Warning this is a photo heavy post this morning. I finally got a few of our photos from our spring break edited to share with you. This is seriously only a few of the many photos we took. It was such a fun trip and we really did do so much during this one week.
Our trip started at Niagara Falls. Thanks to my father-in-law we changed our trip a bit to make sure that we saw the falls from the Canada side. The falls are gorgeous no matter what but the view is definitely better in Canada.
It was a bit rainy our first day a the falls and so we changed our plans a bit. We had planned on taking a helicopter ride on that first day and then leave early the next morning. Instead we went up on the morning of our second day there and then got a few more pictures (like the one above) and then left.
The helicopter ride was amazing and such a wonderful way to see the falls. The girls LOVED it.
After seeing the falls we found a restaurant on the Canada side called Margaritaville. Such a fun place. This sweet women was our entertainment. She made quite elaborate balloon wings for the girls but not without first having some fun with L's hair. LOL
After we left Buffalo we headed to New York City where we did some of the main touristy type stuff. (wish we would have had more time there). We took a boat out to Ellis Island and Liberty Island.
Isn't she beautiful?
We went up in the Empire State Building and got some cool pictures of the city.
And of course we saw Wicked on Broadway. DH and I love musicals and have seen a fair share over the years but this was by far one of my favorites, second only to when we saw Mama Mia in London. It was amazing and as you can guess, the girls LOVED it!!!
We followed the show with dinner at Azalea. YUM
We left NYC and headed to Philadelphia. We got to tour a few older homes. This is Bishop Whites' house. It was part of a tour with the tour of the Todd house (Dolly Madison's house before she became Dolly Madison) :)
We also saw Betsy Ross' house (no photos allowed inside) but we did get to see a demonstration of how they used to make chocolate. Not as yummy as what we have today. :)
You can't leave Philly without seeing Ben Franklin's print shop. Very cool!
And of course, we HAD TO visit the "Rocky Stars" at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
We took the coolest carriage ride around town. The driver was fantastic.
And yes...we definitely made sure to see the bell.
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Have a fabulous week!!!