Honey's Bed and Breakfast

Address: 770 Westminster Road, Brooklyn, New York, 11230, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 770 Westminster Road, Brooklyn, is near Flatbush Avenue, Marlborough, Selia Yang, and Resurrection Vintage.
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      Tadeusz dzieci i smierc.nasze uwagi

      A travel blog entry by wristbeam6 on Dec 01, 2014

      ... powiedzialam, ze w najwiekszym stopniu podnieca mnie wieczorna zabawa z wibratorem na lozku, a czasem lubie ujezdzac go do momentu az nie wyladuja sie w nim baterie. Byly zdziwione atoli i zaciekawione tym co mowilam, choc myslalam, ze wezma mi za dziwaczke. Od tej godziny spotykalysmy sie wszystkie razem w firmowej palarni na szybkie ploteczki z rana. Wkrecilam sie w niezle towarzystwo i poprzez owo poprawily sie moje relacje sposrod dziewczynami w ...

      Last Full Day In New York - Making it Count

      A travel blog entry by funtravels on Aug 14, 2014

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      Taylor and I were off to go on free walking tour of mid-section of Central Park. Mike's back was hurting and decided to stay back at the hotel. We had to take the Metro again the cost per ride is $2.50 however we have a loaded Metrocard which is so easy to use. Well we arrived 5 minutes late to the meeting place for the start of the walking tour and they were already gone.
      So we decided to go for breakfast at Bottega Del Vino on 59th Street We both ...

      The Big Apple

      A travel blog entry by phil_anna on Jul 16, 2014

      43 photos

      ... you to go to the 102nd floor rather than just 86th. The process was quick after that, we were soon in the elevator on our way up.

      Once we got out of the elevator and outside, the views were incredible. We could see all the major attractions; Central Park, The Rockefeller, The Chrysler building, The Statue of Liberty, One World Trade Centre, Brooklyn Bridge and so on...It was VERY busy though and there was wire mesh around it so the photos didn't come out too ...

      Downtown Manhattan

      A travel blog entry by gbaillie on Jul 11, 2014

      23 photos

      ... girders, lift motors etc), damaged fire trucks, police vehicles and plane parts and more personal artifacts like brief cases, firemens' hats and notes written by workers trapped in the buildings that fluttered out. There were also audio recordings of messages left on phones by passengers of the planes to their families and survivour's stories. Again, we could have spent more time here but the volume of people going through this relatively new museum (opened in ...

      'Welcome home': the end of my greatest adventure

      A travel blog entry by heidilockwood on May 20, 2014

      55 photos

      ... but yet still amazing activities, we visited the 9/11 memorial and the new World Trade centre and saw of Mice and Men on Broadway. Visiting the space where the twin towers use to stand, and seeing the memorial waterfall that now stands in it's place was a chilling experience. We remembered back to the day when we came home from primary school and the events of 9/11 were plastered all over the news. We were young, but we knew devastation had struck. Seeing it and ...