The Anchor Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Conference facilities
- Room service
- Refrigerator in room
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... back to the village for a boozy dinner followed by a set of love jazz. WE LOVED: - finally finding a place for brunch and then walking past SO many other brunch places afterwards! - awesome live jazz and the intimacy of it all with the pouring rain outside (espresso + red wine + jazz = ...
... when a joke isn't funny.
It was pretty much dinner time by the time that finished and we were starving so we went to Miss Lily's Caribbean where I had the most amazing goat curry I have ever tasted and Aaron had some pretty great jerk chicken. The place was set up like an American diner with reggae music playing and just had a really nice vibe. I don't know if we just look really friendly but American's ...
... from on a boat. And the Statue of Liberty was absolutely stunning what an amazing trip around the bottom of Manhattan island and up the east river under the Brooklyn bridge, Manhattan bridge and the Williamsburg bridge then all the way back. It was truly beautiful. Then we went back to Applebee's again for lunch. This time we both had steaks. It was just so nice yesterday and it was on the way back. Then we made our way back to the subway ...
... One of the singers, Caroline Shaw, was awarded the 2013 Pulitzer Prize for her composition Partita (2011) which was performed as part of this program. Eric Dudley, who George knows as a conductor from the Melbourne Festival production of Kursk, is one of the members of Roomful of Teeth, and the Trinity Choir. It was a lovely surprise to meet up with him earlier at the Festival, and we are having lunch with him next week, we hope. Food wise, we have cooked for ourselves a ...
... we managed to get a table. We shared with a young British couple from Essex. What a small world seeing I lived in Essex for a few years. After a few beers we rolled out the door into the cold and back to the hotel to listen to the soothing sounds of the traffic for the night.
Prior to our trip we had applied for a New York Greeter these are volunteers who take you around the local area for free. They are not allowed to accept tips but you can buy them lunch. We ...