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There is no kitchen or stove to cook in the place but There are microwave,small refrigerator,kettle, coffeemaker,toaster and and dishes. Also the place has TV and cable,hairdryer,iron and some other things that make your stay comfy and homey.
Unlimited high speed wifi. If you are more than 2 person I will put Sofa bed for 2 extra person.
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The place was great and clean, looks exactly the same as in the picture beside the color of the bedding: The location is great and close to everything you need in NY - the time square, shopping area, Metro, Bus terminal and so on. I came earlier to the apartment before 3PM the check-in hour and Samira saved my buggage wihtout any problem. Actually you don't need more than that in NY, it was exactly like staying at Hotel beside the breakfast.
We had a comfortable stay in this room, apartment location is great with stable wifi signal. Would definitely consider returning to stay for our next visit!
Samira was very welcoming and always made herself available for any questions we had. The room is such great value for staying in NYC, you won't find much better at that price. The locked building makes you feel very safe, and the elevator and hallways always smelt freshly cleaned. The location is perfect for tourists as it is on the same street as the port authority bus terminal and subway, and just a couple of blocks walk from time square.
Samira is very nice and welcoming. If you want a balance between the main tourist areas and the real NY then this is a great place to stay. O — Like the British you is a teenager.
DH — It might be perfect actually. DH — I think Cupid Deluxe is kind of about that. It came outso yeah, around then is when I felt like alright, I live here.
DH — Not even like that. I mean, you know, I was younger. II — And now you like own Chinatown. O — Do you maintain ties in the UK? Are you back there a lot? But I have some really close friends there that I talk to daily.
O — Are you sentimental about it at all as a place? I know this album touches upon stories from your past there. O — I mean, it is a weird feeling.
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I grew up in San Francisco, a city that is so unrecognizable in a lot of ways compared to when I was a teenager. So that was kind of crazy.
It was even crazier to have that feeling about a place that I live now. O — Right, so to see evidence of that time passing puts it in perspective.
O — You recorded this album in a lot of different places, what pulls you in those different directions? How did you choose those cities? And Florence I just kind of fell in love with, I did an art residency there, and recorded while I was there. I like the size and the classical-ness of it all, and I love the coffee.
If they had like a good weed plug, then it truly would be the greatest city in the world. II — You really did make this album all over the world. II — Its fab. I know music like the back of my hand, but in that sense. Like, what are these programs? Was that something intentional, in terms of self-imposed limitations and parameters? DH — Yeah it was super intentional, and I love it. II — Well, once again, it proves my point that Dev is behind the scenes of his own project.
O — They need the team. II — They need that full huge budget and team to make this one person. O — Okay, yeah. Is it like if you wrote a script and handed it off to a director and it becomes their thing? DH — Yeah, but I would be into it if that was the goal. If the goal was to see what would happen to a director with the script.
O — Right, if it was like a two-part authorship, or whatever it is. They get tripped out thinking. But if there was a bassist in the room, they could play it. DH — Yeah, I love that. Would you prefer it to be a more intimate experience when you perform? DH — Yeah, I guess I would.Jessie Ware - Meet Me In The Middle
DH — And I will never do that. Now actually I have a music director for live shows, which is really cool cause I never had one before. O — Somebody to come up with a little bit of a vision.
II — You get to deliver more on the mic. I can play better. II — Singing too. DH — But more involved in the moment than before. O — In what way? And also what does that involvement entail? II — I think I was raised more live than production or studio. O — Was that a church thing?
II — Yeah, it was no choice. All we would do is what we do live and recording was not a thing for me until I was 22 or something like that.