New York Connection Youth Hostel
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
TripAdvisor Reviews New York Connection Youth Hostel Brooklyn
Travel Blogs from Brooklyn
... also saw a special exhibit called Nature's Fury, about natural disasters.
The Natural History Museum is huge and it's easy to get lost in. Luckily all the staff is very helpful and I managed to find all the things I was looking for. The Nature's Fury exhibit touched on storms, volcanoes, tsunamis, earthquakes and other natural disasters. I thought it was very interesting that hurricanes ...
... Brooklyn bridge was a long climb, without any spectators, the 25km make was the half way point of the bridge, and I was really starting to feel it at this point. I walked at the next drink station, I felt really disappointed, I really wanted to run the whole way. Bad move I'd let the negative thoughts start, I walked up the the next bridge, I was so upset with myself for walking, I wanted to cry, but I struggled on. I walled at each drink station just to get me through, a ...
... recreation area encompassed part of Staten Island's old Fort Wadsworth, Fort Hancock, Jacob Riis Park, and Sandy Hook, NJ. It's a big area broken up into little parks and wildlife sanctuaries.
Ted decided to take the scooter off and see what it would take to get to the subway or bus from here. There was a bus just out on Flatbush Ave., but Ted was a bit leery of leaving the scooter parked out on the street. He left and drove out exploring and ...
... If you pay a little extra they take you up in what looks like a lift from the 50's to the 102nd floor. As high as the 86th was you can notice the difference up there.
While we were in the area we decided to have a look at times square. Its pretty much what we expected, lots of big screens and lots of tourists. Our highlight there was stopping in the Toys-r-us ...
... a 15 minute walk into an hour before I finally arrived for tea. I had read in a few different places that this place was one of the best places for tea service in the city. I can see why! It is on a tiny, quiet street and was so quaint and cozy. I was able to select the flavors of tea sandwiches, macarons, and tea that I would like. Everything was amazing! I had egg salad, cucumber, and smoked salmon sandwiches, milk chocolate passion fruit and ...
Other places to stay in Brooklyn
249 Varet Street, Brooklyn | 2 star hostelfrom $70
99 Meserole Avenue, Brooklyn | 1 star hostelfrom $74
570 Jamaica Avenue, Brooklyn | Hostelfrom $89
179 Moore Street, Brooklyn | Hostelfrom $102
538 East 86th Street #3, Brooklyn | Hostelfrom $49