Since the kids were bouncing off the walls Amy and I took them to the LIttle Prince Kid's Cafe.
|Jesse is so excited to show August the train|
|The subway has reserved seats for these people. I consider myself in the final category-but throw a few more kids on that stick-lady|
|If you look closely, that is NOT Sharon Stone in Basic Instinct. I have no idea what that ad is for|
|The information I need? Where to get a hat like that! (Zing!)|
|Burt's Bees is considered fancy here. I don't get it. It has it's own counter next to Clinique and my fav, Bobbi Brown|
|Outside the department store. The Men's Hair Shop|
|Wondering about those numbers? The large one is the price as in 4700 won (about $4.50) and the one below it is the calories....778|
The McDonald's bulgogi burger was very strange. It was a meat-like patty (very unnatural-I've never had a McRibb, but I'm wondering if this is in the same meat class as that) covered in bulgogi sauce. I accidentally ordered a double-for the love of humanity!- and the two patties were stuck together with a piece of cheese. Lettuce and mayo on the top. Regular McDonald's bun. It was great to try it, but I won't order it again and I don't recommend it for you.
After we got home, I still needed to run to the market because we're out of peanut butter and that is a staple in the Farley household. I thought I'd show you a picture of the foregin foods section at the Lotte Super near GMH.