I'm really thanking everyone here who helped my my trip even better than I'd dreamed it would be. I would mention a place to my SIL and she'd ask me how I knew about so many places. I told her I had friends!!!! So every day life won't be the same after a spring break in NYC. Best things, in order: 1) time with brother & sister-in-law 2) Phantom of the Opera, 3) talking with Mike Huckabee at the air port in Little Rock, (He remembered me from old school days.) 4) praying in Staint Patrick's Cathedral, 5) pedicab ride through Central Park, 6) Brooklyn Bridge, 7) Empire State Building, 8) Statue of Liberty, 9) Shaking Robin Robert's hand at GMA, 10) Frozen hot chocolate at Serendipity's, 11) Carmegie's Deli, 12) Carmine's Italian Resturant, 13) buying jewelry at Tiffanys, (I used my Discover credit card there and they have a strong anti-theft code with it. The snooty man had to call Discover, and then I had to talk to someone to verify my account. I was so embarrassed.) 14) ferris wheel ride at F.A.O. Shwartz, 15) walking ALL over NYC, 16) Double-decker ride, China Town, Wall Street, Greenwich Village, Rockefeller Center, Metropolitian Museum of Mod. Art 17) A glimpse of Ground Zero, NY cheesecake, hot dogs, and pizza. Only regret is the brother-in-law was tired the night we'd planned to go to The View, the resturant which revolves.he I woke up at the crack of dawn ready to go every day and fell into bed and asleep as soon as my head hit the pillow. Yep, I have to go back to work tomorrow, every day life just won't be the same. I won't be seeing skinny women all dressed in black. I'm going in all black tomorrow to honor my trip.