Days Inn Bronx Near Stadium
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... training, I made the effort to be very extroverted and met as many people as I could (this week included all members of Harlem, Brooklyn, Bronx, and Queens together) because this was the only week we were all together. That definitely paid off. I met a lot of really great people. The beautiful thing is that we are all doing the same program and all have very similar values and very similar mindset regarding our personal missions. It has been a great experience ...
... for a story and history lesson from Mark. Final stop in Queens was a Polish restaurant for lunch, where we shared veal meat balls, liver, tounge and goulash plus a coffee. After lunch it was off to Brooklyn, the most intereting stop being in an orthodox Jewish community. Here we had another pit stop for coffee and pastries then it was back over the East river via the Williamsburg bridge, which ...
... in Chelsea Market for some fantastic lobster rolls and then proceeded to buy Juniors cheesecake to dine on back home with cups of tea. In the evening we had pizza in the flat as everyone was completely fooded out and watched Monsters University (a great film!).
Katie & John left early on Sunday morning carrying a few extra bags for us which we really appreciated!
We went for our final Hurrah ...
... a massive M&M World and a huge Disney shop. Outside were Woody, Ironman, Batman and other Disney characters mingling with the crowds - you would love it but I would be so scared I would lose you. Times Square is like New York on steroids - bigger, bolder and brasher! Once at the theatre we were seated (in excellent seats) and the show started. I have never enjoyed live theatre so much as this show. It was amazing and the lead actress (Jessie Mueller) ...
... back again via 6th Street for a different perspective - lots of eating places.
In the evening, we walked east again on 7th Street to have dinner at a French Restaurant/Bar with 4 of Paula's friends - 3 Australian girls and Rory from New Zealander - lovely people and all really enjoying NY. And then we walked home just before ...