NYC - Pastries, Architecture, and Window Displays

We started our next day in New York City by visiting a French pastry shop, Maison Kayser, for breakfast and then attending church.

Colette by the bakery cases. So many tempting choices! In the end we both had chocolate-almond croissants and freshly squeezed orange juice.




In all our wanderings, we admired the historic architecture! I love the attention to beauty and detail that went into buildings in the past.





A walk across Central Park.


Quite possibly one of my favorite photos from the trip. She didn't realize how funny this was until I pointed out the sign she'd been standing beneath.


Then we spent about the next four hours touring the Metropolitan Museum of Art. That is a whole posting in and of itself, and was one of our two favorite spots on the whole trip. Can't wait to share that with you!

Afterwards, we took a taxi over to meet my friend for a delicious meal at the Tavern on the Green, and enjoyed the beautiful Christmas lights in their courtyard.



The evening we spent viewing the amazing window displays at Bergdorf Goodman and other shops. They are eye-popping displays that gather crowds of people!





I thought the window at Dior was really fun!


And Colette loved the animated, parcel-carrying soldiers at Burberry.


And a few more of the pretty Christmas lights before we headed back to my friend's apartment for the night.




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