Frrrozen Hot Chocolate . . .

Waking up to the expected rainy day,

NYC Rainy Day

after another nice breakfast here at the hotel, we laid around the room for a couple of hours, waiting for The Met (The Metropolitan Museum of Art) to open. Then we Ubered over to the other side of Central Park to The Met.

There we made a beeline to the 2nd floor and the Nineteenth Century European Paintings area, Vincent Van Gogh, in particular.

Some of the display paintings we had seen before, in the traveling exhibit that visited Houston a while back. Others we had only seen as reproductions in museums in London and Paris.

Van Gogh Irisis

Van Gogh Wheat Field with Cypress

And of course, one of our two favorites, the other being Starry Night, Van Gogh’s Self-Portrait in a Straw Hat.

Van Gogh Straw Hat

Starry Night is part of The Met’s 16 work Van Gogh collection, but is out on loan right now.

Unfortunately Jan forgot to bring her T-Shirt, that pays homage to Van Gogh’s Self-Portrait, his Sunflowers, and of course Jan’s love of cats.

Van-Gogh-Cat-Shirt_thumb

We also took in several other very interesting exhibits that I’ll talk about in another blog.

Next up, we again took an Uber, this time over to Serendipity, a restaurant on Jan’s long-time Bucket List.

I’ll elaborate more later about our meal, but you can’t eat at Serendipity without trying, or in this case, splitting one of their World-Famous Frrrozen Hot Chocolates, the Peanut Butter version.

Serendipity Peanut Batter Frozen Hot Chocolate

This thing is enormous, delicious, and both hot and cold at the same time.

WOW!

And after we took a group photo for the family at the next table, they took one of us.

Serendipity Jan and Greg 3

Tomorrow we’ve got about a half day left before we head back to Houston about 4:55, getting into Hobby a little after 8pm.

We’ve had a blast!


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4 Responses to Frrrozen Hot Chocolate . . .

  1. M Weber says:

    Beautiful photo of the two of you!  Glad you had a wonderful time. Merry Christmas!

  2. Jerry Walter says:

    Interested in knowing how it could be both hot and cold at the same time.

  3. Dolores says:

    Great picture of y’all – can’t wait to hear and see pictures when you get back Jan!!❤️

  4. Nancy K says:

    When I went to the MMA they were having a treasure hunt inside.  They gave us a list of things to find using crazy clues.  You know how big that place is?  Amazingly, we won, even beating out the locals.  It’s one of the most fascinating places I’ve ever seen.

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