More proof I’m a bad blogger: I’m finally getting around to posting pictures of my trip to Boston and NYC, which happened a month ago.
I think I was overwhelmed by all the photos I took and trying to weed out the bad/redundant ones.
Here is the first batch, with minimal commentary, just the highlights (but of course, probably too many pictures).Pok Pok NY and finding out I’m not allergic to shrimp:
It’s a frozen key lime pie on a stick, dipped in dark chocolate and it was amazing. Steve’s is a little hard to find, in an industrial area at the end of some very bumpy roads, but it’s worth the trip.
The next day, Shake Shack in Madison Park (the original):
Missed this one from my last post.
First time in the Meatpacking District:
First time on the High Line (on a gorgeous day):
NYC, could you get any better?
Back in Boston, I mostly hung out with the puppy at my sister’s in Cambridge, drinking real ginger ale:
But when we went out we saw this gem:
I wanted to lean out the window and yell “YOU ALL LOOK SO STUPID!” (I think segways are so stupid. But I hope the tour group had fun anyway.)
Before I left, Shake Shack again, in Harvard Square:
And countering Shake Shack with a healthy dinner of steamed kale, broccoli, and bok choy with grilled tofu and sweet potato (from Fresh):