New York Presbyterian Guest Facility

Address: 1320 York Avenue, New York City, New York, 10021, United States | Condo
 
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This condo, located in the Upper East Side area of New York City, is near Roosevelt Island, Abigail Adams Smith Museum, Sotheby's, and Lingerie & Company.
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    New York - The final destination

    A travel blog entry by shaunandlouise on May 21, 2015

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    ... watching all the runners and cyclists. The day was perfect and everyone was relaxing in the open spaces. New York has some lovely other green spaces, including Bryant Park, Madison Square Gardens and the High Line, which is a disused railway line which they have turned into a garden and walk way. The city also had some great eating neighbourhoods with cool food markets and al fresco dining. We enjoyed some tasty Italian food in Little Italy with a ...

    Day Forty!

    A travel blog entry by taleesa.griggs on Apr 24, 2015

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    ... vs Essendon game live so we ventured there at 11:30pm and bought in Anzac Day with fellow Aussies. I even had a James Boags, just because they had it. Was so nice to still be able to stand and sing the national anthem, such a proud little Aussie today! I may be in a different country completely outnumbered but there was no way I was going to not be involved in this day somehow. As it does every year, the ...

    Dirty Thirty in New York City

    A travel blog entry by quackledorf on Mar 23, 2015

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    ... definitely from the Top of the Rock Observation Deck (Rockeffeler). Rockeffeller has an open and unobstructed view; although you can't take a tripod, so unless you have a really steady hand, you'll have to put your camera on the rail (its big enough that it won't fall off). It will be harder to take some photos with you in them too. Without the tripod or steady hand, the lights in the background will blur. Those views though. I ...

    Last few drops of funnn

    A travel blog entry by lindaj4m on Dec 17, 2014

    ... Also there was one time in our SF tour I think, we ate in a Chinese resto and was out of small money. So we gave $100 to pay the bill. They deducted the tip straight away without us giving them. And they took hevty lot of $6. I was just about to give $2 or $3. Goshhh. On the 17th, Last day, our last show, broadway!!! How can you leave the big apple without a memory of a broadway? We chose Phantom of the Opera and it was amazingly ...

    Neeeeew Yoooork!

    A travel blog entry by 50isthenewblack on Oct 08, 2014

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    ... drive possible & gave 'as many sparkly lights as we can get’ as the brief. Dino, our driver did not let us down as we rounded the bridge there she was in all her early evening glory. Not a light was missed as she rose above & before us & as usual I audibly gasped & started to cry. It’s not something I can control.

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