Connie's Homestay Bed & Breakfast Inn

Address: 109 36 215th St, Queens Village, New York, 11429, United States | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 109 36 215th St, Queens Village, is near Turtles, Belmont Park Race Track, Queens County Farm Museum, and Queens County Farm Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Queens Village

Christmas Day in New York

A travel blog entry by dilatham on Dec 25, 2014

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... We bought lunch at a bagel place. I got a corned beef and pastrami on an onion bagel. It came with a free soda and two small containers of what looked like mashed potato. It was delicious - real cooked corned beef. I did have trouble getting the guy in the shop to understand me though. Stephen says it is because I don't speak loudly enough (!!!???.......) Back on the ferry and we cruised around the South end of Manhattan Island, saw the Statue of Liberty off in ...

The Big Apple

A travel blog entry by maghnusa on Oct 12, 2014

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... lost themselves. Some were on their phones trying to figure their location out. The park is beautiful however the problem is that there is little or no signage to correspond with the maps. In places trails would have three or four trails branching out from one trail with no signs etc. We eventually arrived back at the hotel at 6pm. Our feet were sore and we were dead tired. We had a bit to eat and hit the sack. A great first day in The Big ...

Day 2. US Open

A travel blog entry by davidmilnes81 on Aug 30, 2014

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... ale. The washing up technique consisted of: something sitounderscouplengeplenge the glasses in the bowl - done! Good job the barmaid had wellies on!
In the evening we went to the US Open at the Arthur Ashe Stadium, the yanks version of centre court, I.e twice the size. The militant stadium security confiscated our GB masks and inflatable guitars.... Then, our little plastic gorillapod! Now i understand how GB masks could be the kind you may wear ...

New York City

A travel blog entry by lucykate on Jul 20, 2014

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... a feel good show about a Northern England shoe making factory, and is a hilarious, sequinned spectacle of which I have never seen anything similar! After the show, I walked to Central Park bike rentals, just a couple of blocks from Central Park, where I hired a bike on my NY pass. I cycled round Central Park for an hour, stopping by Harlem Meer for 5 minutes to watch the people on the lake there and take a couple of photographs. By 7, it was time ...

Floating gardens in the Meat Packers DIstrict

A travel blog entry by rachinamerica on Jun 10, 2014

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... Adalia was really over the ergo, and i was over being head butted, pinched and having my hair pulled all day. So we decided to test the "near impossible" assumption we had both made. It was near impossible but not completely impossible. We began with the steep, narrow stairs down to the subway, me carrying the front, Tom at the back, Sammy on his own down very steep stairs. We then arrived at the turnstile, similar to the turnstile that was at the exit to the old Springwood pool before ...

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