Creating a Photo: Back to New York with British Airways – Part 6 – Time with Friends and back to JFK
Featuring the British Airways Airbus A318E.
Or – “World. Enough now. Stop it. Please. Pretty Please…”
- The Introduction
- To London
- BA 1 – London City Airport – Shannon – New York JFK
- One Time Exception: Apple Store, Grand Central Terminal
- Holiday Inn Long Island City Manhattan View
- A trip to a camera shop
- Time with Friends and back to JFK – THIS SECTION
- JFK T7, Pre-Flight Dining
- BA4 – New York JFK – London City Airport
- Radisson Edwardian and the Trip Home
- The wrap up
- The Photo
Time to put the bad stuff behind me (it’ll return soon enough!) and enjoy the company of friends 🙂
CrashPad: My Friends place, New Jersey
Cost. Many boxes of Malteasers and Cadburys Heros 😉
There were many annoying things on this trip however, spending time with my friends is not one of them (in fact, taking the photos for the final part of this TR are a bonus – I wanted to see my friends). It was good to be around people with similar interests, madnesses and other things that we have in common.
With the new camera in hand, it time to head up from Adorama to 33rd Street PATH station where I was due to meet my friends. From there – it was down through the PATH, across the Hudson and into Jersey City itself.
When I emerged from the station, instead of a massively busy area instead it was more like a normal “town” than anything else with a much more slower pace of life than 33rd Street and Manhattan.
A short walk, and I was at their apartment, and was shown the view that greeted me from their window.
It was then time to distribute chocolate (well I have to bring some things with me), and then it was just time doing things together, hanging out, and keeping an eye on their cat
3 good days later, it was time to head back to JFK. For this, it was case of PATH to 33rd street, a hike to 34th Street Penn Station.
And then the joy of dealing with a ticket machine, it was a case of hopping on a train to Jamaica – was waiting to go.
Soon enough the train was at Jamaica, and it was time to switch to the AirTrain. Of course for this privilege, it’s another $5 (payable on the Metrocard).
Passing the Worldport
The AirTrain did its job, heading to Federal Circle, then off around the terminal houses until the train got to T7 where I took my leave.
Coming up – JFK T7, Preflight dining, and BA004 – JFK-LCY… along with more mess-ups… Trust me – the world was still in a bad mood with me…