After breakfast, we continued our drive towards New York. We hit up the MetLife stadium where the Giants and Jets play, and that was pretty neat. The tour guide for that had a strong Jersey accent and I thought it was kind of funny because it seemed like she was faking it sometimes but I don't know for sure. We spent a lot of time at MetLife stadium and after that we went to eat lunch. The place that we went to was sort of small, but it being a two story building, we got the entire upstairs to ourselves. Their food was pretty good, but they ran out before long. The waiters and waitresses were also very busy. I don't think they knew just how many people were coming with us. As soon as we were done eating, we drove to Central Park. The buildings and landscape we saw on the way were like nothing I've ever seen before. The buildings weren't quite as tall as I was thinking, but I guess my expectations were pretty high. I think I overestimated the height of the city, but it was definitely bigger than I thought. As we were approaching Central Park and the place where we would be dropped off at, Mr. Kuhlman was telling us how to get to the hotel. Our hotel was called The Hotel at Times Square. I couldn't hear Mr. Kuhlman, and I assumed that the papers he was handing out were maps to the hotel. Well, I was partly right, and we'll talk about that later because those papers did have maps on them. Spencer, Mickey, David and I walked around New York on our own for a little while. We stopped at a couple stands and bought sunglasses, and walked into some stores like what we have in the mall, except these were huge. The Hollister store was at least three stories. After exploring the few stores that did spark our interest, we decided to try and find the hotel. This was where things got a little interesting.