Harlem'S In

Address: 8 W 121st Street, New York City, New York, 10027, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Uptown area of New York City, is near Harlem Heritage Tours, Harlem, Apollo Theater, and Studio Museum of Harlem.
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Travel Blogs from New York City

...in NYC I...

A travel blog entry by bzmot on Jan 22, 2015

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... cruises - one around the Manhattan and one to the Ellis and LIberty Islands and climbed the crown of the Statue of Liberty; she's very tight inside!!! oops, that came out wrong..
...took an aerial tram to Roosevelt Island, ate bacon flavored chocolate, walked around snowy Central Park, went to a not very funny but quite genuine stand up comedy show and generally did a lot but missed on a lot more so I will be coming back very soooooon hopefully!

First night in NYC.

A travel blog entry by davidcole on Dec 22, 2014

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Just back from walking around the Times Square area on NYC for the last 3 hours. Checked out the shops in Times Square, Saks Fifth Avenue's Christmas windows, Broadway, the Rockefeller Centre, Radio City Music Hall, etc. The M&M shop was amazing, 3 stories tall, can get personalised M&Ms. The Hershey's shop wasn't flash. Didn't go into all the shops we were interested ...

Last day in New York

A travel blog entry by shieldzy84 on Nov 06, 2014

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... cinema early, good thing we did as instead of the cinema we found the arcade. We still had heaps of time so we headed in for a play. It was great fun. We were really good at this one game, where you throw balls at some ugly clowns, and we won heaps of tickets, but not quite enough for any good prizes. We found a small prize for Hayley, and gave our leftover tickets small kid. Arms sore we headed off to our movie, which was two doors down. And than late home for bed ...

The tree knows everything.

A travel blog entry by watsonrtw on Sep 21, 2014

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... for many of the survivors. The audio guide informed me that this staircase saved the lives of hundreds of people. Another striking exhibit was the huge lengths of twisted metal which formed the exact point of impact where the first plane hit. If I had wanted to I could have reached out and touched it, although obviously I wouldn't. There was also a window from one of the planes. You can't help but wonder about the person who was sitting next to it on ...


A travel blog entry by judy.ohalloran on Sep 04, 2014

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... which is a disused rail line travelling down west side of Manhattan above the ground. It is beautiful, planted thickly with grasses, roses, sunflowers and fairly substantial trees. It has existed since 2009 and is immaculate and just beautiful. Lots of seating and view points. It was roasting hot and every bit of shade was being used. Found a lovely ...