Rugby Gardens

Address: 317 Rugby Road, Brooklyn, New York, 11226, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 317 Rugby Road, Brooklyn, is near Pete's Tavern, Flatbush Avenue, Marlborough, and Tokyo Joe.
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      New York

      A travel blog entry by travel_coats on Sep 03, 2014

      ... beside the memorial. Because of the expense we decided I would go into the museum. It was truly amazing what and how they presented and remembered all that happened and all that was lost that terrible day.
      Gav and the boys headed to a factory outlet nearby then waited for me.
      When I met up with them they had located a great deal on a Samsonite suitcase in a shop called "Century 21". As one of our suitcases was no longer able to be ...

      Time Flies When You're Having Fun

      A travel blog entry by stmichael on Jul 17, 2014

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      ... such as baseball and soccer. I've been very impressed how easily you can transition from playing frisbee at lunch outside Madison York assisted living center to your calm demeanor, patience, and ability to bring laughter to the elderly. While at Bethesda kids camp your athleticism helped you evade getting wet initially, but it was fun to see you eventually getting drenched from the kids.

      It has been great having you in our Nicki Minaj group and you provided lots of ...

      Walking the Highline & Cruise around Manhattan

      A travel blog entry by bonneybombach on Jun 07, 2014

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      Brilliant, hot day. Read about the High Line some time ago. Like much of NY's urban renewal, this former elevated railway built in 1936 and decommissioned in 1980. Residents of the neighborhood the High Line ran through advocated for the Line's preservation and re-use as public open space, an elevated park or greenway. Broadened community support of public redevelopment for the High Line for pedestrian use grew, and in 2004, the New York City government committed ...

      Soaking Statue of Liberty

      A travel blog entry by owilliams on Apr 15, 2014

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      ... long walk around. We sought some refuge in an antique shop but made a quick exit, careful not to touch anything when the first thing we saw was a $180,000 clock! After accidentally stumbling across the Empire State Building (I can't imagine many people manage that!), Boylan picked up his ticket and we headed back home, cold, wet and slightly miserable. A brief search on the internet and asking at reception found us an upcoming area of ...

      Girly Time

      A travel blog entry by datc on Apr 15, 2014

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      ... geiles Erlebnis mit Hotdogs, Bier und rumschreien: Defense….defense!
      Gott sei Dank haben die Nets auch gewonnen. Danke für den tollen Abend nochmal, liebste Kathi!
      Dazu kamen noch tolle Sachen wie Matzoballsoup beim Carnegie Deli und der Chelsea Market. Auf jeden fall eine tolle Woche mit meiner Freundin, viel ratschen, shoppen und lecker essen. Was man halt so macht…
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