A Cozy Mountain Rest Guest House

Address: 217 Mountain Rest Road, New York City, New York, 12561, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Downtown area of New York City, is near Big Apple Greeter, TriBeCa, Woolworth Building, and City Hall Park Visitor Information Center.
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A travel blog entry by u2shadow on Jul 15, 2015

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... there to do, not to shop!

Our next stop...The Metropolitan Museum of Art. We took the subway up and had to walk about 5 short blocks I believe (the Met falls into the middle of two stops). We used our NYP for our admission and spent a few hours wandering around - you could easily spend half a day there if you wanted to see it all. The Egyptian items. Knights armour. Beautiful tapestries. They had a really lovely display of (I believe it ...

New York!

A travel blog entry by glesme on Jun 01, 2015

... turned into a garden) but it was really raining now so decided to head to the Met museum. The articles were so diverse including musical instruments, a temple, photographs and fine art. Back to the hotel to dry off and pick up the camera gear and headed to Brooklyn for night photos of the bridge and NY skyline. The rain and cloud was starting to clear which was good as the next stop was the Empire State Building. On check-in the clerk told ...

Coming home, game over....

A travel blog entry by dandalessandro on May 05, 2015

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... trip highlights include Nepal, where we pushed ourselves (me too hard) saw and experienced beautiful village life with our own fresh eyes, and learnt about being self-determined and just how painful your calf muscles can be after a long days walking up hill. In India we hurtled into a spiritual back hole, and entered a whole other reality where we existed as we have never existed before. Hinduism, Kali, Shiva, Osho, patience and inner self were teachers to us, as were the ...

Chapter 30 The City That Never Sleeps

A travel blog entry by romabeach on Apr 12, 2015

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... was just two blocks down from 33rd Street Station where we would exit the train from Jersey. (Notice how I have slipped into my New York Local vernacular).

We located the shop and they said they would be able to clean the lens and give it a service and we would be able to pick it up around 3.00pm that afternoon. Bummer, our first few hours in New York and cameraless. Nothing we could do it needed to be done. Glestelle was having ...

Lower Manhattan and the 9/11 Memorial & Museum

A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Mar 10, 2015

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... tendency to characterize events that took place in my memory as current events rather than as history. To me history ended somewhere in the 1970s and everything since is current events. September 11th was more than thirteen years ago, something that also leads me to think about how I view time and its passage.

Oddly, when I became aware of what had happened on September 11, 2001, the worst of it was already over. I was living in Colorado, entertaining my parents ...

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