Christine suggested the Tenement Museum and off we went. To a super crowded museum where all tours and admissions were sold out for the day. Hmmmmm. But in the gift shop they had a little book about NYC museums and apparently there was a chocolate museum nearby. And even better - we would pass a bubble tea place to get there:
The chocolate museum was tiny but SO good for 4 worn out tired people with tired feet. We had Mexican chocolate prepared exactly as the Aztecs would have done it (well, except for the electric kettle I assume.....):
And there were samples and a store at the end with deep soft couches and coffee. Just what we needed.
By the time we were done there were not many hours left over to spend before we needed to catch Aladdin at Broadway. Which we spent..... drum roll please...... walking and eating!!!!! What a surprise. Thanks to Teresa we had awesome vegan sushi:
The broadway show really needs no explanation. It was a musical as good as they get and we were all highly entertained by Genie in particular.
And suddenly the trip was over. And Friday was spent walking to the subway, walking underground on Penn station, sitting in crowded trains, waiting in crowded lines, and changing terminal (not gate!) last minute. But we made it home, stepped in the door, threw all our luggage on the floor and rushed right back out to pick up our beloved Bailey❤️
And later that night Kristian and Ulrik returned from their Japan adventures. So all is good. I am sitting here drinking fancy Japanese coffee from my NYC mug with a sleeping dog at my feet
Our table is overflowing with wasabi KitKats and other Japanese - ehm - delicacies, Danish candy from my sister, and bike accessories from Flying Tiger Copenhagen in NYC:
Ulrik is building special edition gundam figures in his room, Kristian is sleeping and Luca is hanging out with the love of his life. The iPad........
Over and out