Attention all Members:
This meetup will repeat itself automatically on the second Sunday of every month. The meeting time will always be from 1:00 PM until 4:00 PM. The venue, for now, will be:
Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, 1 Robert Wood Johnson Place (on the corner of Somerset and Little Albany Streets), New Brunswick, NJ.
The meetings take place in a private, glassed-in dining room, in the cafeteria, on the second floor of the building.
Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital is located on the corner of Somerset and Little Albany Streets, directly South of the train station, in downtown New Brunswick, NJ. (Little Albany Street is not to be confused with Albany Street, which is Route 27. Albany Street runs parallel to Little Albany Street, on the opposite side of the railroad bridge.)
The hospital has its own parking garage, which charges $2 an hour. The garage is located on Little Albany Street, near the emergency room entrance.
Our meetings take place in the main hospital cafeteria, on the second floor. We have our own, private, glassed-in dining room, at the entrance to the cafeteria, directly across from the elevators. If you enter the hospital building from its main entrance on Somerset Street, the elevators and the stairs will be directly to the left. There will be an information desk directly in front of you, as you enter the main lobby, in case you need directions.
Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital is located conveniently in downtown New Brunswick, in the heart of Central New Jersey. The location is accessible by NJ Transit trains from NY Penn Station, Trenton, and all stations in between. Also, downtown New Brunswick is a hub for local NJ Transit buses in Middlesex County.
Walking from the Southbound train station: People getting off the southbound train from Penn Station should walk to the south end of the platform, past the Barnes & Noble, down the stairs, across Easton Avenue, and up Little Albany Street to the hospital.
Coming from Philadelphia, members will be able to reach New Brunswick via SEPTA train to Trenton, then NJ Transit train to New Brunswick.
Coming from NYC/Going to NYC, there is also a Coach USA Suburban Transit bus that leaves NY Port Authority at Gate 417, and stops in East Brunswick Tower Center and downtown New Brunswick (by the train station) on its way to or from Princeton.
In addition to the group: For those who have extra time, there are plenty of things to do in downtown New Brunswick. There is a Barnes & Noble bookstore and café right next to the southbound train platform. Behind it is the College Avenue campus of Rutgers University. There is also an array of student oriented shops and pubs on Easton Avenue. There could not possibly be a more convenient and favorable location in Central New Jersey.
With Sincerest Best Wishes,