What's the meaning of "wind up" in the following sentence.
"It's a particularly fine way to have an unusual Manhattan experience on a cold, rainy day and wind up a special souvenir of your visit."
I'm guessing there's been a typo in the original article, as "wind[ing] up with a special souvenir" makes sense.
Maybe they're talking about getting a tattoo? That way you end up being a souvenir of your visit.