One of the advantages to living in overpriced, cramped quarters is that we have access to some of the most incredible museums in the United States. Many of them are affordable/free, but some of them are still quite expensive. The Museum of Modern Art is one of the expensive ones; except on Friday nights when it is FREE!
We decided to have a Friday night adventure:
It started with a trip on the LIRR from Gabe's school in Bayside back to Manhattan.
We stopped at St Patrick's Cathedral
Took a cool picture with the photosphere feature on my phone
Went to the Lego store at Rockefeller Center and saw a Lego Rockefeller Center
It was big
Lego man made a Lego man
The batmobile... because it was a Lego batmobile...
Got some Ben and Jerry's in the Concourse while waiting for mom. (Tonight Dough! Amazing!!!)
And played several hands of Go Fish, War, and Pyramid
Rode a super skinny escalator
Arrived at the MoMA and got our sophistication on
"This is art."
You all know what this is... the lady on the left never moved, and it was a very crowded space.
He liked this one and was convinced that there was a no parking sign on the top.
"This is also art."
Monet... I still don't get it...
Selfie with a statue.
He was really interested in this exhibit about making letters with eye motions. It's art.
Bjork had her electronic harp on display (It really made music).
The train ride back to Harlem
Too tired to cook? One word: Popeye's!