Tuesday, June 28, 2011

monet: part deux

One thing I discovered about teenage girls this weekend
is that they are tireless shoppers ~  
especially, when it's overcast and they can't go to the beach.
So on Friday morning, we headed to Southampton.
The girls shopped and shopped.
They have an impeccable sense of style and
found fantastic deals because they are so tiny. 
"Oh look!  Here's a $150  sweater in a zero for $29!"
Yay them!

After meeting the guys at the Driver's Seat for lunch,
we stopped by Town Hall.
Robert's Great (great?) Uncle had won an architecture competition
and designed the building.

How cool is that?

I took the girls on a driving tour around Southampton
and down Gin Lane 
to see the mansions behind the hedges.

They braved the wind and cold to snap a few beach pictures.

Next, we stopped by Tate's Bake Shop
to grab a hot cup of coffee
and some treats.

We shopped even more in Sag Harbor
before heading to Sunset Friday
at the vineyard.
It was a light night because of all the rain,
but the girls loved dressing up and
found more great deals on the Styleliner.

We caught the ferry 
to Shelter Island
and had another amazing meal
at Vine Street Cafe.

we arrived home around midnight

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