Created 1-Jun-14
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From May 18 - 30, 2014, I had the good fortune to be able to visit New York City. Thanks to my wife's employment, lodging was paid for and I was "on vacation" the entire time. We stayed in Brooklyn, in the neighborhood of Red Hook, in a converted luggage factory. My "artist loft" (as the owner described it on AirBnB) was on the top floor (4th), and a walk-up. But it was great! There was easily accessible free street parking, reasonably near-by public transportation (the B61 bus), and given the time of year, I could sleep with the windows open (there were no window screens but again, given the time of year, bugs were not a problem). Oh and the views of Manhattan and downtown Brooklyn were not bad.
Chappa on a Lincoln, Red Hook neighborhood of BrooklynSkylineWhite collar factoriesUrban landscapeHope for AmericaGallery Show OpeningGallery Show OpeningPrivate ParkingChess fan with multi-colored hairConversation by the fountain poolWorld trade, theory and practiceVanBrunt St, Red Hook, BrooklynSide street in neighborhood of Brooklyn NYConey Island group photoConey Island beachWonder Wheel, Coney IslandMemorial, Red Hook neighborhood of BrooklynWaiting for the A-TrainStorm ComingEvening skyline

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