Harlem Renaissance House B&B

Address: 237 W 139th St, New York City, New York, 10030 , United States | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Harlem area of New York City, is near St. Nicholas District, Strivers' Row, and Harlem YMCA.
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      Double, double toil & trouble...Stan & Robs arrive

      A travel blog entry by nikiandthomas on Nov 04, 2014

      80 photos

      ... back with Thomas after Orlando as we have both been waiting for Fall to arrive and to see the leaves turn colour. We finished Stan and Robin’s trip with a spot of shopping in Bloomingdales or as Robin liked to call it Bloomies (like Rachel in Friends). That evening Robin and I said goodbye to Stan and had pizza in the flat whilst we both packed. Robin was packing to go home and I was packing to go to Orlando and meet Thomas.


      There's a slick town, Barnaby

      A travel blog entry by kshanna on Oct 03, 2014

      ... had huevos rancheros for me, and Kyle went with his Denver love omelette style. We ended up being delayed for over an hour, so while we kind of regretted the decision to wait, our luggage made it with us so we were glad we waited I suppose. It was another 4 hours of flying south to get there after the 6 to get to JFK. PDX really needs more nonstop options...

      New York CIty - Queens

      A travel blog entry by chelseanoble90 on Sep 27, 2014

      2 comments, 2 photos

      ... park experience whilst in the middle of the magnificent towering buildings. And you definitely do. We sat down at one point to watch the world to rest our feet and one area was full of people just embracing what is most likely to be last of the Summer sun. People playing football, baseball, drinking, sunbathing, picnics......was like a green grass beach. Only managed to do a quarter of the park as there as a festival (thats right I said festival) going on, it was free, but was like a ...

      The Land of the Brave and Foolish

      A travel blog entry by rumneet on Sep 12, 2014

      3 photos

      ... blah blah blah.....but I knew I would have issues riding it. Then I had this moment where I thought, "I'm in New York, in America, the land of the free and brave, I can do this!!" But deep down I knew from the moment I hired that bike that this would not go well. I had to walk my bike on the pavement and I couldn't even control the damn think whilst I was riding it beside me! Anyway to cut a long story short, I gave the bike back after 45mins of wobbling ...

      New York City 2014

      A travel blog entry by miramar1 on Jul 28, 2014

      4 photos

      ... difference in the experience. I really liked how close the subway was. I also liked that the elevators are much faster/more efficient.

      After dropping my bag in the room, I followed my tradition of dining at Brasserie on the night of my arrival. This restaurant is located in the Seagram building on 53rd St and was even closer to my new hotel. I ordered a pear martini and enjoyed the baguette and butter that is immediately brought to the table. I ordered off the Restaurant ...