Milly & Grace Girls in New York City: Part 2

On day 2 of our trip to the big city, we decided to explore Brooklyn! Caroline and Allie had never been before and they were curious to see what the hipster life was all about and that famous Brooklyn Bridge up close and personal.



^^While we were looking at the Brooklyn Bridge, we saw four guys who were attached to the bridge climbing down it and wondered what they were doing. Then, Caroline noticed three NYPD boats in the Hudson River and bet that something fishy was going on…although Allie and Emily thought that it was probably normal. THEN, later that day on Twitter we saw an article about how the American flags on top of the bridge had been bleached by someone in the middle of the night. We quickly flipped through our pictures and found a picture of the white flag in one of the first pictures we took. And in our later pictures, there was no flag. So, those guys we saw climbing were taking down the bleached flags! Can you believe it?



^^We ate at this yummy place for brunch called The Lodge in Brooklyn. Caroline had her absolute favorite brunch dish – Eggs Benedict! It was delicious.



^^It was hotter than hot in the city so multiple frozen treats were necessary for survival. This is a strawberry milkshake from the famous Momofuku Milk Bar!




^^On our way over to Brooklyn, Emily said how she couldn’t wait to explore the “slashy slash stores.” Allie and Caroline had no idea what she meant and so she explained how almost every store in Brooklyn were two stores combined. Like a coffee shop/barber shop. We came across this slashy slash store and had to document it! It was a hair salon/gift shop. A really cute one too!




^^We met up with some friends for dinner at Rosemary’s, which is now one of our absolute favorite restaurants. So much so that we debated whether or not to share this gem of a place because it is already so packed every night. But, we love you guys so much that we decided to let you in on it! It’s the most beautiful restaurant we have been in and it has the lightest, freshest Italian food ever. They have a rooftop garden where they grow all their vegetables and herbs. Isn’t that the cutest thing ever?



^^Then, we finished out the night with some ice cream pops dipped in chocolate from Popbar! They were to die for and totally hit the spot.


Check back in tomorrow for the full scoop on the radio show and the video of our trip!

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