Shooting some hoops while Jay Z's Empire state of mind blares on the loudspeakers. Below, not a bad view from the playing field!
As you walk along between the piers there are parks for kids, a swimming pool, art installations, splash pads, a carousel, beautifully-landscaped walkways, cafes and all with a view of Manhattan.
glass building it was housed it, but it is pretty cool looking.
A new location to fly her kite.
These benches seemed to be everywhere and the artist even made a scavenger hunt for people to find all 12 of them. They were done by the same artist who did the mirror labyrinth.
At the end of the day we were hot and so we went to a splash pad in Prospect Park. It seemed more like a giant concrete slab with a couple arches of water on the edge, but it was both enjoyable and refreshing. Harriet, more so than Eloise, was just thrilled about it.
Celebrate Brooklyn, one of a series of free concerts throughout the summer. We listened to a little reggae and then headed home. Once again, exhausted.