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Kitchen

Kitchen sign at TGIF in Forest Hills.

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Ichi Umi

Today we took my mom to “Ichi Umi” in Edison, NJ to celebrat her birthday.  We were pretty impressed by the decor and the variety of food they have.  Besides the regular sushi and sashimi, they also have plenty of Japanese entrees that you don’t normally see at other buffet places.  Definitely a place to check out if you’re in the area!

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Stained glass windows at the Reformed Church of Newtown in Elmhurst, NY.

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Church Lanterns, originally uploaded by AnnyTime.

This photograph was taken from the balcony of the Reformed Church of Newtown in Elmhurst, NY. Newtown has been designated as a historical landmark as it was originally built in 1832.

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Although it may not be as famous as the “Love” sculpture down the street, the “Curved Cube” by American sculptor William Crovello has been a solid presence outside the Time-Life Building on 6th Avenue for the past 38 years.  Back on January 20, 1972, the “Association for a Better New York” donated this three-dimensional sculpture to the city, along with five other sculptures that were placed around the city. 

Right around the corner from the “Curved Cube” is a new restaurant called “Le Pain Quotidien”.   I went in to take a quick look – seems like a pretty cool bakery/place to hangout.  Might want to try it next time, especially one of these…!  =D

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Lego Madness

  

Instead of swimming and hanging out by the pools as we had originally hoped, we spent the first day of our mini vacation at Downtown Disney because it was a tad too cold to do anything else. Outfitted with our hats and gloves, we strolled around the shops in Downtown Disney until my husband found one of his favorite stores – the Lego store. It’s amazing to see all these human size figurines and structures made out of just legos. This first photo is a picture of the a la carte lego wall. I love the colors on this wall! The second photo is a close up of the Lego Wall, and the third photo is the wall behind the cashiers – it showcases all the little lego figurines, thought it looked pretty cool.

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