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Anything in the Hudson Valley holds my heart, namely Storm King, Dia: Beacon, and any of the Vanderbilt or historic mansions.

(Warning: you will instantly regret this because actually inner city turtles are disgusting).” -Suzie Cook 2.

“A trapeze class at Hudson River Park (near Chelsea Piers).

It sounds totally terrifying in a possibly romantic way? “It’s not a knock-your-socks-off atmosphere, but the tasting menu at Battersby (on Smith St. I love to do tasting menus for special occasions and that one was my favorite and a really good deal!

(Although I heard they may have raised the price.) Also they recently opened their sister restaurant Dover at that cursed corner location on Court St. (where the Magic Fountain and then that nasty burger place used to be.) Haven’t been yet but it’s on my list.” –Linsey Laidlaw 4.

He’s been reminiscing about our love story all week. I finally just had it so good that I felt like I had to do something to give back.

I never tire at how LOVING and giddy that guy is-especially towards me!!! In honor of our anniversary today, I thought I’d share with you THE MOST AMAZING IDEAS for a memorable, magical anniversary in NYC.

“Last year for our anniversary we just went on a bike ride.

We did the trail up to Brooklyn Bridge Park and then took the ferry across the river and continued up the west side highway and got sandwiches somewhere along the way. We parked and wandered the West Village for a while (almost bought a puppy at that pet shop there the mood was so drunk in love.

It’s been my birthday dinner of choice for the past couple of years.” –Kelsey Nixon 13.

“If you are fans of sushi and have seen the Netflix documentary “Jiro Dreams of Sushi” you might interested in checking out Sushi Nakazawa. Sometimes they also have events there (concerts, dance performances, etc.).

Close call.) It was one of my most favorite dates ever.” –Linsey Laidlaw 6.

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