In the evening there are paid alcoholic drinks from an honour bar from 5pm till 8m. There are also snacks including a fridge full of mini club sandwich type offerings, bread, cheese, vegetables, and one hot choice. The food is easily enough to fill you up, but having to pay for alcoholic drinks is not ideal and lets this excellent lounge down. In Europe, Hyatts usually include free alcoholic drinks in the evening, particularly bottled beers and wine, so it is a shame that this is not offered as complimentary at the Grand Hyatt. … [Read more...] about Best Hyatt New York: Park Vs Grand Vs Andaz Vs Centric
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“We set these departure times for mainly two reasons. The first one is ensure that once the curfew expires we are at the top of the queue for runway departure. The second is to help the flow into and out of the alley for the gates – it’s already tightly shared space. If all aircraft were set to push back at the same time, it wouldn’t work out very well.” … [Read more...] about Why Is American The First Airline To Fly Out Of New York?
afternoon tea at the gorgeous Oscar Wilde lounge earlier in the year. But it was last year in July (when our Oscar was just a twinkle in the eye) that I first tried the restaurant Laurent. Back then the restaurant was brand new – but I already knew I was fan of the food of Executive Chef Laurent Tourondel having tried his cuisine in Miami a few years ago. … [Read more...] about A New York Inspired Brunch at Laurent at Hotel Cafe Royal
Earlier this year, Related Beal won a fierce bidding war for the site, which Gillette — and then Procter & Gamble, its parent — had long used as employee parking and as a sort of buffer for the company’s razor manufacturing plant next door. But after selling two warehouses and some of its parking for GE’s planned — and since scuttled — headquarters on Necco Court in 2016, P&G decided to put the larger site on the market. … [Read more...] about Three buildings and a park planned for former Gillette lots
For history and mythology buffs, the small spring in the upper pond was reportedly discovered by Yoritomo Minamoto in the twelfth century. Founder of the Kamakura shogunate, Yoritomo was on his way to do some conquering and with the area was suffering a drought, was desperate for water. Digging with his bow, after seven attempts he eventually struck home and the water began to flow. Since the well took so long to for water to emerge, it was called Osonoi no Taki, or Slow Waterfall. … [Read more...] about Zenpukuji Park