Goodbye NYC

7 Oct

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So the time has come to say goodbye to the big apple!

Boy have we had fun- time square, Brooklyn, the high line, NBC tour, Empire State, 9/11 memorial, Chelsea market, Central Park, museums and not to mention broadway shows.

For sometime now I have always wanted to spend my 30th birthday in NYC.

Why you may ask? Well I don’t know to be honest. Is it the place? Do I want my lasts hurrah before I turn 30? Or is it that I just want to celebrate my birthday with style!

What ever the reason is my trip has been fulfilling and something I will never forget!

As I wave good bye to NYC, it is hello San Francisco!

Time to start the next chapter of my life and you know what I can’t wait!

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