New York City: Part IV

On our last day there we wanted to stop by St. Patricks Cathedral. We were surprised to find that it was under construction. Despite the construction we were still allowed to go inside and see the Cathedral. It was beautiful even though there was scaffolding all over. I’m glad we stopped by.New-York-City-Blog-Post-17New-York-City-Blog-Post-18 After spending time at St. Patricks, we headed down to Bleeker Street in Greenwich Village. I really liked this area of New York…smaller streets with lots of cute stores. Here we ate at another yummy gluten free restaurant, Risotteria. There entire menu is gluten free and they are known for their, you guessed it, risotto!New-York-City-Blog-Post-19Look we found some Murray’s Cheese Retail and Bar! We even found a Murray’s Street later in the day.
New-York-City-Blog-Post-20After lunch we headed down to the Financial District so we could see the new Freedom Tower. By the time we got down there it really started to pour down rain so we decided not to stand in line (outside) for the museum. It was nice to see the new tower up though. Looks great!
New-York-City-Blog-Post-21After this we headed back to our hotel to grab our bags and fly back to sunny Florida. We had a great time visiting with Ann and exploring the city but it’s nice to be back in the warm Florida sun 🙂

Be sure and check out my other posts on NYC: Part I, Part II, Part III.

9 thoughts on “New York City: Part IV

  1. If I had to live in NYC, it would definitely be in Greenwich Village. The small streets and neighborhood shops were pretty cool.

  2. That sounds like so much fun! Looks like the 3 of you had a great time. Congrats to Luke too!
    Love you guys,
    Aunt Nancy

  3. That Risotteria restaurant looks like a really great find! I just have to say that I can’t even begin to imagine how much the renovation on St Patrick’s Cathedral is costing…looks like quite the project! The Freedom Towers are beautiful…NYC should be proud!! :);)

    • I’m sure it is costing a fortune! There is more information on it if you go to their website, you should check it out! I didn’t realize this at the time…but it’s actually just one tower (the picture on the left) so that picture on the right is just a regular building…haha

  4. Hi Guys! Great Pics, love the Murray’s cheese bar! Looking at your lovely trip with Mark and Sandy here this weekend. Did Murray’s serve wine?? Miss you,love you!

  5. I believe they did serve wine but we just stopped in for a quick look before heading to the Risotteria. It was a great trip!

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