Central Park House

Address: 25 W. 83rd Street, New York City, New York, 10024, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Upper West Side area of New York City, is near American Museum of Natural History, Hayden Planetarium, Rose Center for Earth and Space, and Greenflea Flea Market.
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    A travel blog entry by cassobrien on Jul 19, 2015

    26 photos

    ... overdue for some red meat and veggies! Then from there we headed to a Broadway comedy show, it was only $15 each for an hour and a half and 6 comedians so we figured we'd give it a go. And it was actually a really fun night! Most of them were awesome and very funny, there was only really two that were a bit awkward and didn't get much of a laugh from the crowd. It was fun to try something different :) the show got out at about 11 so we headed back to Brooklyn after ...

    Beating the heat

    A travel blog entry by rebeccabrent on Jun 23, 2015

    4 comments, 23 photos

    ... The show, which was narrated by Neil de Grasse Tyson, was supposed to be about dark matter. At the end of it, all I learned was I shouldn’t feel bad about not understanding what it is because neither do the cosmologists—they just know that whatever it is, it accounts for 95% of the mass of the universe and they can’t find it.

    We left the planetarium, saw what looked like a 90-foot tall reconstructed Branosaurus in the museum, went out & ...

    Doughnuts and Flowers and Cocktails, Oh My

    A travel blog entry by devarina on May 02, 2015

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... When we stop, you're going to go that way, hard!" She was indeed on her way to learning the skills of a native New Yorker, clearly. She looked terrified, but she surely did hold on and keep her feet. Most impressive.

    IMPORTANT AND PROFOUND OBSERVATION ABOUT NEW YORKERS: I didn't encounter any of the stereotypical caricatures. People were acutely aware of how dense and crowded the trains and the city are, so ...

    Fairytale of NewYork: A series of fortunate events

    A travel blog entry by jerram.bateman on Apr 10, 2015

    4 photos

    ... later, the doors opened to a similarly full train, but this time I decided to bite the bullet and join the throngs. When the 'mind the closing doors' announcement was made I was half in, but perhaps more crucially half out, and about to jump back to the platform, when a slender arm guided me into an unseen crevice between its owner and the corner of the carriage. After a few moments composing myself, I looked up to thank my saviour, but what I saw was much more than that...for ...

    Day Three NYC

    A travel blog entry by thetravelling2 on Mar 13, 2015

    13 photos

    ... From there we then walked to the 9/11 memorial. The first thing I noticed when we arrived was the overwhelming sense of absence. Even from a distance, the sky line doesn't look right, the silence surrounding it, unfamiliar in such a busy city. As we walked up to the south pool, where one of the towers once stood, I was surprised at the amount of people taking selfies, it's essentially a massive gravestone and it's strange how many people ...