The Infamous Windows In Breakfast At Tiffany's


Tuesday, I took a spur-of-the-moment bus trip into Manhattan because I desperately needed a New York fix.

As most of you guys and gals know (and are probably getting sick of me saying it), I love NYC. Yes, I’m partial and blatantly prejudice, but to me NYC is the greatest city on the east coast. I could probably give you fifty reasons why I feel this way, but the main reason is because of the energy. There is no place I have ever visited or lived that has the kind of special energy the Big Apple does.

NYC plants, grows and harvests creative energy. And it's an energy that is contagious because it coaxes you to tab into your own creativity and blossom. I always feel recharged whenever I’m there.

I had planned to visit a few weeks ago, however, the weather was not very cooperative. I don’t mind if it’s cold, but it was also a week when we had a lot of rain. And when I go to NYC, I want to be outside walking around, not dashing into buildings to get out of the rain.

Tuesday started out sunny, but then turned grey. Yet, it didn’t darken my spirit because I was in my FAVORITE city.

I took over a hundred photographs, which I will selectively and periodically be sharing with you over the next couple of weeks. But I wanted my first post to be on a topic that I had promised one of my readers, Dale, I was going to post about LAST January, but didn’t have the opportunity to get into NYC as I had hoped.

Another thing I love about the city is that so many movies are shot there. NYC is an incredible backdrop for film because there is such a diversity of visuals. And you can’t “fake” shooting films that take place in NYC because it just doesn’t work. You have to actually go there and shoot them because it’s the energy and flavors that are so perfectly captured on film. NYC is a starring character all its own.

Dale and I both loved and admired Audrey Hepburn. And one of our favorite films is Breakfast at Tiffany’s. So I walked up to 5th Avenue and 57th Street, and took pictures of the infamous windows that she stood in front of during the opening scene.


The store front of Tiffany & Co.


The window on the right. And it's funny how you will sometimes see people taking pictures in front of that window; reenacting Miss Hepburn with a cup of coffee and a pastry.


A closeup of the window.

And here you go, Dale...the first Tiffany's window that our beloved Audrey stood in front of...


I leave you with the opening scene from Breakfast at Tiffany's. Enjoy...


Have a beautiful weekend everyone!
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47 comments

  1. I went to Tiffany's and FAO Schwarz on my last trip to NYC. Such fun! I agree, Ron, there is no place like the Big Apple. I have not seen the movie, but I did enjoy the opening you posted. I have a feeling I'm missing out on a whole other world out there with these movies you mention!

    How long of a bus ride is it for you? I wish it wasn't 8-9 hours for me!

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  2. Having been there a couple of times I am in FULL agreement with your observations about NYC and the energy that exists there. To this day Joe has the souvenir I bought for him in Tiffany's. He keeps it because he likes the box - so he says!

    As for making films in New York, I recall seeing a filming when I was there, it was right outside an eating place just down from the Hershey shop. I remember the crowd waiting for the star to appear. I couldn't even get near the front! Someone told me Hershey is no longer there so I have to rely on memories of all the chocolate I bought there. Ah happy days.



    Wouldn't it be nice if Joe and I could hop on a plane and go visit?

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  3. Oh Ron, this post made me homesick. And what you said is true, the is no place that has the kind of energy NY does. I love the photographs you took of Tiffany's. They're gorgeous! I like how you placed the one of Audrey next to the window she stood in front of side by side. And the clip from the movie made me teary. She was such a beautiful and talented lady.

    GREAT post, Ron! I anticipate your upcoming posts of NYC. Have a wonderful weekend X

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  4. I LOVE FAO SCHWARZ!!!!! I used to live not far from it, on 65th Street between 5th and Madison. I even bought something from that store one time. It was a Snoopy dog stuffed animal.

    " I have not seen the movie, but I did enjoy the opening you posted. I have a feeling I'm missing out on a whole other world out there with these movies you mention!"

    It's a classic, made in the early 60's. It was written by Truman Capote. Originally, he wanted Marilyn Monroe for the role. And I honestly can't even picture anyone else in that part, other than Audrey. She was perfect!

