Seat of Luxury in New York City
>> Most people plan their travel itineraries around places to see and things to eat. Rarely, if ever, do they plan where they should sit!
Well, time spent between sightseeing targets is, indeed, time spent. And, if you spend time walking around, your feet and hips might be spent, too.
What were you thinking? When you spend too much time exploring, your mind fizzles and figuring out what to do next becomes an insurmountable chore.
Instead of squandering your need for rest and relaxation by riding the subway back to your room, use your time to visit (and, of course, sit in) a beautifully decorated hotel lobby!
Arm (chair) yourself with information about where big hotels are located before you start your day.
For excellent maps on the subject, visit www.orbitz.com or www.travelocity.com and search for New York hotels. Orbitz conveniently lists hotels by neighborhood, such as Midtown and the Upper West Side. Travelocity lists hotels by room rate. Click their "Results on a Map" tab, however, to see locations. Adjust the size of the map for a better view.
For recreational rest, I recommend sitting in large hotels. Room price, of course, is no object! What you'll be doing is sitting in nice, public lobbies where you can relax, chat, or maybe read a newspaper.
Questions? Just ask!
Article by Karen Little for www.Littleviews.com. All rights reserved.