Hoboken, NJ, USA
Hoboken 2011Before I begin. This post is not about a bakery. There is more to Hoboken than Carlo. Just don’t tell the people waiting in line, they would never believe you.
We went to Hoboken over spring break. We didn’t jet off to any European countries, nor did we go anywhere that has a sun, and this is unfortunate, we know. But we have plans, big plans for the summer, and so, we had to put away any grand ideas we had for our second winter break (I mean spring break). Therefore, we’ve seen the sun for a whole five minutes or so, and we’ve spent a great deal of time lounging around dreaming of Italy.
Since it’s not like us to stay home for any great length of time, we knew we would become restless and gave ourselves permission to take a small trip. So, despite our lack of interest in baked goods, we chose to stay in Jersey and check out Hoboken. We liked it so much we plan to go back, that is if the sun decides to make an appearance again.
We booked a room at the W Hoboken, and much to our surprise, were upgraded to a room on the 10th floor with a spectacular view of the NYC skyline. Upon entering our room, this is what we saw: