thursday in the hood

looking uptown 
from 
Columbus Circle 
toward 
West 79th Street
from 
the windows of 
the restaurant on the 9th floor of the 
Museum of Art & Design
after visiting The Cloisters last Friday
Mary and I had lunch there

26 comments:

  1. I'm really just diggin' this pic! Cannot wait to come back to NYC!!!

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  2. Great view. Glad it is enclosed.
    Wouldn't want to see any jumpers
    while noshing.

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  3. What a terrific view from your lunch table!!

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  4. I also have a photo of this place, but from down a few floors. Yours is great!!!

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  5. Excellent shot. Makes me want to head up there.
    Soon . . .

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  6. Oh, what a view!! And the Cloisters! When I come to see you in NYC someday, could we go?
    Have a lovely end'o'the week.
    p.s. Thanks a-gain for the latest Bon Appetit. yum, as usual

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  7. Great view Daryl and a great place to have lunch!

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  8. I wonder what Chris would think of it today?

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  9. That's where I'm going next time I'm in NYC. And with you!

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  10. Your hood is SO photogenic! nice work!

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  11. *sigh*, maybe some day I will get to go to the city... *sigh*

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  12. I like this shot so much. Great view and very well done. Also cool for me because it's so close to where my sister lives.

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  13. How beautiful~ So much to see in NYC! Enjoy Boston!

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  14. A very grand view! I enjoyed looking at Roberts and the Museum. I want to eat there and sit at the same table to see the same view!
    Someday I'm gonna make it to the big city!

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  15. Fantastic shot! Great view. Hope lunch was just as good.

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  16. Oh what a view.. so nice. I love New York.. they ought to do a tourism commercial like that. ;)

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  17. How very cool...don't think I've seen Columbus Circle from this angle before. Nice place to have lunch, too!

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  18. another great shot of one of my favourite circles in NY!

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