Jazz on the Villa Hostel

12 W 129th St & 5th Ave, New York City, New York, 10027, United States | Hostel
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Waking up in the city that never sleeps

A travel blog entry by missmizon

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The train ride from Montreal took just over 11 hours, including a seemingly pointless hour stop in Albany, the state capital. Luckily the scenery was stunning traveling down through the Adirondack mountains. I got into Penn Station at 9.30pm and managed to navigate the subway to 129th Street, the location of the hostel where I was meeting up with …

From the capital to The concrete jungle

A travel blog entry by biancadon2014

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It was a weird feeling packing up and heading to the coach for the last time with some amazing new friends. We were headed on our last trip, finishing in NYC. We stopped in at Philadelphia and on the way to Philly we watched Rocky the movie. Once in Philly we had pictures with the Rocky bronzed statue and ran up the stairs of the art museum like he did in the movie. Do as the Phillians do - it's Philly cheese ...

New York, New York

A travel blog entry by beaky

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... just has an aura about it.
We arrived back in to NYC feeling fairly refreshed after our 10 hour flight. Yes you read that right, refreshed after a 10 hour flight. The reason for this was that the flight was half empty allowing us both enough seats to lay down and actually sleep.

We got the subway to our hostel (Broadway Hotel and Hostel) which is situated in a really nice part of upper ...

Time Square and High Line

A travel blog entry by d.thorpe

So, early start in Germantown today, 40 mins on the metro and 4 hours on the bus and that's me back in New York. Got in about 3pm, was met by Emily who very kindly took me to Time Square and the high line (a converted old railway that is now a garden promenade thing) and then what felt like a 10 mile run (she's a New Yorker and moves ...

The Big Apple

A travel blog entry by b_btravel

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... be said about the native people of North and South America, in fact a massive museum with nearly 1,000,000 artefacts pretty much says it all. Crazy what some people collect! About 800,000 of them were collected by George Gustav Heye and donated to the Smithsonian museum when he passed. Free admission and that much stuff kept us going for a while. Turns out the Native American Indians had better cold weather gear than Bec and I do! Our friend Alain invited us to a BBQ in his ...

Location

This hostel, located in the Uptown area of New York City, is near Harlem, Studio Museum of Harlem, Mother A.M.E. Zion Church, and Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture.
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