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Our Trip to the Big Apple

We had the best time ever on our 20th anniversary trip to New York and rather than spending a long time writing about it, I'll just provide a link to view a slideshow of our photographs we took for your enjoyment. As the cliche goes, that I use all the time, a picture is worth a thousand words!

Just go to this Shutterfly link if you have a spare moment.
K & K's 20th Anniversary Photos
If you want to be a part of it, New York, New York! Here's your chance!

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Heidi said…
I tried to look up the pictures through that link and I get kept getting an error signal. I will try again tomorrow. NYC is so fun!
Heidi said…
Okay I was able to see them from your email. New York is such a fascinating place. So visually exciting, and so much to do. But tiring too! Looks like you had a great time and took some really cool shots. How did you like Spamalot? I really want to see that one.
Kelly said…
Spamalot was very entertaining. Kelly chose that and I chose Mama Mia, which I really liked. There was some unnecessary crudeness in Spamalot, but overall, I enjoyed it. It was right across the street from our hotel, so which made it extremely convenient! Mama Mia was just a short walk down Brodway.
Kelly said…
I wish I could figure out how to correct my misspelled words after I publish a comment! BROADWAY. There.
WOW, Kelly!!! That looks soooooooooo fun!!! I am jealous. I need to get there so bad. You two are just the cutest and you took great pics. I'm glad! Brooklyn said her favorite pics were of her bridge :) Pretty neat! You look beautiful in every picture. I love how touristy you guys were. That's awesome!
Maryanne said…
GREAT photos Kelly!!! I want to go back to NYC! I love it there. And after seeing your photos, I see that New York can actually be GREEN! I've never seen it that way. Always brown and gray when I go. Looks like you guys had a great time - what wonderful memories!

And I could tell by the interior photos of your hotel room that it was the Marriott Marquis even before I read it! That's where we stayed too :) It's such a perfect location for Broadway shows.

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