The Bronx Guesthouse

Address: East 233 Street, Bronx, New York, United States | 2 star b&b
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This 2 star B&B, located on East 233 Street, Bronx, is near Pelham Bay Park, Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum, Philipse Manor Hall, and Pelham/Split Rock Golf Course.
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    Travel Blogs from Bronx

    New York Institute Visit

    A travel blog entry by specialedhead on Aug 02, 2014

    10 photos

    ... doing it wrong or about to do it wrong. Sometimes we have to remind each other to allow our young people to fail, as trial and error are important learning experiences. One thing that is noticeable here is that schools are less risk averse, they accept that risk is part of life and learning. I observed a mobility session in the community. The young lady Yuwana was 15 and being taken with her cane into the middle of the Bronx to buy ...

    Mid term, submitting appeals and New York City

    A travel blog entry by limbeek on Jul 22, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... was not helpful. But okay, eventually it was monday and we were all at the location to take the exam. We had 40 minutes for an essay question (more like 3 questions and explaining 2 case studies), and 30 minutes for +- 35 short answer questions (like a part of it were really essay questions). You already see the answer coming: nobody got to finish the damn questions. I only talked to 1 girl, out of a lot that I've spoken too, she only managed to do so by answering questions by ...

    An Exotic New Country

    A travel blog entry by traveling_light on May 02, 2014

    59 photos

    ... beautiful statue to Lin Ze Xu, possibly the first drug lord, who helped clean up the opium trade in China in the early 1800's; he is held as a model of high morals.

    After a break I headed back out; NYC has these great street maps now, which I think must be new in the past few years; either that or I didn't go anywhere new for several years...;-). I wandered into another section of Chinatown close to the Manhattan bridge. I had read that a custard tart was the ...

    Want To Become An Auto Repair Expert? Read This

    A travel blog entry by yhiahairly on Mar 27, 2014

    ... a good while. Make sure to wax your car so as to protect the paint.

    Keep good records for your car's history. Put these records in the glove compartment in your car for easy access. The auto mechanic can look at the records. This will help to diagnose any problems.

    Make sure that you always keep a spare tire and jack in your vehicle. Many newer cars already have them. You ...

    Prepare for the Sensor Revolution

    A travel blog entry by plorickeac on Mar 27, 2014

    ... some of it will be.

    Even if you feel that a particular application or piece of information does not speak to you directly, we urge you to have an open mind about it.

    The sensors are here

    Our complete society is going to be interactive. Objects will be able to sense, reason, communicate, and act. Our surroundings will assess and modify according to our wants and needs. It is not too far away; ...