Vacation: By the Numbers

near herald square

near herald square

  • 28 hours driven up & back
  • three hotels (and only one decent one)
  • five boroughs visited (or driven through)
  • four bridges crossed
  • 441 photos taken by me (not counting the photos the kids took)
  • two New York pizzas (okay, one was technically in New Jersey, but we’re counting it anyway)
  • 150+ blocks walked & walked & walked
  • 45 degrees – the average temperature for the week!
  • 2 ferry rides
  • three uncles, one aunt, one grandfather, three cousins and their lovely other halves, plus two little ones
  • two sisters missed
  • 4 teary-eyed moments
  • five seven Starbucks visits
  • 1,000 times explaining to the boy that the Hudson is a river and not the ocean
  • 1 whale in the NY Harbor (which didn’t help the argument above)
  • 1 amazing Broadway Show

And countless other memories.

top of the rock

top of the rock


About jensmack

Non-Profit HR Director, Scrapbooker, Reader, TV Lover, and Crafter. Also, Neurotic, Sarcastic, Anxiety-filled Mom of Three.
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4 Responses to Vacation: By the Numbers

  1. islandjen says:

    wowzas! that’s alot of numbers!! sounds like an amazing time….i can’t wait to see the pictures..and the scrapbook!

  2. Jules says:

    what a trip! sounds like a good time was had by all! (even tho I’m insanely jealous and missed you terribly!)

  3. RMSJr says:

    And one amazing trip of a lifetime, until the next time.

  4. Kimberly Reed says:

    fabulous, fabulous fabulous!
    my fave part? the 7 trips to sbx. we are soul sisters.

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