We went to Chelsea Market and all I took is this one photo of the prettiest Anthropologie store you ever did see! Like everywhere in New York, Chelsea Market was crowded. There was a line for the bathroom that ran down the hall and around the corner. We made a bad habit of going to places that would be great to eat at during times when we weren't hungry to eat. There were so many restaurants inside Chelsea Market that looked delicious but it was just after breakfast and we were ready to head over to walk the High Line. If we ever get to go back I'd definitely make time for Cull and Pistol at the Lobster Place because you know, Cull like Kul. It would be a good fit.
The General Theological Seminary, where our wedding officiant (Hi, Johnny!) attended school! It's the oldest Episcopal Seminary in the United States.
The swanky HL23 by Denari Architects. Let's be honest, it was easy to spy into these condos. Can't imagine what it'd be like to live in one.
If you aren't familiar with Barbara Kruger, you should be. Blind Idealism is... Deadly.
We got on the High Line at the Chelsea Market entrance on 16th Street and walked all the way to the end at 34th Street Hudson Yards. Walking on the High Line was probably one of the most relaxing things we did all week. It was much narrower and more crowded than I expected, but it was such a neat escape from the street hustle. We spent a lot of time admiring the street art, flowers, and apartment architecture surrounding the elevated line.
Outside Hudson Yards we saw a lot of construction, helicopters, and boats. Even from a ways away, helicopters stir up some serious wind! After seeing all the boats speeding around I got it in my mind that we were going to do a harbor cruise. We didn't exactly do that but I'll tell you what happened in Brooklyn later. Hint: another slightly unorganized trip but fun detour. I just really like being on (not in) the water.