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Wonderful whisking away ended with sick.

by Believe on December 2, 2013   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


My wonderful husband whisked me away on a spur of the moment weekend getaway to New York City. The attached picture I took from our room at the Ritz in Battery Park. We shopped Fifth Avenue and strolled Rockefeller Center. We saw a lovely play, Betrayal starring Rachel Weisz and Daniel Craig, and dined on housemade ricotta cavatelli and Matzo Ball soup from Katz's Deli.

And then we decided to share a virus.

Definitely a weekend where the pros outweighed the cons. And just what I needed to get me in a holiday mood.

Ah-chooo

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