First of all, this trip was AMAZING. A-M-A-Z-I-N-G. Amazing. G&G completely have outdone themselves with the amazing accommadations we had (as seen in the first two pictures of views from the hotel room).
The hotel was right in Times Square, the most magical place on Earth.
We (by we I mean myself) went everywhere on the Subway, first time I didn't even ride in a taxi. My dreams of riding in the Cash Cab are officially old news.
Someone, maybe Grandpa, told us to pretend like we were picking our noses? Mom saw this picture and said, "Kendall! It looks like you're faking!"
Sometimes on the arduous journey to the elevator from our room, we'd play "The Game". (video located here.)
One night we went to take pictures in the square. It was cold. Reeeeeally really cold.
Went to the NYC public library to attempt some jumping pictures and model shots, then looked in some Christmas windows because magically Christmas came to New York City one night.
Rachel, Natalie, and I got to see THE TYRA in real life! She kind of disappointed. Not as friendly and personable as Next Top Model and Tyra Show make her seem. I swear I'm not complaining though, I got a free T-Shirt. And I probably got on television.
As three sisters alone in NYC, we found it necessary to model sometimes.
On our last day in the City we walked on some of the Brooklyn Bridge. I would say we crossed it, but I don't think walking about a half mile onto it and then refusing to go more counts as "crossing". We did get quite far though, and Dad knows how to take a picture. Thank you Natalie for making me do this.
Soooo good. Visit to my favorite city on Earth didn't disappoint, and it was SO fun to take Rachel there and to be there with my BFF sisters. Boston blog coming up soon? Most definitely. I might blog about other stuff beforehand though...I kind of to blog again.