    "How long of a bus ride is it for you? I wish it wasn't 8-9 hours for me!"



    It takes roughly 2 hours. Sometimes a little longer, sometimes a little less. I take the Mega bus, which usually costs me about $25.00 round trip. Not bad.


    Thanks so much for stopping by, my friend. Have an awesome weekend!
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  5. Good morning, Valerie!

    " I am in FULL agreement with your observations about NYC and the energy that exists there. To this day Joe has the souvenir I bought for him in Tiffany's. He keeps it because he likes the box - so he says!"

    Oh, how faaaaabulous!!! I love the little blue boxes they put their merchandise in. So classy! Isn't the energy in NYC amazing?

    " recall seeing a filming when I was there, it was right outside an eating place just down from the Hershey shop. I remember the crowd waiting for the star to appear. I couldn't even get near the front! Someone told me Hershey is no longer there so I have to rely on memories of all the chocolate I bought there. Ah happy days."

    Yes, they always seem to be filming something in NYC. I few years ago, I spotted them filming something in front of the Plaza Hotel on 5th Avenue. The Hershey Store is still in NYC, it's inTimes Square and Broadway.

    "Wouldn't it be nice if Joe and I could hop on a plane and go visit?"



    Yes, and I could meet you there!!!!!


    Thanks so much for stopping by, dear lady. Have a lovely weekend!


    X to you and Joe

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  6. Hola Denise!

    "And what you said is true, the is no place that has the kind of energy NY does."

    It's fabulous, isn't it? And anytime I come back from visiting, I feel so jazzed and energized. I'm a huge fan of your hometown!

    " And the clip from the movie made me teary. She was such a beautiful and talented lady."



    Yes, it made me teary too. I love the song. And there was no one like Audrey Hepburn. Sooooooo classy!


    Thanks so much for stopping by, girl. Have wonderful weekend!


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  7. Ron, what a touching post. I remember visiting Tiffany's several time when I still lived in New York. It was a tradition whenever we went into the city. I'm partial too, there is no place like that city. It can be overwhelming for some people, but I find it a city that is extremely energizing and inspiring. I still miss it. You can take the New Yorker out of New York, but you can't the New York out of the New Yorker.

    With how much you love NYC, do you ever consider moving back?

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  8. Rob LenihanJanuary 23, 2015

    Ron, you dawg, you were in my town and you didn't tell me?!? Harumpf! Just kidding, brother, I know how this spur of the minute things go.


    Knowing me, I was probably hibernating from the cold on Tuesday. I love your Tiffany's photos and I looking forward to see more pictures of my city in spectacular Ron-O-Vision!


    Have a great weekend, buddy, and let's do a face-to-face soon!

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  9. This is so cool, Ron! I recall a post you shared a while back where you posted photographs of different movie locations for the film The Sixth Sense, I think. You should do these kinds of posts more often because they are very interesting. I think it's so neat that you were there in the same location of where this movie was shot. How old is the film because I don't know it?

    Great post, dude!

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  10. Saw Breakfast at Tiffany's at Radio City Music Hall - 16th birthday outing. Love Audrey Hepburn, love this movie (seen countless times) (also huge teenage crush on George Peppard) - good prompt to watch it again. It's also a good movie to watch when you have the mean reds. It's a terrific book - a novella really, if you haven't read it you should - movie and book, two different experiences.

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  11. Thanks for a taste of NYC as I've never been there.
    Audrey Hepburn was certainly a class act!

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  12. The first picture is one of the things I dislike most about big cities.


    But, otherwise, beautiful. I can see why the vibrant city streets hold such appeal for you.


    Have a wonderful weekend, Ron!

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  13. I've only been to NYC once, Ron, but it was extremely memorable. You're so right -- the energy is like no other place I've ever been! I can totally understand and appreciate why you need "a New York fix" every now and then!

    While I haven't seen Breakfast at Tiffany's, I, too, admire Audrey Hepburn -- what a classic beauty! -- thanks for the clip so I can see what I missed. Does a person alive not recognize those little turquoise boxes as containing something wonderful??!

    Have a super weekend, dear!

