a not-so-lazy sunday

We started out morning off with possibly the greatest waffle ever. We went to Wafels & Dinges and had le throwdown wafel. Admittedly, I wasn’t fully aware that it was a food truck. In fact, I had never heard of it. Rambo (who has spent copious amounts of time watching the food network whilst I’m away at work) saw it on Throwdown with Bobby Flay and suggested we go there. I owe him big time.

Le Throwdown Wafel is a Liège wafel covered with speculoos (or spekuloos, as they call it) spread and piled high with whipped cream. I was pretty sure I died and went to heaven.

After inhaling this deliciousness, we went for a wander uptown towards Yankee Stadium. As if we planned it, a good chunk of our walk was through Central Park.


After our stroll around Central Park, we hopped on the subway and went to Yankee Stadium to see the Yankees. I don’t know about you, but I think this stadium is pretty awesome.

Right as we walked up to our seats, we heard quite the commotion – everyone in the stadium started cheering. We got up there to see that Derek Jeter was up for his first at-bat since his injury. THWACK! Derek Jeter hits a home run off his first pitch back. Everyone went bonkers. No wonder Yankees fans love Jeter.

We left the game at the start of the 8th inning when it was tied (as it had been for the last 3 innings). In the 9th inning, Soriano scored a run to win the game.

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