My family took a little trip up to New York in May to take a bite out of the Big Apple (or so my dad kept saying loudly on the subway). In keeping with Wolf tradition, we saw every monument, museum, attraction, and site open to the public (and sometimes saw those not open to the public) in the short time we had. Jay Wolf invented YOLO, you guys. You don't sleep if you're traveling with that man. Here are a few photos from our wonderful trip.
The 9/11 Memorial. Really touching and triumphant.
Times Square. Nightmare of the misanthrope, to be sure.
Empire State. Cue the song! IT WILL BE STUCK IN YOUR HEAD FOR DAYS. I'm not sorry!
Statue of Liberty. Sort of mandatory.
Ellis Island, which I really loved.
THE DECONSTRUCTION PROJECT NEVER DIES. Shout out to Richard Dendy.
30 Rock. No Liz Lemon sightings. Blurg!
The beautiful Saint Patrck's Cathedral during morning mass.
Grand Central Station.
Happy happy lunch at the incredible River Cafe, which was located in a boat beneath the Brooklyn Bridge. Such stunning views. Thanks, Dad!
Little walk across the Brooklyn Bridge, which was one of the best things we did.
Magnolia Bakery. More mandatory than the Statue of Liberty, tbh.
A farewell picnic in Central Park. Had to stop by and say hello to Alice, naturally.
Such a great week. But it's not hard to beat our last trip to New York, during which my brother pulled my dress over my head in Times Square.