but apparently you can never take the city out of the girl.
I arrived yesterday in NYC from sweet home New Hampshire, and the heat slapped me silly the moment I stepped out of Grand Central Station. The Hotel this year is only about 3 avenues and 2 blocks from GCS so, ever the money conscious chick, and knowing this burg like I know the back of my hand – having spent my youth as a citizen of these fine streets – I hoofed it from the train to the hotel.
In the heat.
In the busiest city in the world.
Lugging my suitcase behind me.
Yeah…didn’t think that one thru all the way, did I?
Got here ( sweating like a working farm animal) and THANK YOU JESUS my room was ready because if they told me it wasn’t, it wasn’t gonna be a pretty sight.
My room is big enough to house 4 people comfortably and no, I’m not offering any space to anyone, so get that outta your heads asap.
DOn’t have much of view by daylight
But night time is pretty cool, with the lights of 42nd street lit…
Oh, and that heat that was apparent when I arrived? About 5 pm tonight severe weather loomed in, enough so that a storm hazard warning blared on my phone. Torrential rain for 2 hours. Flash flood warning. Whipping winds.
Felt like home….
Until next time ~ Peg