Courtyard Secaucus Meadowlands
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... main courses to us) Sautéed skate wing, cucumber, green curry - great combination of flavours and textures and temperatures Poached black bass, saffron and fennel, with an Israeli cous cous salad - beautiful succulent fish in a delicious broth with a crisp, spicy salad. Desserts (that's desserts to us :-) ) Sweet corn, blueberry and ??? Apricot, chèvre and cardamom Oh yes and delicious wines including Grüner Veltliner from ...
... was off to explore. It was amazing, just like to see on all of the movies, but the streets were dirty and really crowded.
We wandered around for a little while and then found a traditional New York Irish Pub for dinner.
Once dinner was finished, and the rain squall had passed, the sun had set, and it was off to undertake some more exploration around Time Square. The sun had set, and ...
... well as a delightful drink called a 'Cortado' which is basically a strong Piccolo, a double shot espresso served as a latte, but with less milk. So New York is definitely doing its part to fight the notion that the US has terrible coffee. The only problem is that you have to find it!! But with a solid mix of google searches, blind luck and careful scrutiny of each cafe, the search has been highly succesful! It probablly helps that we are living in a very ...
... a native and we went back to where we started. The N train came in and we were on our way to SoHo.
In SoHo we shopped and for two people who don't shop on a regular basis we did pretty well. Bloomingdales, Old Navy, H&M, Uniqlo, Converse and David Z (shoes). It was raining by this time so we also picked up a couple of umbrellas. Andrew commented that we hadn't picked the best day to shop, Saturday afternoon and raining. It was pretty busy but ...
... when you exercise, particularly when running. This increases your oxygen intake and your lung capacity and lets you exercise longer. If you don't know how to breathe from your diaphragm, you can lie down and put something on your stomach, then practice making it rise and fall as you inhale and exhale.
If you would like to avoid unnecessary soreness following your routine run, always include a cool-down to allow the sudden build-up ...