The second performance was classic Broadway. Jersey Boys tells the story of Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons, and has been running since 2005. We were going to buy same-day tickets to this show using a discount code. Tony called the theater and found out there was a hefty service charge for phone orders. We walked to the theater (about nine blocks) and an hour before show time got better tickets (in the eighth row) for a lower price.
|Sunset in Manhattan|
On our last night in town, we attended a free concert in Prospect Park close to the Brooklyn Bridge that had been recommended by our Central Park bike tour guide. We got there late so we missed the dance lesson that started the evening. The opening act was a DJ who spun dance music, followed by an Afro-Cuban band. As we listened, we watched the sky get dark as sun slipped behind the Manhattan buildings. It was a great way to start bringing our week to a close.
Highlights of Vacation Day 4:
- Breakfast from a deli
- Subway to the Metropolitan Museum of Art
- Bought tomatoes from sidewalk produce stand to snack on
- Lunch at Carnegie Deli
- Back to hotel for a nap
- Took subway to Yankees Stadium (in the Bronx) for a baseball game