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  14. I love this post! Mostly because it is making me so mad at myself for never seeing this movie! I have had it on my list forever and it always gets moved down by something more current. But seriously this film is timeless! And the glamour! Swoon! Thanks for sharing these photos and I adored the side by side comparison!

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  15. Mark PetruskaJanuary 23, 2015

    I love NYC, too. Sadly, I'm about as far away as you can get, and have not been there since 1997. I'd love to take Tara and wander around the city for a long weekend.

    "NYC plants, grows and harvests creative energy."



    I know! There's no other place like it. Madison Avenue, the center of the publishing universe, Broadway...creativity just oozes from that city like a broken blister dripping pus.


    Sorry for the gross analogy. Just tryin' to make my point.

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  16. Ron, I read this post while I was at work this morning but didn't have time to comment. Anytime you have ever shared a post about NYC, you're love shines through within every word. I've never been there but would like to some day. Great photographs! And I loved the clip from the movie. One of my Hepburn faves as well. It's a classic!


    As usual, great post!

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  17. Hey there Elaine!

    I remember the very first time I visited NYC when I was in middle school on a school trip to Radio City Music Hall. I came home and told my mother that one day I was going to live there. And you're right, it can be overwhelming for some people because of the fast pace and all the sensory stuff going on. But it's odd because I find all that energizing and inspiring.

    "You can take the New Yorker out of New York, but you can't the New York out of the New Yorker."

    Amen!

    Yes, I do consider moving back. And often. And if the company I work for opens a store there, I've already told them that I want to go. So we shall see.

    Thanks so much for stopping by, my friend. Have a super weekend!

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  18. Hey there Rob!

    "Ron, you dawg, you were in my town and you didn't tell me?!? Harumpf! Just kidding, brother, I know how this spur of the minute things go."



    I know, and I am so sorry, but this was such a last minute thing and I thought that you'd be working on Tuesday. The next time I have two days off on the weekend, I promise to let you know in advanced so that perhaps we can meet up.


    Doesn't Tiffany's look faaaaabulous? I love the decor they have outside the store front. It's DAZZLING!


    Thanks a bunch for stopping by, buddy. Have a SUPER weekend and please tell NY I said HELLO!


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  19. Hiya Matt!

    Thanks :) I LOVE doing film location posts and searching out the various locations where movies were shot. It's so fun and exciting to me!

    "I think it's so neat that you were there in the same location where this movie was shot. How old is the film because I don't know it?"



    The film came out in 1961. If you ever get a chance to see it, I think you might enjoy it. Especially if you liked Audrey Hepburn. She's wonderful in this film. And gorgeous!


    Thanks so much for stopping by, bud. Have a most excellent weekend!
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  20. "Saw Breakfast at Tiffany's at Radio City Music Hall - 16th birthday outing."

    OMG...how faaaabulous, Grace! I bet it was such an incredible experience. I would LOVE to see this film on a big screen. And especially in a place Radio City. WOW!

    "(also huge teenage crush on George Peppard)"

    HA! I agree, what a handsome man!

    "It's a terrific book - a novella really, if you haven't read it you should - movie and book, two different experiences."



    I've never read the novella, but yes, I have heard that the book and movie ARE different. Gotta see if I can find it in the bookstore.


    Thanks so much for stopping by, my friend. Have a super weekend!
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  21. "Audrey Hepburn was certainly a class act!"


    TOTALLY a class act, Suzi, you're so right!


    If you ever get the chance to get into NYC, I think you will enjoy it because it's one-of-a-kind. It's not a place that everyone could live, but it's certainly a place worth seeing. At least once.


    Have a super weekend, my friend. And thanks for stopping by!
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  22. "The first picture is one of the things I dislike most about big cities."

    HA! I know. But that's part of a big city, the brashness that you sometimes see.

    "But, otherwise, beautiful. I can see why the vibrant city streets hold such appeal for you."



    OMG...it's truly my favorite city on the east coast. I need to move back there.


    Thanks so much for stopping by, friend. Have an awesome weekend!
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  23. Hello there Debbie!

    "I can totally understand and appreciate why you need "a New York fix" every now and then!"

