After three long days, I was moving a little slower. Eventually, I took off for another long run in Central Park. Although I had no idea where I was going, I ended up going up the east side of the park; I had ran up the west side on Saturday.
Afterwards, I headed down to Times Square and found a pub off the beaten path for a late breakfast. I spent some time wandering through a street fair. 7th Ave was closed for about eight blocks almost all the way from Central Park to Times Square. It also appears that they are going to close Broadway to through traffic and make a pedestrian mall in Times Square.
I ended up going to late mass at St. Patrick's Cathedral. I picked up my bags from the hotel and took a taxi to JFK airport.
I had a nonstop flight from JFK to Sacramento on jetBlue. jetBlue has Directv. As a result, I was able to watch all of game three of the Cavs versus Magic. Usually, I tend to wander in and out if I am watching a basketball game on television. Trapped in the seat, I actually watched all of the game. I was not impressed with the Cavs. Clearly, LeBron is a force of nature, but the rest of the team looked extremely weak. Watching the Cavs run their offense reminded me of the Kings this year; no plan. I am predicting the Magic in six.
By the time I got back to Sacramento, collected my bag and drove home, it was almost midnight.