An expert tells me there is no way to get a good train ride from New Jersey to Boston without having to go through New Jersey.
The journey is about 20 minutes, but there are no stops or delays.
And with the trains running on time, no need to worry about being late.
But what about the experience?
I was in New York, New Jersey, last week for a conference.
We drove from Manhattan to New Jersey’s Penn Station.
I got on a crowded train and got off.
But my seat was still occupied by a couple of young people.
They didn’t notice, so they got off and sat next to me.
I tried to talk to them, but they ignored me.
The train arrived at the station.
The train arrived in Boston.
I had been sitting next to a couple.
We looked at each other.
I was just trying to get out of their way.
They sat on the edge of the seats and looked up at me, as if I were an idiot.
I looked at them and smiled.
The next time I was on a train I would have looked at the same thing.
And if the experience isn’t worth it, why are people willing to pay a fortune for it?
The journey is not for everyone.
There are lots of people who hate trains.
They want to see how fast they can ride them.
I’ve seen people in suits who are happy to sit next to the young people who have been sitting beside me all day.
People who are trying to feel better, to be able to relax.
It’s not easy.
But it’s worth it.
I’d rather spend money than travel for no reason at all.
I’m not interested in being alone.
I don’t want to be isolated, and I don