    Every so often, I suddenly get the urge to go there because I always come back feeling more creative and energized.

    " I, too, admire Audrey Hepburn -- what a classic beauty! -- thanks for the clip so I can see what I missed."

    Glad you enjoyed the clip. Yup...she was a classic beauty. Both inside and out.

    "Does a person alive not recognize those little turquoise boxes as containing something wonderful??!"



    HA! You're right. Those little turquoise boxes are such an ICON.


    Thanks so much for stopping by, my friend. Have a beautiful weekend!
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  24. "I have had it on my list forever and it always gets moved down by something more current. But seriously this film is timeless! And the glamour! Swoon! "


    You said it perfectly, Shae, timeless and glamourous. SWOON!


    This movie is such a classic!


    Thanks so much for stopping by, my friend. Have a faaabulous weekend!
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  25. "I know! There's no other place like it. Madison Avenue, the center of the publishing universe, Broadway...creativity just oozes from that city like a broken blister dripping pus."


    HAHAHAHAHA! LOVED your analogy, Mark!!!


    And after knowing you all these years, I know that you would LOVE visiting NYC. You have the kind of energy that would just "click" with the energy of that city. BIG time!


    Have a SUPER weekend, buddy. And thanks so much for stopping by!


    X to you and Tara

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  26. Hey ho Robert!

    I know, I just can't help it, anytime I talk about that city I get so excited and passionate. I LOVE NYC!

    "I've never been there but would like to some day."



    I think you would really enjoy visiting NYC. It's not a place that everyone could live, but it's a city that's worth going to, just for the experience.


    Have a terrific weekend, buddy! And thanks so much for stopping by.

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  27. Wow, I'm honoured indeed Ron, it was definitely worth the wait, thank you.

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  28. You are so welcome, Dale. I thought of you on the bus ride into Manhattan, so before I had some lunch, I immediately dashed over to Tiffany's and got these shots.


    Sorry it took me a whole YEAR!


    Have a super weekend, buddy. And thanks for stopping by.


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  29. Geraldine H.January 24, 2015

    Lucky you, to be so close to the Big Apple Ron, that's quite a place for a quick, spur of the moment visit. ;-) I am looking forward to more pics from NYC, in the coming weeks, that will be great.


    Your description of the energy in NY, brought my fav Canadian city to mind, Toronto. I lived there many years ago, went to university there too. It oooooozed energy from all the people, all the things going on. I LOVED to be able to go somewhere at 2 or 3 in the morning, see every movie that came out, all the restaurants and all the people!!! I still miss it. Thanks for bringing some great memories for me, to mind.


    Have a fab weekend and don't work too hard! I know you work a lot of hours but I'm guessing it's eased up a bit with XMAS over? Hugs from BC, G

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  30. The Sparking SynapseJanuary 24, 2015

    She certainly had something special, didn't she? How old was she in that movie?

    I took OH into Tiffany's when we went to New York last. He offered to buy me something but I didn't see anything I liked except one pair of earrings, which I couldn't decide about. But I did decide that indecision probably meant I shouldn't buy them JUST because they were in Tiffany's. That's never been my sort of thing to do.

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  31. Helloooooo there Geraldine!

    "...that's quite a place for a quick, spur of the moment visit. ;-)"

    HA! I know. NYC is about a 2-hour drive from Philly, so I usually go early in the morning and stay about 8 hours and then come back about 7 or 8 o'clock in the evening. It's close enough so that I can just decided the day before if I want to pop over for a visit.

    "...brought my fav Canadian city to mind, Toronto. I lived there many years ago, went to university there too. It oooooozed energy from all the people, all the things going on."

    Yes, I have heard so many GREAT things about Toronto, and one of these days I have got to get there. In fact, I hear great things about Canada in general. I would love to visit Quebec!

    " I LOVED to be able to go somewhere at 2 or 3 in the morning, see every movie that came out, all the restaurants and all the people!!!"

    OMG...that's what I LOVED about living NYC too. No matter what time it is, you can always find something open. It's a 24-hour city!

    Thanks so much for stopping by, friend. Hope you're having a superb weekend!

