As a paying lifer, I am currently above goal weight (which I did maintain for over a year) but I know I can lose the weight again. I still do believe in Weight Watchers so I decided to join in Saturday's fun walk.
As a tour guide, I found that the route was quite a lot of fun. What I didn't realize until I put these posts together is what a great route this is for a walking tour. I also did not realize how many posts I have written about the area surrounding the route in the last 3.5 years. Take a tour with me sometime and see what you missed.
We started near Madison Square, the home of the first two Madison Square Gardens.
I have written several posts about the neighborhood that are illustrated with vintage post cards and modern pictures.
The first one was about Madison Square Park when the Jumpers were here. The second post looks at the Flatiron building and the Museum of Sex. In Spiritual Paths, we see some of the churches in the area.
In Kids and Theater 3, I talk about some un Weight Watcher like restaurants and the (I believe) first edition of Madison Square Eats which is still happening today. Tada Theater is a great alternative to Broadway for kids.
I picked up a Weight Watcher friendly snack at Madison Eats during the walk - kale, sesame and garlic salad.
One last newcomer to the area is the Museum of Mathematics or MOMATH for short.
Now, on to Herald Square.