Saints and Sinners Bed and Breakfast

Address: 54 Strong Place, Brooklyn, New York, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 54 Strong Place, Brooklyn, is near Brooklyn Heights Promenade, Smith Street, One Girl Cookies, and Atlantic Avenue Tunnel.
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Travel Blogs from Brooklyn

NYC Part 2 - The Brooklyn Chapter

A travel blog entry by vagabonddrift on Oct 17, 2014

2 comments, 24 photos

After having the freedom of driving the Ram we weren't sure how we'd feel when it came to giving him back. We were sad to say goodbye, but at the same time we were looking forward to going back to NYC and exploring a new area, Brooklyn, where we had our AirBnB booked. Bedford-Stuyvesant was the place we were staying in Brooklyn - the locals call it Bed-Stuy (pronounced Bedsty). I (Rachael) had been looking forward to staying here for weeks before this trip as this is an area ...

Midtown Manhattan Madness

A travel blog entry by kristen1982 on Aug 14, 2014

49 photos

... 1930-1939. Stop one was the observation deck on the 70th storey (260m) of the GE building (nicknamed 30 Rock) which is home to the NBC television network headquarters (Saturday Night Live and the Today Show are filmed here). There are a couple of advantages to going up this observation deck as opposed to the Empire State Building. There is usually less of a queue, you can see the Empire State Building and it has a great view of Central Park especially if ...

Last day New York

A travel blog entry by margsim on Jul 03, 2014

3 photos

... I had to ask three people when trying to find a toilet and had gone past it once but didn't look in the alcove where they were and there was no sign nearby. I also found the maps of both the Met and the Museum of Natural History indecipherable, but maybe that's just me. Got our bags from the hotel and travelled by subway & air train to the airport. Arrived quite early so had something to eat and browsed the duty free ...

9-11 Museum and Memorial

A travel blog entry by gennid on May 23, 2014

1 photo

After breakfast at Ruby Tuesday we caught the subway downtown to the financial district. The 9-11 memorial is two large 'pools' built on the sites of the two fallen towers of the World Trade Centre. Each pool has water cascading down the deep walls and has a smaller further hole in the middle. Around the perimeter of each are the names of the people who lost their lives. The area is beautifully landscapes and has a reflective and serene feel. We ...

The Next Stage Project

A travel blog entry by datc on Apr 15, 2014

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I took part in two workshops with The Next Stage Project and the choreographers Julia Ehrstrand, Marijke Eliasberg and Jana Hicks.
Three weeks, six times two hours of rehearsals and in the end two performances at City Center New York.
It was an incredible time where I met a lot of amazing dancers.
Love Sinah

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