Baisley House Bed and Breakfast

Address: 294 Hoyt Street, Brooklyn, New York, 11231, United States | B&B
 
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Location

This B&B, located on 294 Hoyt Street, Brooklyn, is near Brooklyn Heights Promenade, Smith Street, One Girl Cookies, and Frida's Closet.
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Travel Blogs from Brooklyn

Crossing the Bridge

A travel blog entry by andreatravels on May 29, 2015

2 comments, 26 photos

I finally got the chance to do something I've wanted to do for years--walk across the Brooklyn Bridge. I'm glad I waited to do it with someone who knew what they were doing--it never occurred to me to take the subway to Brooklyn and walk back! This way you have the spectacular view in front of you, instead of having to turn around every few minutes. Doing it in the morning is best, because the sun is behind ...

New York City in the sunshine

A travel blog entry by hyoung74 on Oct 05, 2014

15 photos

... Each was carrying many paper shopping bags and they were walking around very slowly. Some sort of art display or protest?

Back on the train and out to Coney Island. This train went over the Manhattan Bridge. Great view of the city from the train. Went to the Coney Island Luna Park and Wes had to hold me back from going on any rides (not). Some looked white knuckle rides for me. There was one where the passengers we lying on their stomachs as they were hurtled in the air ...

Day Seven - Bye bye New York

A travel blog entry by timandlucygreen on Aug 16, 2014

3 photos

... none of the men were used to this procedure at all; each looking fraught, then increasingly annoyed that it was taking so long. I had forgotten about American loos & I now remember why; they are so open, with huge gaps around the bottom of the cubicle, with only slightly smaller ones between the door. Flushing is a whole skill in itself. There are no clues as to HOW one flushes; sometimes they do it automatically, other times the handle is ...

Goodbye Roma, hello New York

A travel blog entry by janet_and_ron on Jul 08, 2014

8 photos

... train rides from the airport to the city, we grabbed a taxi - unfortunately at the busiest time of day, and the taxi driver didn't know where he was going. I had the street number for the Wellington Hotel, but obviously you need the cross streets as well. Mental note for any future trips!

So far haven't been impressed - can't see what people love about this place, but we're open to persuasion. It seems grimey, not rubbish ...

9/11 Museum. Century 21

A travel blog entry by m.arch on Jul 07, 2014

2 comments, 5 photos

... br> There was a firetruck and ambulance that were hit when the first tower came down and they were just decimated. Only 1 window survived. It was on the 72 (we think it was) floor and that was displayed (a construction worker found it after the wreckage, removed it and kept it in his shed for ten years, then gave it to the museum).
Most of the outer museum is after the event then you enter the central part which is quite busy ...

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