(This is the fourth post in a series detailing my work trip to Saddle Brook, New Jersey.)
New York, New York. The Big Apple. The City That Never Sleeps. Whatever you may call it, I call it by one word: awesome.
The training team went to New York both days we had off from training. Out of the 13 of us, maybe 3 had been there before, so for the majority of us it was our first foray with the biggest city in the United States.
New York is the epitome of hustle and bustle. Everything is so fast paced that you hardly have time to stop and look around. However, I wasn’t going to let the craziness allow me from getting to do and see what I wanted to do. Even before we got there, I had an idea of what I wanted to do and I got to do almost everything.
To keep it simple, here is a list of what I got to do or see when I was in New York (pictures to follow):
Going to New York City, more specifically the random excursion on the Staten Island Ferry with Meagan, Tito, Shane and Jenny was the best part of the trip. Very glad to have gotten to experience NYC and I hope to go back soon and take care of a few more things on my list of things to see and do in NYC.
Until next time …