Carvi Hotel New York
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... of the park with Jane's Carousel and then walked back, up and over the Brooklyn Bridge. Very crowded - keep left! Cyclists either have a death wish or a murder wish - they really zoom along and it's your lookout not to get hit. Subway back to my hotel and I picked up my tripod (wishful thinking - hoping to set it up for some night shots of Manhattan) and then back on the subway for my trip up to One WTC - I think I've got this subway thing sussed! ...
... therefore getting DVT. My head is clearly an interesting place to be. Secret eating came in handy today. The sandwich I bought myself for lunch remained in the over head storage during the first flight, much to my disappointment but I wanted to eat it before the second flight so that whoever I was sitting next to did not judge me for eating two meals. I'm glad I did eat it because there was no inflight meal on the way ...
... It's been a wonderful last day and the kids are feeling very sad about leaving.
The plane was delayed by an hour and a half meaning lots of sitting around at Newark airport (one of the least impressive airports I've ever visited), and not arriving into Orlando until almost 2am. We got a cab to the Disney All Star Sports Resort - a kind of motel style accommodation at the less fancy end of the Disney spectrum. We chose this property for all of the advantages of ...
... identify itself as Indian, but was pleasant to the eye, very NY – slightly ‘minimalist’. We started off with pappadums which were supplied with three different dipping sauces. Two mango lassis were like the ‘nectar of the gods’! My main course was Navratan Korma with Paneer, which translates as Vegetable Korma with cottage cheese chunks. Plain rice, naan bread and a free dish of pappadum ...
... is great, pretty reliable and certainly feels very safe (unfortunately its also under going a lot of work right now so our closest line, the L, only operates week days meaning we've been walking to the other side of Williamsburg to Marcy Avenue for the M and then you find the trains are running on alternate lines and not stopping at some stations, ho hum).
The same can be said for Harlem - the being great part I mean. It lies ...