Churchill at 15 Park Row

Address: 15 Park Row, New York City, New York, 10038, United States | Condo
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This condo, located in the Brooklyn Bridge area of New York City, is near Lower Manhattan, Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Woolworth Building, and City Hall Park Visitor Information Center.
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Travel Blogs from New York City

Last day in the Big Apple

A travel blog entry by lahra on Jul 06, 2015

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... advantages of staying with Disney - mainly the gat quality of service and convenience. The hotel is styled as a number of buildings each decorated with oversized sports equipment. We are staying in the basketball building. When we arrived, the place was pretty deserted with everyone asleep. Excused, we traipsed up to our (interconnecting) rooms with our electronic armbands only to discover they didn't open the doors! It ...

New York City

A travel blog entry by youngodyssey on Mar 19, 2015

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... yanks are at moving people whether it be in a queue or in a restaurant . One place where the queue didn't seem to move was a place called Ellen's Stardust Restaurant , complete with singing waiters. There always seems to be about 100 people waiting. It must be very good or very slow. Second Day in New York. Another late start and headed to Applejacks for breakfast(at 10.00am) - huge breakfast. We figure any restaurant with 'Apple' in the name must be OK in the Big ...

"Big yellow taxi" Joni Mitchell

A travel blog entry by geoffnsteph on Oct 19, 2014

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... it might have been Frank Worthington's dad, or even Frank himself, (look him up), but on closer staring he was too bulky and the wig too uniform for Frank's shiny quiffs.
Out into a quiet Central Park. A chilly breeze was blowing down Central Park West and our subway station was closed to local traffic again. We ambled down to Columbus Circle to pick up line 1. Our destination was the deep south of Manhattan to catch the Staten Island Ferry. It is free ...

We're all in this together

A travel blog entry by travelrob on Aug 29, 2014

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... for mass transit security going toward?

Finally some Port Authority reps show up. This is about 3 or 4 minutes later. They 'assess' the situation and decide to rope off the area with the man and myself in it. Well done.

A few minutes later the Port Authority police stroll over with some sort of medical kid. Finally he'll get some help! Nope. From about 5 feet away they start talking to me. I explain what little I know.

"He was convulsing on his chair, he slid off ...

Starting at The Top of the World

A travel blog entry by grangehead on Jul 21, 2014

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... lunch in Zucotti Park...a lovely falafel pitta with mounds of hummus, from a street vendor.  The main even of the afternoon was a visit to Ground Zero and the very recently opened 9/11 Memorial Museum. The first thing that struck all of us about the pools of peace that sit on the site of the Twin Towers, was the fact that, from the sides, you cannot see the bottom of them, the sense of 'infinity' adding to the idea of loss and futility that surrounds the events of that ...