Dexter House Hostel

Address: 345 W 86th St, New York City, New York, 10024-3113, United States | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Upper West Side area of New York City, is near Upper West Side, Zabar's, Children's Museum of Manhattan, and Harry's Shoes.
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        Hop-on Hop-off Bus, Empire State Building, Theatre

        A travel blog entry by familyonholiday on Sep 17, 2015

        ... I couldn't see them, I still knew where they were. We walked through shoulder-to-shoulder people traffic all the way from the theatre to our hotel. When we arrived at our hotel, the theatre next door had also just finished a show, so there were even more people. The crowd was a bit of a shock to us, but one that we got used to during our stay in NYC.
        Oh, our seats at the theatre... We booked our tickets before leaving Australia, and as soon ...

        Weekend in the City

        A travel blog entry by jameswells on Feb 22, 2015

        ... Trade Center, which was incredible to see. As we walked away, the snow began falling so we decided to stop for a coffee along the water and watch the ferries and ice flows pass by. We then made the decision lunch was needed so walked over to Chinatown for soup dumplings at Joes's Shanghai. After we finished lunch at 3:45, we walked though Little Italy and SoHo to the Paulner beer hall for a stein of beer. After a few hours passed by, we walked ...

        Day 15: Long Bridges and Tall Buikdings

        A travel blog entry by michael.linke on Dec 02, 2014

        24 photos

        ... the size of a minibus.

        We then moved into the main hall which depicted the time line leading up to the morning, what happened on the morning of 911 and the time afterwards. Flight paths, cockpit recorder details, videos, security footage, text messages from people in buildings, in aircraft.

        We didn't fell emotional or upset at all, but we were amazed at the enormity of the incident and the detail and intricacy of rebuilding such ...

        The Big Apple

        A travel blog entry by graceandmarcus on Oct 13, 2014

        1 comment, 61 photos

        ... off a few more classic american feeds today - chicken wangs (at the market), burgers (in Brooklyn) and pizza (pizza was free with our pints). Tried the Brooklyn lager and pale ale too which was delsih.

        Day 3: Today we headed to lower manhatten. Firtsly went to West Villiage to see the front door/apartment used for Carrie in Sex in the City but it was under construction - clearly to get rid of stalkers like Grace. Then walked through New York University - not quite as ...

        New York City - The Big Apple

        A travel blog entry by amybrazier on Aug 19, 2014

        1 comment, 11 photos

        ... increasing today. The Statue of Liberty is also known as Liberty Enlightening the World and was a gift from France in 1886. It is actually a statue of a Roman Goddess called Libertas, the goddess of freedom.

        - Castle Clinton is located in Battery Park. It was the first immigration centre in the USA before Ellis Island. Many people went through it, especially around the time of the Irish potato famine. Forty percent of all Americans have ancestors who ...