SoHo Girl

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Day 3 in Manhattan was just magical as day one and day two. Freshly engaged and ready to sight see my favorite city in the country with my fiancé. I don’t think life could get any better than this, I really really don’t. We began day three, a Monday, sleeping in from the crazy night before where we celebrated our engagement with drinks and seafood. We went to see the 9/11 Memorial which was a sight I had yet to see. The museum was moving and powerful. I left feeling so lucky to be alive but so saddened that so many people couldn’t live to see today. If you’re visiting anytime soon, I really recommend stopping by. Afterwords I ate one of the best hot dogs at a food stand and strawberry, mango, and banana smoothie.

We headed towards SoHo, the love of my life, to continue shopping and soaking in the NYC vibes. Little Italy was where I fell in love with a little Japanese owned crepe shop. I have no idea how or when I stumbled upon this little hole in the wall but it became my addiction for the next few days. I even became friends with the girl that worked there. Oh, how I wish I could put that yummy crepe shop in my back pocket and take it with me wherever I go. SO GOOD!

After a long, long day of shopping and walking around Soho, we stopped at “The Soho Park” to grab a bite to eat. It was there I had my first ever cosmopolitan. It was a lot more stout than what I had imagined but delicious nonetheless. I was hating how fast my trip was going. I wanted the world to stop in it’s tracks so that I could enjoy the city that I love just a little bit longer. But it was inevitable, the night ended and it was time for bed only to wake to another glorious morning in Manhattan and another jam-packed day of excitement.

 

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©Karissa Marie

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