Kim and I have been fans of Cirque du Soleil for quite some time. We’ve had the chance to see some of their shows like O, Alegria, Ovo, Wintuk and I’m pretty sure one other!
It’s been a bit harder to go to shows in recent years since most of them probably won’t appeal to little kids. The last show that Kim and I saw in a theater was for Lucas. We saw Yo Gabba Gabba a couple of years back! 🙂
Paying for NYC parking meters has been a real pain in recent years.
Rather than pay for a meter right by your car, you need to seek out a muni-meter box, sometimes close to a block away to pay. Then you have to walk back to your car to put the receipt in the window, wasting quite a bit of time.
This weekend hundreds of sites around NYC will be open to visit which are usually closed to the public.
Open House New York is now in its 13th year. Over the past few years Kim and I have visited historic homes, toured sections of the High Line before they were completed, go to see Murray’s cheese caves and visited the amazing TWA Flight Center at JFK Airport.
This year, while looking over the list of sites participating in OHNY, Kim and I came up with what I feel is a good plan. It should include visiting places which appeal to all of us, yes even Lucas and it (mostly) entails sticking to one borough. Continue reading Our Plans for Open House New York 2015→