Back in November when JK and I were at his sister's house in Northern California with that branch of the family, our nephew's wife said that she and Sean were starting a tradition that when their kids got to be 13, their present would be a trip. Their daughter Hannah just turned 13 and wanted to go to NYC. So of course I told them we would meet up with them (any excuse to go there) and I would try to get Hamilton tickets. I scored the tickets back in December, at a premium price, but after seeing the show, I'm convinced that Lin-Manuel Miranda is some kind of genius theatre dude.
We stayed at the Algonquin, which has always been a dream of mine. It's now a Marriott and my points work there!! I loved the fact that they didn't much it up like the Weston chain did to the St Francis in SF.
|From the lobby looking out at the front door and then the rest are going to your right.|
Later this week I'll post about our trip to MOMA and the
Through May 15
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