postcards from new jersey

dear friends,

so many stories to tell about new jersey… we had an amazing long weekend, staying with kiki and her family in maplewood, new jersey and travelling by train into new york city each day. i am so pleased too that bella’s schedule meant she could come hang out with us for the day on sunday and that we also got to lunch with the lovelies elizabeth and  christine. good times!

all that snow dumped overnight
marc digs us out from underneath all the snow


there was a LOT of snow in the city

we mostly stayed away from the big attractions. we’d been up the empire state building last time we were in new york and didn’t want to queue for an hour to go up there again. we’d also already seen the statue of liberty, ridden the subway here, there & everywhere and been to times square, so we avoided those too, choosing instead to explore the meatpacking district and greenwich & east villages. here’s [some of] what we found….

having a dig at banksy?
what looks to be a banksy rat is blown up by this finely dressed geezer

my way
street art in the meatpacking district

red velvet
cupcakes from magnolia bakery on bleeker street, greenwich village

k! pizzacone
pizza in a cone. quite good actually

stumptown in the ace hotel. great coffee, but poorly laid out premises. we’ll forgive them as the ace hotel has an awesome photobooth. i think i have a new addiction – photobooth shots to come in a separate entry :)

central station
central station

pershing square
pershing square. i love the colours and lights on this place!

otto’s shrunken head tiki bar & lounge. east village bar with attitude and a rockin’ photobooth

more photos of our trip can be found here on flickr

5 thoughts on “postcards from new jersey

  • Ohhh, these are all such evocative shots — couldn’t resist popping over to Flickr and looking at the whole set. I tried so hard not to salivate over the that squishy and oh-so-delicious-looking red velvet cupcake. Spectacular failure.

    I want to go to NY so, so badly now. So glad you had a brilliant time x

  • it IS hard to believe it was just a week ago. we had such a great time and as it turns out, you’ll be our last official house guests as we gear up to sell.

    missing you…xoxo

  • I wish we had photobooths over here – not the rubbish digital, four of the same print ones ~ yuk! Emma x

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