24 hours in NYC

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!


travel knitting


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

Shake Shack!

Shake Shack!


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!



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2 responses to “24 hours in NYC”

  1. Michael Chan Avatar
    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

  2. pia Avatar

    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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