Homewood Suites Rutherford-Meadowlands
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... it which takes 30 minutes and you end up in the Chelsea/garment district which is a real young/funky place to be. The Yankee game and the basketball game were close fourth and fifth favourites. One thing I came away thinking was everyone is just so happy and friendly. It is not the same atmosphere at a football game. People are less rowdy and aggressive and everyone is having fun dancing and singing and going out as families. This brings me on to the next ...
... have for the rest of my life. Hanging out with my friends from Bard and meeting new ones was fantastic, too. I hope I have more chances in my life to go on trips as transformative as this one.
Allison- Traveling to Quito and The Galapagos islands changed my perspective on many things. For instance, we tend to take advantage on the simple things we have in life and by experiencing different things opened my eyes on how I’m now going to live my life. ...
... go to Costa Rica instead before returning home. We went for a walk round Central Park at noon on Christmas Day which was, rather surprisingly, incredibly busy. Afterwards we had Christmas Day lunch at Ruth’s Chris Steak House and then spent the rest of the day facetiming family and watching films in true Christmas style.
On Boxing Day we had another sunny day and decided to go for our last run around Central Park. I think it’s the first ...
... type of food. We had little hot dog pastry rolls, chicken wings, a delish vanilla milkshake, some Colombian food I don't remember the name of but wasn't so great, ramen burger (also not that great but had a lot of hype so we had to try!) and two delish donuts. Pretty successful lunch outing! Just down the road was the Brooklyn brewery, so we headed there. After a 45 minute wait the security dude super nicely snuck us in on a tour, which was really interesting! I had no idea how ...
... so that we can stand here today and admire it. The floors are all marble and the place is huge!
We pick up our passes right across the road and spy the Empire State Building for the first time. We have decided to go to the MOMA today as it is going to be a wet day and it is relatively close to where we are. NY is a walking city, even the glammed-up walk. There are taxis everywhere, but they get a bit gridlocked, I imagine that people who catch them spend a lot of time ...