Monthly Archives: July 2009

Heading Back to the City!

(Note: For the complete story of our New York adventures, scroll down to July 2) Sunday arrived too quickly and we had to say our goodbyes to Suvir, Charlie, Vibhuti, and all the animals. After spending more than 20 minutes figuring out how to program Hertz Rental Car’s version of GPS, amusingly called “Never Lost,” […]
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Our visit to the farm: American Masala

(Note: For the complete story of our holiday to New York, scroll down to July 2) Our dear friends Charlie and Suvir live somewhere between Salem and Hebron, New York on a 60+ acre farm that they have named American Masala. It’s out in the sticks, as far away from NYC attitude as one can […]
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Dinner at the Escoffier

(Note: To read from the beginning of our adventures, scroll down to July 2). The first evening of our holiday to upstate New York, we made reservations at the Escoffier. It’s one of the restaurants at the Culinary Institute of America, also known as the CIA. Between the five of us, we had quite few […]
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Headed to the Farm with Stops along the Way!

Jon, Joe and I arrived at JFK airport yesterday where Eric picked us up and took us to Grand Central Station (GCS). We found Eric’s Car Service (Drive NY) via Craig’s List. He was very professional and actually less expensive than a taxi. Plus it was a much more comfortable ride. After meeting up with […]
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