We're apparently gluttons for exhaustion, so in between bouts of endless packing, we had our last marathon Manhattan weekend, with energy provided by my visiting parents. To clarify, I don't think my energy level ever rose, but theirs never wavered! Our Saturday consisted of time spent in our own neighborhood, before visiting Chelsea, The High Line, The Morgan Library, and dinner in Curry Hill.
Our Sunday criss-crossed the island to an even greater extreme: we started in the West Village and wandered through Greenwich Village, before training to the Upper East Side to browse the impressive art collection at The Frick, and then back down to Soho (for a much needed visit to REI). The images that don't relate to this weekend were taken the previous weekend when our sister-in-law was in town. We checked out the new One Girl Cookies space in Dumbo and enjoyed dusk along the water near the Brooklyn Bridge.
Before we officially land in Portland, we're embarking on a drive to Minnesota, with stops in Pittsburgh, Wooster, Chicago, and St. Paul. My next post will be from the West Coast!