Wednesday, January 26, 2011

It's a Hell of a Town! Part Four

Oh day four you were a lazy day indeed. Let’s just say that when you go to sleep at 6am it’s a little hard to wake up early and feel motivated. The plan for day four was to go to the Museum of Natural History, but that didn’t happen. We work up and started functioning around 3pm, found some food at a nearby deli and then watched TV until it was about dinner time. We also didn’t feel very motivated to move because Kayla’s boyfriend Devin was arriving from SF around 3:30pm, so we decided to wait from him to get to the hotel before we left to do anything.

Devin arrived as we were watching Bravo and he went off to hang out with his friends, we opted to go to dinner at Havana Central instead. And we ended the night by going to a comedy show in time square at HA! comedy club. Interesting show indeed. One comedian from Brooklyn pretty much only talked about killing homeless people while the other comics focused on male/female relationships and NY life. We got a few good laughs.

Unfortunately, I have no photos from day four. What a drag! But it was just a simple day that no photos were really necessary.

Day five on the other hand was a much more exciting day! We woke up around noon and Kayla, Devin and I headed to the Museum of Natural History while Brenda went to meet up with a friend for lunch.

The museum was out of control! There are artifacts from every part of the world, history about the earth itself and, the best part, tons of dinosaurs! It’s really a place you have to experience for yourself, but here are some of the highlights.

After the museum we took a little walk though Central Park. There is something so magical about that place in the snow during sunset. The colors are raw yet vibrant. The feeling is really like no other. Kayla, Devin and I walked though the park until it got too dark and then took the train back to the hotel. Here are some of the amazingly cheesy (Kayla and Devine) and magical photos I took.

The day ended with a dinner to a little place called 123 Burger, Shoots, Beer. Yes, it is exactly what it sounds like. $1 Burgers, $2 Shots and $3 Beers. Sounds too good to be true right? Well the burgers were mini burgers, the shots where mixed shots only and super small and the beers were only 7oz. All and All it was fun time with good company.

Oh what a wonderful time! Sadly, it was our last full day in the city. I'll have a wrap up of the trip tomorrow! 

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