New York City has a reputation for being “the city that never sleeps” — but all of the sightseeing that GENERAL HOSPITAL’s Marcus Coloma (Nikolas) did in The Big Apple on Oct. 6 definitely wore him out! The GH star is currently in Manhattan with his 13-year-old daughter, Coco, and based on the video that the actor shared on Instagram, the duo certainly packed in a ton during their date in the city!
Set to the Bobby Darin song “By The Sea,” Coloma put together a montage of video clips highlighting their adventures. The video begins with a shot of the Brooklyn Bridge before Coloma, dressed in a bathrobe, turns the camera on himself in their hotel room in the South Street Seaport district. But soon, Coco and her dad set off to explore the city, first making a stop at Memories of New York, a gift shop that has been a Fifth Avenue landmark near the Flatiron Building for 30 years.
Next, father and daughter are staring, confused, at the bright yellow, poncho-style parkas in the window display at the Moncler store. The duo then checked out Oscar Wilde, a Victorian-themed restaurant dedicated to the famous author. On a bench outside of the bistro sits a statue of Wilde on a bench — which Coco promptly parked herself on the ground next to, situating herself so the writer’s hat would be atop her head.
The next scene in the video is Coloma holding tickets for the wildly popular Broadway revival of The Music Man, starring Hugh Jackman and Sutton Foster. But he and Coco weren’t at the show yet — rather, they were dining at Artichoke Basille’s Pizza, known around town for its massive slices.
Presumably working off their lunch, Coloma and his daughter took advantage of the unseasonably warm afternoon for a stroll along The High Line, an elevated park created on an old section of the New York Central Railroad. Then they hopped over to the Javits Center to check out New York Comic Con!
Eventually, they made their way to the Broadway area of town and the famed Winter Garden Theater to see The Music Man. After the show, the Colomas walked past Radio City Music Hall and The Rink at Rockefeller Center before finally making their way back to their hotel. Showing off his step-tracking app, Coloma had logged a crazy amount of steps traipsing all over the city! No wonder he looked so exhausted by the time he fell into bed at night!
It looked like it was a great day! Check out Coloma’s video below to see for yourself… but it might tire you out just watching it!
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