Garden Green Bed and Breakfast

Address: 641 Carlton Avenue, Brooklyn, New York, \N, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 641 Carlton Avenue, Brooklyn, is near Brooklyn Academy of Music, Chinatown, Grand Army Plaza, and Park Slope Flea Market.
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Travel Blogs from Brooklyn

"New York, NewYork"- just got to get there.

A travel blog entry by legoodtimesroll on Sep 11, 2015

... so a bit of a detour required . The New Yorkers however were very helpful and kept pointing us in the right direction. We got to our Airbnb which was a lovely small basement studio, in what is in a trendy area called the Slopes in Brooklyn. Our lovely host had left us bagels, fruit and a bottle of wine. We wandered up the local High street with its trendy bars, shops and restaurants, before a quick bite to eat and ...

Fast times in New York City part 1

A travel blog entry by amy.cosgrove on Apr 18, 2015

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The last 2 days have gone by in a blur! There is so much to see and do in New York that I was pretty overwhelmed at the prospect of trying to fit it all in during my 2 and a half days here. I started Wednesday pretty early, getting up at 4.30am in order to get to the Bart station on time for my flight to New York. All went pretty well and I was on board my JetBlue flight by 9am. JetBlue were pretty great. I got extra leg room, all the snacks I could eat and reasonably good ...

The long train journey...the first of many.

A travel blog entry by plaingoldband on Nov 02, 2014

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... America. To see farms, houses, fields, rivers and water towers!

So through NY to New Jersey...down through Delaware to Pennsylvania, DC, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina then South Carolina.

I'm one hour out of Charleston, SC. It is dark outside and for someone who has done nothing but sit on her backside, occasionally walk to the cafe car and gaze out of the window at America passing by...I'm pretty knackered.

I better get used to ...

The tree knows everything.

A travel blog entry by watsonrtw on Sep 21, 2014

1 comment, 24 photos

... when there's less tourists around! A short walk from here, Guy took us to a tunnel which runs right behind the falls. There are two viewpoints where you can stand right behind the cascading water. Being so close really gives you a sense of it's power. Guy then took us down to the Hornblower boat terminal where he advised us that the front right of the ferry is the best place to stand. There was nobody else standing there when we boarded (obviously they ...

Our Day of Remembrance

A travel blog entry by gandshorvath on Sep 16, 2014

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... ul>We literally walked the hallowed ground under which so many are lost.
Following the Tour which lasted about an hour and a half, we spent another hour and a half walking in and out of the different exhibits; listening to the words of the people, inside and out of the building that morning. We saw shoes, wallets, pictures of loved ones, documents, receipts from Walmart, helmets,pens and pencils; all the ordinary things of life ...

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