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    P.S. Yes, my work schedule has eased up a bit since Christmas, but I still work a 40-hr week. I just came off from having a little vacation, using my paid holidays.

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  32. Hey there Jay!

    Yes, she certainly did! I think Audrey was about 31-years old when she made this film. She had a beauty that was classic and timeless. Even as she got older, she still looked stunning. To me, she was like an earth-angel, so beautifully ethereal.

    "But I did decide that indecision probably meant I shouldn't buy them JUST because they were in Tiffany's. That's never been my sort of thing to do."



    I'm the same way, so I totally understand. Whenever I buy something I want it to be something that I KNOW I want.


    Thanks so much for stopping by, my friend. Hope you're having a lovely weekend!
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  33. "The last time I was there...I was on a business trip...which meant all expense paid! It was awesome...we stayed at the Plaza and had dinner in the Edwardian Room and breakfast at the Palm Court...we were transported from place to place in a limo! We even visited Windows of the World. It was quite an event to remember!!"

    WOW, Jeanne, that sounded AWESOME!!!! And I'm so impressed to hear that they put you in the PLAZA! The last I heard, The Plaza has been transformed into partially apartment condos and partially a hotel. OMG...can you imagine having an condo there and what it must cost!?!

    "FAO Schwartz was one of my faves too!! I bought my daughter a GIANT teddy bear that had to sit in my lap for the plane ride home!"

    I only bought one thing in FAO Schwartz while I was living there. It was a Snoopy dog stuffed animal.

    Don't ya just love NYC?

    Thanks so much for stopping by, my friend. Have a super Sunday!
    X to you and the girlz

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  34. Okay....THAT'S cool. And equally cool that you did that for Dale and we all got to enjoy right along with him.
    It's good that you have this love of NYC. It makes up for those of us who can't deal with that many people, that much traffic and that much activity. Yup, there's an energy to it. And you can feel it in you photos. I like visiting NYC through your eyes. You capture things that would scream "look at me!!" to me, too.
    That first shot is definitely a good example of it, all pretty in pink. Gotta wonder who'd go to that measure to get the passerby's attention.....only in NYC!! Though I've experienced some of that in LA, too....where they dress up whole sky scrapers to call attention to some new film. LOL. I can't see that happening in small town Iowa!
    Oh, but I look forward too more of your NYC photos. I'm glad mother nature cooperated so you had a dry day so we could enjoy, too.

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  35. New York, New York what a wonderful town! I could never get enough of Manhattan, ever! I think I was 13 when I saw the Beatles at Shea Stadium with a group of my older friends (14? older), and ever since I was hooked. But I was raised in Jersey City New Jersey which is a stone's throw away and very easy for us to hop over. Then I met my ex who was from Manhattan while I worked in Manhattan after college.
    You know, Ron, I never had the opportunity to visit Windows of the World. Never in a million years could we predict such a tragedy at the Twin Towers. Had I known, I would have made it a top priority The Russian Tea Room is fab, Ron. Have you ever been? Madison Square Garden to see Ziggy Stardust (David Bowie), Bob Dylan, the New York Rangers, some boxing which isn't my favorite, but my ex's. Broadway. Oh, continual memories.
    Ron, I know exactly what you mean breathing in Manhattan's energy. I had gone to the New School for years in the evenings to prepare myself to become a writer/screenwriter, but it had been years during my caregiving, I hadn't had the chance to visit as often as I did. While I was on 12th street which is where the school is located, I felt so alive. I even took the double-decker tour bus to learn about anything I missed. And after nearly 50 years, there was still so much to learn.
    I can go on and on

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  36. Omg, and I didn't touch upon one of all time favorite movies and actresses. Did you know that Truman Capote wanted MM to play the role? And he snubbed Audrey throughout until the end. I adore MM, but I cannot imagine anyone BUT Audrey playing Holly Golightly.

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  37. Am so happy you had the chance to visit. Don't you just love spur of the moment excursions? Just lends to the excitement, doesn't it?
    Ah, am taking in your energy, Ron! :))

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  38. AHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I can't WAIT to see all the pictures! And you are holding back... you are a TEASE!!!!! :) :) :)

    I remember having NO interest in that movie. And then somehow I ended up where they had it playing and I LOVED it. What a wonderful movie. So these pictures... WOW!!!!

