|The city that never sleeps|
|Buffchic grabs a bite in NYC!|
We lucked onto the "pay what you want" evening at the Guggenheim Museum. Maurizzio Cattelan's installation was fascinating and thought provoking.
|Cattelan's installation at the Guggenheim|
Cattelan's work suspended from the ceiling at the Guggenheim was at times in-your-face, abrasive, jarring, like a teenager, and at times subtle.
|Taxidermy featured prominently in his work|
After an evening in the Guggenheim, some mandatory shoe shopping and dinner on 2nd Ave., I'm thinking if I spend much more time in NYC or live there (again), I will have to strap pillows to my feet.
|Even Pope John Paul made an appearance.|
|View of the "Meteor strikes the Pope" or as Dave calls it "Pope on the rocks"|
And after we paid what we wished at the Guggenheim (and also took in the Kandinsky exhibit and his Painting with White Border), we splurged on dinner in NYC.
|Dinner in NYC|
After all, I AM saving my travel budget for the Yale bookstore!
Paul Simon's "Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard," was one of my favorite audio backdrops to growing up in NYC. Humming a few bars and singing along with a memory, "I'm on my way, don't know where I'm goin', but I'm on my way..."