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So, I am finally home and it is 7:33am PT / 10:33am ET. I realize that I have not blogged since I left the airport going to NYC, but that’s partially due to a rather poor a Wi-Fi connection at the conference (especially for Mac users) along with a rather costly in-room Internet connection via Ethernet cable (I’d only consider paying if I could at least go online from bed rather than be strapped down to a desk).
But now that I am back, here’s what you will look forward to reading once I finish unpacking and re-cooping:
- BlogHER Conference: While I won’t be providing a detailed recap (there were live bloggers who took care of that), there were definitely a few good points worth noting.
- The Metropolitan Museum of Art: Loved the Costume Institute, but I was very disappointed at not being able to see the Unicorn Tapestries at the Cloisters (long story why).
- The Museum of Sex: Interesting and surprisingly educational
- Flor de Mayo: Cuban/Peruvian Chinese food and Chinese people who speak Spanish, who knew?
- SOHO: Only two set destinations here, Muji and Uniqlo
- Trapeze School New York: How I fulfilled my dream to fly