Super 8 South Hackensack
Travel Blogs from South Hackensack
... move around with ease. As I stood there looking at the thousands of buildings I couldn't help wonder who was in them and what they were doing. How could so many people live in such a small city and so many more in the surrounds. What draws the millions here. Is this the capital of the world for signers, dancers, actors, financiers? Are people drawn here just because people are drawn here? Just because they can?
A short time later I met Jon back on the 80th floor ...
... the Main Waiting Room at Hoboken Terminal, originally built in 1907. The waiting room, which features vaulted ceilings and a 2,000 square foot stained glass Tiffany skylight, is considered one of the finest in the country.
... at Percy's, a local dive, on the corner of Avenue A and 13th St. It was fairly empty but that suited us fine as many places on Friday night are just packed like a can of sardines. More for the young-uns. Some other friends joined us too - Vicky, Yang's local friend and Toby, my friend from Hong Kong, who just arrived in NYC with his family. Catching up with friends in a foreign city is, in my mind, the coolest thing.
After a couple of hours of ...
... to park a few blocks away and on my way back to the hotel I found a little bar (imagine that!), and and headed there to blog and watch the Heat/Pacers game. After the game, back to the hotel and sleep. Tomorrow two very different Presidents...We're going to find out just who was buried in Grant's tomb and see where the man who the Teddy Bear was named after rests for eternity!
Good night my friends and family!