Victorian Bed & Breakfast of Staten Island

Address: 92 Taylor Street, Staten Island, New York, 10310, United States | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located on 92 Taylor Street, Staten Island, is near Staten Island Zoo, Snug Harbor Cultural Center, Chinese Scholar's Garden, and Staten Island Children's Museum.
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      The Big Apple

      A travel blog entry by meetthefolkers on Sep 05, 2014

      1 comment, 18 photos

      ... Square. He got a very cool pair of shoes that I copied with a girly version.

      So for anyone planning to go to New York, 4 days really isn't much time to explore, but it was certainly long enough for us to tick some big bucket list items! I wish I could say we ate delicious food, but we didn't really...The food was ok for the most part, but not quite as delicious as I imagined it to be. I think if we had a little more time we would have found some ...

      New York City Abridged - Story 109

      A travel blog entry by buckanddeanne on Aug 29, 2014

      31 photos

      ... more," he smiled. "We just paid $10 a piece to see a band that wasn't as good as you." "And spent a hundred on drinks," said the girl without looking up from her phone. "And it didn't make them sound any better," laughed the man. Presently he apologised for having to shortly make an exit - "I have to be up early tomorrow" - but he invited me to impress him just one more time. "How about "Wish You Were Here"? Can you play that?" I could and did. He seemed satisfied and ...

      Was it the lady with the lamp?

      A travel blog entry by evans2014 on Aug 11, 2014

      4 photos

      ... parties to view the Statue a bit closer.

      We were so lucky when we got back to Penn Station, as I scanned the timetable to find that a train was leaving in 5 mins back to Secaucus and Montvale, so we dashed down the escalator and caught it in time.

      That Penn Station is huge, and unless you know which line you want it's easy to get lost and therefore miss your connection. I feel we've managed really well!

      Eat.Drink.Shop.Play Part Two

      A travel blog entry by sileas on May 10, 2014

      26 photos

      ... back there several times. Facing the end of my trip, I enjoyed the great variety of Mexican, Japanese, Thai and Vietnamese cuisine as much as I could, but I also fell in love with Nathan's hot dogs (founded in Coney Island) and cream cheese bagels... As I thought, time has passed too fast and my time there has come to an end. NYC has been a fabulous and worthy finish of an unforgettable journey, a dream which has come true!

      The New York Journey Begins..

      A travel blog entry by jojomomo on Mar 20, 2014

      6 photos

      ... get the train rather than a taxi to our hotel.

      1. The train was the cheaper option

      2. We wanted to experience the Subway from the get go since we were going to be using it for the next four days

      ‘Girls I can get you a taxi, shared for $10 more..What you think?’

      American Rolph Harris clearly needed to take his blue blazer to two other gullable travellers. We both looked at him;

      ‘No ...