Over the past year, I have worked part-time for MBA recruiting…generally this has involved planning prospective student visits to campus. But this week, it meant a trip to NYC. The event went off relatively smoothly and we had a lot of people there (more than we’d ever had before).
However, since I was going to be out there anyway, I decided to make a trip from it. A mini-vacation, if you will. So, my bestie Kelly graciously hosted me (thanks Leslie for your bed!) and we had a splendid time. Here are a few pics documenting the 3.5 day trip.
If you ever go to NYC, Bryant Park is a must. It’s one of my favorite places…and you can get great food at ‘Wichcraft. We had delicious paninis and enjoyed lots of people watching. (There is no where on this earth where the people watching is as good as it is in New York.)
Don’t let the Cubs shirts fool you…we went to a Mets game. This was my second one and I have to say that I am a fan of the field, for sure. Not sure just yet which team I’m going to root for regularly, but I’m thinking it will probably be the Mets based on my employment.
And finally, Kelly and I met our friend Puz for lunch at this great new place called Pulino’s on the corner of Bowery and Houston (it’s pronounced “house-ton” for those of you who don’t want to seem uber touristy when you visit New York). Amazing thin crust pizzas.