Celeste Guest House

Address: 126 8th Street, Brooklyn, New York, 11215, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 126 8th Street, Brooklyn, is near Slice of Brooklyn Pizza Tour, Park Slope, Carroll Gardens, and Gowanus Canal.
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    Exploring Brooklyn

    A travel blog entry by andreatravels on May 25, 2015

    34 photos

    ... area these days. Brooklyn has become very trendy. People who work on Wall Street can take the subway to work in twenty minutes or so, and lots of new residential towers are going up. The Barclays Center is where the NBA Nets play--I'm not usually a fan of sports arenas, but this one has a pretty cool design and I enjoyed the green roof.

    After our walk we had lunch ...

    BXL East

    A travel blog entry by akshaytrenzy on Oct 23, 2014

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    The first try at Belgian food. A good pub with less crowd - may be because of the rains drops pouring for the entire day. The bar tender was very helpful in selecting the salad- she looks like the Terminator 1 star- Sarah Connor. She just made my meal perfect with a good fruit drink- cranberry and orange mix. It's just like she has read my mind. ...

    Are You Jewish?

    A travel blog entry by azcook on Oct 12, 2014

    18 photos

    ... different hats or veils and at least two photographers each. And then there were the scores of Jewish families, walking, picnicking, taking pictures and rowing on the lake. They were everywhere and again Ted was asked again if he was Jewish. This time he replied, "No, should I be?"

    We phoned Aimee for her birthday while watching a homeless man wade in the fountain collecting all the coins that had been tossed in by visitors. No one stopped him ...

    Day 23 - Guggenheim Museum and Union Square

    A travel blog entry by jenniferstokes on Jul 22, 2014

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    ... in. This was to signify the struggles of Latin Americans to find a way to illuminate in a new culture. Ok, I can accept that. There were two tall fans set up in a room. The head of one moved up and down and the head of the other moved left to right. This was the artist's rendering of yes and no to symbolize the polarizing political views of the day. Ummmm, yeah, not buying that one. The best one was a coat rack that was covered in fruit. Real ...

    Front row tickets at Newsies

    A travel blog entry by rachinamerica on Jun 11, 2014

    1 comment

    ... outside there was chaos as people looked for their bus among the lined up busses stopped in the street. I escaped as quickly as possible and met up with an approaching Thomas and children. Adalia was happy/unhappy to see me and greeted me with open arms and tears. We thought she might be hungry so went in search of Dunkin Donut (as Tom has them on his bucket list of American food to eat while we are here). After walking for nearly an hour we still couldn't find one. ...