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  39. Katherine, I took SO MANY pictures that I had to stop and buy more batteries for my camera because about mid-day they died - HA! I will be sharing (not all ) them periodically throughout the next couple of weeks. I'm trying to organize them into themes so that I can share them as sets.

    "I remember having NO interest in that movie. And then somehow I ended up where they had it playing and I LOVED it. What a wonderful movie."

    It's one of my favorites of Audrey's. I think I saw it the first time with my mother because she loved classic films!

    Thanks so much for stopping by, my friend. Hope you're weekend was faaaaaaabulous!
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  40. Hello there Mel!

    "It's good that you have this love of NYC. It makes up for those of us who can't deal with that many people, that much traffic and that much activity. Yup, there's an energy to it."

    Yes, I can totally understand NYC not being for everyone because it's pretty intense when it comes to all the sensory overload. But for some reason, it invigorates and inspires me.

    "That first shot is definitely a good example of it, all pretty in pink. Gotta wonder who'd go to that measure to get the passerby's attention.....only in NYC!! Though I've experienced some of that in LA, too....where they dress up whole sky scrapers to call attention to some new film. LOL. I can't see that happening in small town Iowa!"



    HA! I know, everything in NYC is so BIG!


    And me too, I'm glad it didn't rain that day. And actually, it really wasn't that cold either.


    Thanks so much for stopping by, dear lady. Hope your weekend was super!
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  41. OMG, Petra...as I was reading your comment I could FEEL your love (like my own) of the Big Apple! It seems that either people feel like you and I, or they feel it's just too much. The first time I went there I was about 13 years old as well, and like you, ever since I was HOOKED.

    "You know, Ron, I never had the opportunity to visit Windows of the World. Never in a million years could we predict such a tragedy at the Twin Towers. Had I known, I would have made it a top priority."

    What's really weird is that the whole time I lived in NYC, I never went to visit the Windows of the World in the Trade Center. It wasn't until July of 2001, did I go to the top. And tragically, it was only two months later that 9/11 occurred.

    " The Russian Tea Room is fab, Ron. Have you ever been?"

    I've walked past The Russian Tea Room many times, but no, I've never been inside. I hear it's faaaabulous!

    "Ron, I know exactly what you mean breathing in Manhattan's energy. I had gone to the New School for years in the evenings to prepare myself to become a writer/screenwriter...."



    Like you, I went to school in Manhattan as well, waaaay back in 1974. And I LOVED living there.


    And it's true what you said, there is SO MUCH to see of Manhattan that you could go over and over again and still not see it all.


    Thanks so much for stopping by and sharing your love and excitement of NYC, dear friend. It seems we are very simpatico!


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  42. Yes, I did know that. And like you, I cannot imagine anyone BUT Audrey playing Holly. She MADE that role.

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  43. " Don't you just love spur of the moment excursions? Just lends to the excitement, doesn't it? "


    Yes, it certainly does. I love go into NYC on the spur of the moment because it leaves the whole experience exciting and spontaneous :)
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  44. Breakfast at Tiffany's! Aaaaaahhhhhhh! Don't know if you remember Ron, but my blog name comes from an Audrey Hepburn movie - Charade (because I'm such an Audrey Hepburn fan!

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  45. "Breakfast at Tiffany's! Aaaaaahhhhhhh! Don't know if you remember Ron, but my blog name comes from an Audrey Hepburn movie - Charade"


    Yes! Yes! I do remember! We were both fans of Audrey!!! And it was such a cool feeling to stand in front of the same windows that Audrey did during the making of that film.


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  46. It looks like people have been taking bits of the window frame as souvenirs. I don't know, if I'll ever make it back there, but if I do, I'm sure I'll love it. Thanks for tour!

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  47. "It looks like people have been taking bits of the window frame as souvenirs."


    No, it just looks that way. The window frame is made of marble, so from the pictures it looks like chunks are missing.


    I try to go back to NYC every couple of mouths because it's only about a 2-hour drive. I take the bus in.

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