ended our bike ride here at Sheep Meadow.



After parking our bikes, we grabbed chocolate chip cookies at Levain Bakery- SO good. I brought Dallin home one😋Then we took ubers down to the Press Lounge - I had never been here before but I loved it! It's such a great place to enjoy free views of the city. We just grabbed some sodas and hung out for a bit.





We ended the night by eating dinner at Los Tacos #1 in Times Square and seeing Anastasia on broadway. Loved it!



On Sunday, we grabbed brunch at Jack's Wife Freda and walked around soho.


We grabbed a quick lunch at La Esquina before heading over to walk the Brooklyn Bridge. It was packed! Probably because it was beautiful, sunny weather.




After so much walking, it was great to end the trip with foot massages at Renew. It's a spa place that only charges $25 for an hour foot massage, how great is that! After, we got dinner at a place I had been dying to try called ABC Kitchen (it's in a home store and so adorable!) before driving home.

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