Samstag, 23. Februar 2008

Nuschi in New York

Nuschi hat die Woche in New York verbracht.
Es war selbstverständlich großartig! Schon auf dem Flug ging's los mit Jerry Seinfelds >Bienen-Avatar als Bordfilm.
Und dann ist ja die Stadt an sich auch eher interessant - vor allem für Busfahrer: Passagiere bezahlen dort fürs Mitfahren! Man muss jeweils acht Quarters, zusammen etwa 517 Lindendollars, beim Fahrer abliefern, damit er einen mitnimmt.
(Joshua, meinst du, du kannst einen Apparat scripten, der
517 Lindendollars annehmen und dafür alle drei Minuten so was ähnliches wie "Thirtyfourthstreet" nuscheln würde?)
Am Donnerstag war dann großer Nuschi-erklärt-Second-Life-Lichtbildvortrag mit Inworld-Demonstration. Mit internationalem Publikum. Auf englisch.
Gottseidank gab es nur im RL etwas Lag... SL lief stabil und alles ging absturzfrei über die Bühne.

Und Freitag lagen plötzlich 5 Inches
Jetzt sitz ich wieder im Second Travel-Büro und schreibe die Postkarten. Dazu bin ich nämlich unterwegs nicht gekommen.
Wer auch mal einen Busfahrer reden hören möchte: Einladungen einfach hinter den Scheibenwischer stecken!
Kulthotels in internationalen Großstädten werden bevorzugt angefahren.


  1. Schön das du wieder da bist.

  2. Point Break - A Perfect Bar Experience in NYC

    A local friend recommended and took my Cali group to this amazing bar. He said that mostly locals came here so I didn't really know what to expect ambiance wise... but screw it, the view at this bar was absolutely breathtaking! No joke. I felt like a celebrity w/ superstar treatment as the staff are friendly and amazing to say the very least.

    I don't know who the house DJ was but he definitely was playing music right up my alley. It would've been my dream for people to start dancing, but it's all good.

    It's a bit sceney for my taste, but it really didn't bother me much. the bartenders knew their stuff, although their 1st cocktail was a little weak, when he saw i understood cocktails the next 2 were stronger. I also liked that even though the place was really hopping the bartender remembered what i was drinking when i came to order another. (he also understood how good a gin hendricks is, and not to overpower it with the mixer). It was amazing to see their “das boot” which is shaped like a boot filled with beer. Don’t get me wrong, I am not drunk…it’s an actual boot shaped beer container ready to be emptied..try it will love it!! can I forget, they even have a wheel o' shots where you just have to spin it and have to drink whatever shot it lands on!! Now call that bar creativity at its best!!!

    We ordered the Veal and Fish Tacos. They were delicious. Mm! We ended up asking for spoons to polish off whatever remained in the platter. (Faux pas? Who cares as long as it gets in my tummy.) The fries were crispy, but not overcooked, just the way that I like them.

    So take in this scene: You walk in to what seems like an overly crowded place, but soon fine an empty table. Time seems to stop and the only indicator of the night moving on is the moon and your brain cells slowly going to bed forever. The music is not to loud and the people around look good, the only thing left for you to do is to enjoy that drink you paid ridiculously low for and laugh at the joke your co-worker just told.

    The vibe of the place just never seems to die out and if you happen to spot some NYC socialite, sports player, or star, don't let it get to you... because for that moment, this night they are no long more important than then you. In fact go up to them and introduce yourself!

    All in all just a great place to meet new people, or just have drinks with people you already know. I've been to numerous bars in the city but i would say this place is just great. Very welcoming staff, very laid back ambiance. I’ve been here twice after my first visit with my Cali group . I would say its worth the every penny you spend!!


Schreib was nettes. Hm?