Ymca Of Newark Vicinity
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I arrived at Newark airport about 2.5 hours early. I ran into a couple of classmates in the line for security. Once we got through security we all went looking for food. The options weren't very good. The plane boarded on time and we were all seated together. It was nice to have someone from class sitting with me. The flight was uneventful. The seat was really uncomfortable making it difficult to get much sleep.
... to have a look at Madison Square Garden, the entertainment arena that holds 26,000 spectators and is for sport such as ice hockey and basketball, and music. Billy Joel is playing a concert every month for a year there and is currently sold out until March. We gleaned this from security staff. The arena is some blocks away from the park but we found it okay and after a security scan we were let into the lobby. We hadn't been aware but tours are available during the day ...
... of lights, noise and bustle! Bought some tickets for a comedy club, and a city pass for the Hop On-Hop Off bus for 3 days. Had a nice supper...some wine (finally) and shopped at some street kiosks. Got a plastic cover for my ipad, so if I drop it (again) it should bounce instead of dent.
Capped off the night with a glass of wine in our room (of course) - can't wait for day 2!
... hostel I stayed at as they had many suggestions on what to do, eat, and I met probably the best people on the trip. I still talk to them everyday! (At least at the end of the trip!) Hallstatt was amazing but in some regards I wish I just made it a day trip as I felt very single as the swarms of couples surrounding me at breakfast. I wish I had my few more days in Austria but as they say, I will come back! One of my favorite memories on the trip ...
... from the NY slave period. After protests they built a monument to the burial ground. That was nice to see and read about.
Then we headed up a bit to search for an art installation called the Earth Room. A 1977 art exhibition filled with 250,000 pound of dirt combined with with the framework of an office.
Though after the walk it turns out its only open in the winter. So fail on that freebie.
Hungry now Mim was all over the Harry met Sally ...