San Fermin B&B

195 Edgecombe Ave, New York City, New York, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Uptown area of New York City, is near City Food Tours, Hamilton Grange National Memorial, The 39 Steps, and St. Nicholas District.
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Two more bus tops and a human puppet show

A travel blog entry by raymarietinetti on Jul 16, 2014

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... 7.50 plus tip. 2 slices of pizza, an apple juice and a craft beer at Ray's Pizza on 7th ave cost us $21

The night bus tour went from 8pm until 10pm. It was great the tour guide was informative and really entertaining. It took us down 7th Ave and through little Italy and over the Brooklyn Bridge and back. Great views of the NY skyline. Unfortunately it was hard to get good pics from a moving bus. The guide also told us that Disney ...

Biting the Big Apple

A travel blog entry by julian-sarah on May 18, 2014

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... with its hoard of treasures still inside (all other tombs of kings were found empty - presumably robbed by the workers who built them and knew where they were and how to get inside). However, despite his fame, King Tut was only the king of Egypt for nine short years before he died at 18 years of age, and relative to other kings he was a weak king. Therefore one can only imagine what treasures were installed inside the tombs of kings such as King Ramses II (who ruled for 66 years) ...

We're goin to a Ball game !

A travel blog entry by bradndad2014 on May 16, 2014

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... Would you believe our timing, the new museum they have been building for a few years opens the day after we leave the country!
The weather was closing in again, so we hot footed back home.

A couple of days ago, I bought tickets online to a Baseball game. The New York Yankees V The Pittsburgh Pirates. How could you come to the US and NYC and not see a game..
Due to start at 7.00pm, we calculated a ...

I'll miss you NYC!

A travel blog entry by katephelan on May 08, 2014

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... a very giant cocktail (we can be sold anything) at Planet Hollywood. Aladdin was INDREDIBLE! Both Cooz and I were blown away and absolutely loved it. The special affects, the costumes, the singing - everything was perfect - even the magic carpet flew!

Our last day was a day of food (typical) as we headed back to Soho to endulge what our investigations told us is the best pizza in town. And I think we were right, Lombardi's was delicious and we stuffed our faces ...

Motivation Principle

A travel blog entry by armyxuwind on Mar 28, 2014

... at all then. It typically assumes that lifetime is "perfect" without having problems, development or alternatives. Becoming determined is genuinely resolving difficulties and profitable at any time superior and much larger lifetime and existence. The real existence of every person is within just the much larger life and existence not inside of the tiny challenges that may appear up and seem to be major. ...