For the first stop on the Rhinebeck 2013 tour, Dale and I flew to NYC and stayed in Brooklyn for a night – just enough time to see a few sights and eat a few delicious meals before catching the train upstate! We stayed at Hotel Indigo, which was lovely (it had hard flooring instead of carpet!). Here’s a few snaps!

Airport knitting

Travel knitting – a simple shawl out of gorgeous Fyberspates cashmere/silk.

bucatini all'Amatriciana

Bucatini all’Amatriciana at Eataly.

Empire State Building

Empire State Building

Empire State Building

A few shots from the 86th floor observatory of the Empire State Building – it was quite crowded!

Palmer's

travel knitting

Palmer's

Palmer’s in Brooklyn, where we had a fantastic breakfast.

Shake Shack!

Shake Shack!

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Staying in downtown Brooklyn was different and nice. There’s always so much to see in NYC and so little time. More to come on the main event!

2 Responses to “24 hours in NYC”

  1. Michael Chan

    I love NYC. I’ve never been to Brooklyn yet :( But I have to say that I feel more ‘home’ in Manhattan than I do in Toronto

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  2. pia

    I wish I had made it to NYC one last time before we left the East Coast. Such a great city.

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