Moving on our way towards Alice in Wonderland after departing from the magic surrounding Bethesda Fountain, me and Kat encountered many a lovely sights, from lonely boats waiting to be used, to quiet secluded sitting areas just begging to be sat on and have hours fly by, to the many and utterly numerous ridiculously fit people jogging by or walking their dogs. It’s decidedly unfair the amount of lovely people that can fit in one city, never mind in one park, people watching can be take to a whole new level here.
(The Conservatory water area in Central Park is a fantastic place to people watch by the way, everyone we encountered there oozed relaxation and that specific kind of languid body language that comes from the particularly kind-of-well off. )
The Alice In Wonderland statue was, in all respects, worth the journey. We also did manage to find the Balto statue but Kat was the one that photographed the heck out of that one, I just tried to prevent myself from being tripped up by the delightfully hazard prone skaters surrounding that particular area. Central Park, I’m coming back one day soon.