I was planning on this Saturday being a rainy day indoors; however, the weatherman got it totally wrong because I couldn't imagine a more perfectly beautiful day. Typically when we don't have anything planned for the weekend we don't end up doing much; however, on Saturday Pat had the great idea to go up to the tip of the island and visit the Cloisters. The Cloisters is a section of the Metropolitan Museum of Art which was constructed in the 1930s to represent medieval architecture.
It was such a unique and interesting place where I felt I was transported into another time as I walked the massive stone halls. It made me long to live in a day where detail and beauty were not lost to making things cheap and quickly.
We really enjoyed ourselves taking our time throughout the day meandering through the museum and enjoying all the different faucets NYC has to offer.