Jersey City Bed & Breakfast
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... immigrant population who came to US. Beside me met a new colleague - Missi, who works for Human Capital and has been working for Deloitte for the past 5years. She is a pretty sweet girl and both were talking about how NYC office is different from our own home offices (her's is Chicago). Had an amazing day- Tom has also left ...
... trying to find somewhere that will do it and are told that American Express on Times Square can. So back into the madness of Times Square we go only to discover that the Amex office no longer exists. He does cash a couple, but still has the rest.
I want to go to Macy's and do some shopping, so we head off there. It is on many levels and is crowded. I am very surprised to find that it is old and reminds me very much of the David Jones in Newcastle in Hunter St and it is just ...
... a touching place to see.
We took the subway back, and had a little time to chill before going out for our last group dinner. We went to a place called Stout (where again I was 'that minor'). If you ever go there, I recommend the Shepherd's Pie - it was delicious. We had a great dinner, and said our goodbyes to everyone before heading back to the hotel for a much needed good night's sleep. Peace out from New York ...
... other diners to sit down and our food was sent through about 4 other diners to get to us! We got there just in time for a table and after that there was a constant line outside. The food was great and it was great to get a peek into the kitchen to watch them making the noodles.
After dinner we headed out to see some live music at Rockwood Music Hall, got there in time for a band called the Hoochie Coochie Men who ...
... Ferry Terminal. This Ferry service is free and takes about 20 minutes or so over to Staten Island. We got to see the Statue of Liberty really well as we passed by it and even with all the people on the boat we could still get photos! We decided to just catch it straight back to the city as we didn't have anything we wanted to see out on the island.. Well not that we knew of anyway. We walked along the water to the New ...