This salsa was made in New York City!


The Chesterfield has returned from another exciting adventure. You may be wondering how the Chesterfield can afford to travel this much. He’s got a lot of vacation time built up and he’s good at saving money. Also, his mother is a first class seat on American Airlines, so he gets really good discounts on plane tickets. This is a true story. On to the adventures. . .

Times Square
Times Square

 

Times Square was pretty great. Look at all the advertising! Thank goodness that the Chesterfield doesn’t look like a tourist. That lady off to the right is obviously a tourist. Aren’t you embarrassed for her?

 

 

Central Park
Central Park

 

 

Central Park. It was pretty quiet when we visited. We would have stayed longer, but you know what they say about Central Park after dark – it’s his prerogative. Pardon me – I’m being told they say that about Bobby Brown. I apologize for the confusion.

 

Late Show
Late Show

 

 

Here we are outside the Ed Sullivan Theater, home of the “Late Show with David Letterman.” We didn’t attend  the show, we just walked by. Just calm down. It’s not like you were inside either.

 

 

Rockefeller Center Skating Rink
Rockefeller Center Skating Rink

 

 

The famous ice skating rink at Rockefeller Center. You know why it’s famous? It’s famous because this is where they decided to make TV screens square. Also, it’s the namesake of Rockefeller Hanks, known to you and me as Tom Hanks.

 

 

Today Show
Today Show

 

 

This is outside of the “Today” show. You see that guy standing there. That’s actually Kathie Lee Gifford. The makeup they use on TV is remarkable.

 

 

 

Madison Avenue
Madison Avenue

 

Here’s the couch on famous Madison Avenue. We looked for Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce, but came up empty-handed. Later, we found out that is not only the name of our favorite NYC cab driver, it is also the name of an ad firm on a fictional TV program popular with young people and people who are young-people adjacent.

 

Guggenheim Museum
Guggenheim Museum

 

 

The Chesterfield got some culture while visiting the Guggenheim Museum, also known as the Goog. I wonder if anyone else knows it as that. Let’s start that.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bethesda Fountain
Bethesda Fountain

 

 

The famous Bethesda Fountain in Central Park. It’s hard to tell from this picture, but no one here is wearing pants. We were told that’s just an NYC thing. We found that it really helps you maintain eye contact with park visitors of a certain age.

 

Victore seems angry.
Victore seems angry.

 

 

We do not, Victore.

 

 

 

 

 

Mini Empire State Building
Mini Empire State Building

 

 

The Chesterfield is bigger than the Empire State Building! New York City is magic!

 

 

 

 

Radio City Music Hall
Radio City Music Hall

 

 

We waited for hours to see some Rockettes, but saw nothing. We’re pretty sure they were all seeing a Rockefeller Hanks movie.

 

 

 

Pigeon Man
Pigeon Man

 

 

Hey, Pigeon Man! Who do you think you’re grossing out more? The Chesterfield or that little girl?

 

 

 

 

Washington Square
Washington Square

 

 

This is what Washington Square looks like on Halloween. No one claimed to have the name “Washington” and it’s not really square.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Metropolitan Opera at Lincoln Center
Metropolitan Opera at Lincoln Center

 

 

The Metropolitan Opera at Lincoln Center. By this time, the Chesterfield thought he was pretty fancy. He came back down to earth when that man in the black jacket sat down on him, revealing the fact that he was only wearing chaps in the process.


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