Posts Tagged ‘hudson river’

Guess what – it’s baseball season! And also Water Taxi season, as you see in this picture. One of the best things about going to a Yankees game is taking the water taxi from downtown all the way up to the Bronx. And it costs all of one dollar to reserve your seat. It’s awesome. Who doesn’t like cruising on the Hudson? Also, you can buy beer. That’s Allison, Stacy, and I when we were still docked at the South Street Seaport.

And here is Stacy after we get cruisin’:

Hey, Stacy! Stacy is one of my awesomest friends and she currently lives in my neighborhood! Sadly only for about ten more days as she’s moving to Austin shortly. I will miss her ’cause we’ve had some super fun times. Also I look forward to seeing her when I go visit my dad in Texas in October. It’s gonna be SWEET.

And the one picture from the game with all the girls:

I love this picture. We all had fun at the game and the tickets were only six dollars! That’s some cheap entertainment. Of course we bought hot dogs and beers and garlic fries to make up for it though. Ha. I look forward to going to more games this season, especially as it gets nicer out. Go Yankees! (And the Detroit Tigers, natch.)

Oh also – we met Tracy Morgan after the game. He was nice and took a photo with us. Thanks, Tracy – we all love 30 Rock!

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I don’t know this girl. But I’m sure we could be friends. Look at her, waving over her friends to join her on top of this boat/bar called the Frying Pan. We went last week and it was INSANE:

This is not even a third of the place. It is HUGE. One giant boat and two other little ones attached to it. And in that picture you can see a ceiling, and above that ceiling is another level of the boat, where Kelly, D, and I ended up sitting when it got dark.

KP and a warm Corona. That’s right, warm. Delicious. We’ll forgive the Frying Pan this once. They also have food, which smelled delicious, but luckily for us I had an entire box of strawberries in my bag, so we sufficed with that.

Here’s a picture of one of the smaller boats from where we were sitting:

It was such a gorgeous night and I can’t wait to go back to the Frying Pan, hopefully on a weekday. Better yet hopefully on a weekday afternoon. If it wasn’t for that whole work thing…

And now it’s the weekend. I have noooo idea what I’m doing so far. I’m sure I’ll find myself in some sort of adventure, though. Have a good one!

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