Saddle Down Bed & Breakfast

Address: 266 Washington Ave - Apt. B19, Brooklyn, New York, 11205, United States | B&B
 
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Location

This B&B, located on 266 Washington Ave - Apt. B19, Brooklyn, is near Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM), Brooklyn Academy of Music, Fort Greene, and Grand Prospect Hall.
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Travel Blogs from Brooklyn

New York

A travel blog entry by travel_coats on Sep 03, 2014

... and this was a good pride we bought it.
Our last place of interest we had booked for today was the "High Line". We headed back on the subway and headed there. It's an old train line that has been converted into a walk way. Part of it garden, some sitting areas, some eateries (not many though).
Made our way back to subway and found a pizza place for some dinner, on the way.
We then caught train home. Long day and lots walking yet ...

Time Flies When You're Having Fun

A travel blog entry by stmichael on Jul 17, 2014

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... during our discussions. I challenge you to continue to use your ability to reach out to new people and bring smiles to those in need.

-Mike


Aaron,

I don't have the space in one tiny note to tell you how much I respect and am constantly proud of the man that you have grown to become. In many ways you are really just standing at the beginning of growing into the person you are going to be, but in a deeper sense there is already such a firm ...

Walking the Highline & Cruise around Manhattan

A travel blog entry by bonneybombach on Jun 07, 2014

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... to establish the proposal which, under Mayer Bloomberg, has been converted into an incredible 1.5ml linear park attracting huge numbers of people.It's attractions include naturalized plantings that are inspired by the self-seeded landscape that grew on the disused tracks and new, often unexpected views of the city and the Hudson River. Pebble-dash concrete walkways unify the trail, which swells and constricts, swinging from side to side, and divides into concrete tines that meld ...

Soaking Statue of Liberty

A travel blog entry by owilliams on Apr 15, 2014

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... go for food and a few drinks in. We intended on staying out for a bit and going to a couple of bars after food, but the weather was so bad we headed home in favour of an early night and some rest after two nights of going to bed at 2am. The weather looks better for tomorrow, so we're going to go to the baseball in the afternoon and hopefully go out for a fee celebratory drinks to mark the end of elective on the last proper night we'll have here ...

Girly Time

A travel blog entry by datc on Apr 15, 2014

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Hey my dearest,
directly after my mom, my friend Kathi came to visit me for 6 days. It was her first time in New York so there was a loooooot to see for her. I was still in the middle of my internship and also did two workshops at the time which didn't give me as much time as I was hoping for. But we for sure used our time and made the best of it.
Our favorite event was the basketball game Brookln Nets ...

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