Here we are chilling on the bus, bugging foreigners to take a picture of us together!
The Soup Nazi character on Seinfeld is based on a real guy and this is his first location. Apparently Seinfeld made him famous and he now has a few locations!
At rush hour it is amazing the number of people who cross all the streets. Waves and waves of them! This picture doesn't do the throngs justice!
Steve's envy! Yeah right, he is so glad that he doesn't drive in this city. Pretty sure it would give him a heart attack!
This is one of my favorite buildings in the city. It is the Flat Iron Building, because the top of it looks like an old fashioned flat iron. It is considered the first sky scraper built in New York. It reminds me of the Brown Palace in Denver! Very cool architecture!
We had dinner at John's Pizzeria on Bleeker St. It was amazing! Truly tasty New York pizza. Then we just wandered around more! That is very easy to do in this enormous city! Do I keep saying that this city is enormous? Because it is, and it is amazing!
After dinner we went to the Eiffel Tower for sunset. Unfortunately the clouds were back by then and visibility wasn't its best. Here are some pictures we took up there.
This one was taken on the ground:), and that is one tall building!
Sunset from the top! This picture does not do it justice at all. The sun was gorgeous and red!
When I uploaded these I thought this was the Chrysler Building, but I think it is the Clock Tower on the right. With their roofs lit up it makes for an awesome night shot!
Here is a picture of the top from the observation deck on the 86th floor. Steve has a picture crush on the American Flag!
What a cute couple! Ok, so here is the real scoop. The top of the Empire State Building is wall to wall people, at least a lot of people. Not the roomy and romantic setting you always see in movies! It was really neat to see how truly huge the city of New York is!