We landed in JFK before noon and and headed straight out to find food.
There were multiple calls for burgers so we settled on this little nook in Brooklyn called James, since it was just down the road from our destination.
It always takes me a minute to get used to American service, which includes a LOT more conversation than Japan. I mean, it’s not better or worse. There’s just a difference in the way the service industry works here.
Anyways, after our delicious brunch we headed out to see the rest of Brooklyn.
This flight was very educational.
I learned that JAL curry was as delicious as everyone says it is.
And I always love the view out the window, but I have also discovered the joys of Deadliest Catch, quite possibly the best TV show on flights ever.
I’m already looking forward to my next flight, just to see this.
So Japan apparently has an American Football league.
My friend got tickets and so I got to tag along. I have to say, when we got there, there were actually a surprising number of people in the stands cheering the teams on.
That was until the half time show, where a bunch of energetic kids did their cheer routine and we quickly realized that over half of the people were the parents, waiting to take photos of their kids performances.
Needless to say, there were a few more seats available in the second half of the game.
We had a great time though!