Baisley House Bed and Breakfast

Address: 294 Hoyt Street, Brooklyn, New York, 11231, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 294 Hoyt Street, Brooklyn, is near Brooklyn Heights Promenade, Smith Street, One Girl Cookies, and Time Trader Antiques.
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Travel Blogs from Brooklyn

There's no place like home

A travel blog entry by travelsofmarty on Sep 16, 2014

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... US per month. And did I mention they are small?

Then there is the garbage. For some strange reason, they are not on-board in America with the whole wheelie-bin thing. They still have old-fashioned garbage cans with lids. Sometimes you see them on the street, but more often you see piles of garbage bags piled up on the sidewalk awaiting collection. Not surprisingly, they stink.

There are a lot of homeless and/ or poor people in NY. There are ...


A travel blog entry by francesbatson on Jul 28, 2014

My teacher took my classmates and I to the MOMA museum. We got on the B train at Prospect Ave and took it to 7 Ave in the city and walk to the museum. I was very shocked to see the paintings painted the way they were painted. With so much free spirit layed on the tall canvas that stood in front of me. And with the scultures being so abstract was stunning. I loved the ...

New York City

A travel blog entry by lucykate on Jul 21, 2014

... Lady Liberty herself that I realised just how big she is! I got off the ferry, picked up a headset and listened to the history of the Statue Of Liberty whilst I looked back at Manhattan.. What a beautiful skyline. Whilst on Liberty Island, I learnt about the making of the statue, that it was created from copper and isn't solid but intact only the thickness of 2 pennies! Then, at 10.45 I left liberty island on the ferry that takes you to Ellis Island before sailing ...

Off to cousin Ellen in Virginia

A travel blog entry by bonneybombach on Jun 12, 2014


Awoke to the first real rainy day on the trip and attempted to book a taxi to Penn station but guess what happens when it rains in The Big Apple? So no possibility at all in spite our very helpful host trying several companies. Fortunately it had stopped by the time we had to vacate so were able to walk the short few minutes to the nearest subway * which wasn't crowded, arriving dry and then had a couple of hrs wait ...

NewYork New York (however Frank describes it!)

A travel blog entry by johnfblack on Jun 01, 2014

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... is excited about coming to Melbourne. Two young Bethel boys said that they had never met Tasmanians before. (Are we that strange?) They both worked in the computer dept, and also roomed together. We will look out for them when we do the tour. (See meeting photo)
So that brings me almost up to date. Just a few New York observations.It is big! Just getting anywhere is a big deal. Let me explain. eg Are you going uptown or downtown? Just take train ...

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