No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from New York City
... The chairman was Brother Cyril Bacchus from Manhattan Ecclesia.
He is a very warm and enthusiastic man.
Before the meeting itself began, the choir - a group of dark sisters - sang 4 or 5 songs/hymns.
They sang so well, and had a very competent sister conducting them. Chairman, exhorter and others always say hello or good morning to the audience, who reply. And they all say 'amen' at the end of prayers. Cyril introduced the exhorter as " the Lord's ...
... camping out where we are drawn to.
The most planning that has gone into this road trip has been looking at a map
in the morning over coffee whilst we warm our hands by the fire and selecting a
place which looks roughly in the direction we need to end up in, and then
punching the location into the satnav and going from there. Where we ended up
at the end of the day was sometimes entirely different, and sometimes we got it
perfectly first time around. Having ...
... Central Park is just lovely, a huge green area in one of the busiest cities in the world. Just wandering around you realise you have seen it so many times before in various films, sometimes you can't even think where you might have seen it. We saw the John Lennon memorial which was busy with photographers and at the bottom we saw Trump Tower. We even managed to help a couple of Alaskan tourists out to find a museum, like we are some how ...
According to the nifty Health app on my new iPhone 6, I walked 11.6 miles yesterday and 12.03 miles today. Apparently, your walking muscles are not your cycling muscles. Who knew? Last night I slept for seven hours; I can't remember the last time I slept so long and well.
Observation No. 1
if and when it leaves Broadway and comes to the West ...
... in the city on it. If you have ever played those maze sort of games as a kid- it's a lot like that. You just have to follow the piece of string to the end. The subway is just a giant puzzle which once you understand it, is amazing. I wish we had subway in Newcastle- it's quick, no waiting in traffic and extremely efficient.
We get ourselves to the lower west side today because I want to see the High-line. This is an abandoned stretch of elevated ...
Other places to stay in New York City
Clinton, New York City | B&Bfrom $49
110 Ave. C, New York City | B&Bfrom $166
- Like staying with friends
- Outstanding Hospitality !
Harlem, New York City | B&Bfrom $162
Uptown, New York City | B&Bfrom $175
Uptown, New York City | B&Bfrom $125
Upper West Side, New York City | B&Bfrom $150
Uptown, New York City | B&Bfrom $174
Uptown, New York City | B&Bfrom $101
Midtown, New York City | B&Bfrom $250
10-11 49th Ave., L.I.C., New York City | B&Bfrom $77
Uptown, New York City | B&Bfrom $150
Uptown, New York City | B&Bfrom $164
Uptown, New York City | B&Bfrom $55
Garment District, New York City | B&B
- Great, highly recomend
- We love it
- Feel like a real New Yorker!
Upper East Side, New York City | 3 star b&bfrom $219
Chelsea, New York City | B&Bfrom $275
- Brilliant place!
- Friendly, cozy and well-located
Upper East Side, New York City | 4 star b&bfrom $185
- I loved 1871 House....it's unique and the service is truly excellent.
- A great alternative to the hotel scene
- Sounded good but was shabby
Uptown, New York City | B&Bfrom $166
- Bed & Breakfast in NY
- Fabulous and Unique Place to Stay
- Wonderful Stay
Uptown, New York City | B&Bfrom $99
Midtown, New York City | B&Bfrom $225
- Relaxed at Refreshed at Ivy Terrace
- Rose Room
- Home-away-from-home in New York City