Lafayette International Hostel

Address: 484 Lafayette Avenue, Brooklyn, New York, 11205, United States | Hostel
 
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This hostel, located on 484 Lafayette Avenue, Brooklyn, is near Brooklyn Tabernacle, Fort Greene, Grand Prospect Hall, and Grand Army Plaza Farmers' Market.
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    Sebastian przyjaciele i wolny czas.moje dzienniki

    A travel blog entry by wristbeam6 on Dec 01, 2014

    Na jednym z portali spolecznosciowych przeczytalem ostatnio, ze jedna z kobiet chetnie spotka sie na kochanie sie z jakims mezczyzna. Uznalem, ze slowo ''jakims'' tyczy sie do ogolu. Na cale szczescie mialem porcje. Napisalem do niej, poniewaz jestem rozwodnikiem od siedmiu lat. Nie mialem kobiety tyle czasu na wiecej informacji, dlatego postanowilem sprobowac i dac sobie szanse na odrobine przyjemnosci. Co dotyczy ...

    Last Full Day In New York - Making it Count

    A travel blog entry by funtravels on Aug 14, 2014

    49 photos

    ... Benedict. (Not cheap: 1 glass of Orange Juice $6.00 1 Coffee $5.00 Two eggs Benedict $39.00) Then off to Central Park we went picked up a map and followed through the walking tour which what we were going to do. We started our walk and right then we heard a little girl say to her dad "look daddy a squirrel" at that point I turned to look and just saw the tail going into the bushes, the Dad said “no honey that was a very large rat”
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    The Big Apple

    A travel blog entry by phil_anna on Jul 16, 2014

    43 photos

    ... we went up again to the 102nd floor and the views were much better. It was glass but fine for photos and a lot less busy too. We could easily walk around and see a full 360 view of NYC. We were in New York City!!!!! After taking too many photos, back down in the elevator we went and into the gift shop, like most attractions you visit. I almost bought a pin badge, but remembered seeing them 2 for $5 at a shop along the way, so decided against paying more here. It was a ...

    Downtown Manhattan

    A travel blog entry by gbaillie on Jul 11, 2014

    23 photos

    ... year) meant that it was difficult to spend much time at any one place. By now it was 6 o'clock and we were feeling quite tired as we had been on our feet most of the day. We got back to the subway, topped up our cards and got on the red line back uptown. The subway cars themselves are air conditioned but waiting at the platform is like being in a sauna . Shouldn't complain as we have been so lucky with the weather. Forecast was cloudy for today and although ...

    'Welcome home': the end of my greatest adventure

    A travel blog entry by heidilockwood on May 20, 2014

    55 photos

    ... reading the stories of survivors and loved ones of those killed made what we'd seen on TV ago real. The memorials consisted of 2 waterfalls: the south and the north, both featuring the names of the business workers who had sadly lost their lives and the paramedics, firefighters and police force who had given their lives. The memorial was a beautiful tribute. Of Mice and Men was a sensational stage production of John Steinbeck's book, featuring Chris O'Dowd (who gave a stand ...