Monday, May 10, 2010

Bucket List: Binghamton Style

As I begin my two week countdown to my departure from Binghamton, I have come to realize all the things that I had wanted to do while here that I never got the chance to do. Last night I came up with a list of all the places I went, things I saw, and people I met while here and I must say that Binghamton has been pretty good to me. Not only was I able to get a sweet education and study abroad in Australia, but I was able to get a sense of what living on my own will be like next year. I live off campus in a house with five of my good friends, so I have gotten used to cooking for myself, and sending in my rent checks. It has also allowed me to become a lot more independent, able to go where I want when I want and not feel like I need to be constantly surrounded by people.

As I made a aforementioned list, I realized that Binghamton has some pretty great things to offer. It has a plethora of awesome restaurants, everything from sushi to american to thai food. Some of my favorites here include Whole in the Wall a place that is all natural and positively scrumptious.

Whole in the Wall

For sushi I go to Sake Tumi a cute place whose owner doubles as a waiter creating an overall comfortable atmosphere.

Sake Tumi

For a great place to eat and drink with friends that is relatively cheap I like to go to Tullys. A restaurant with tvs all over the place broadcasting every sports game imaginable.

Tullys

If you couldn't already tell, I love to eat. If you are ever in Binghamton check out my favorite places. I guarantee you won't be disappointed.

As for me, I must start my final paper, the one thing standing between me and graduation this Sunday. Yikes!

As always stay lazy and don't worry, summer is right around the corner!!

Jill @ Senioritis

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