Days Inn Brooklyn

Address: 437 39th St, Brooklyn, New York, 11232, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 437 39th St, Brooklyn, is near Slice of Brooklyn Pizza Tour, Carroll Gardens, Hell's Kitchen & Clinton Dog Run, and Gowanus Canal.
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    Travel Blogs from Brooklyn

    "New York, NewYork"- just got to get there.

    A travel blog entry by legoodtimesroll on Sep 11, 2015

    This trip has been planned for a long time. It seemed like a good idea to have a weekend in New York before going to Chicago for the World Triathlon Championships but slightly complicated with the issue of taking the bikes and it got even more complicated when I qualified so two bikes to transport. Anyway at great expenses the bikes were sent separately and should be winging their way to Chicago in good company ...

    Williamsburg: just stay here, it has it all

    A travel blog entry by cookcorn on May 05, 2015

    3 comments, 49 photos

    ... in the sun listening to the music being played by the various buskers. We had lunch in Greenwich Village just a bit further on in a burger bar (I had salad) we've been to before - it has not improved in the 2 years since we were last here (Joy - don't bother). It was however right opposite Washington Place where it meets W4th and here are the outside basketball courts where there is always something happening. Today, a bunch of mixed-aged blokes getting very sweaty ...

    Longing for the past

    A travel blog entry by torial on Nov 02, 2014

    5 photos

    ... to MacDougal St. Unfortunately there seems to be nothing left of the music scene except the street named after Dave. I guess Joan, Bob and Joni are still alive, so maybe in another 20 years the will build a folk museum. Even Washington square park was devoid of music (apart from one busking saxophonist). I had a passable meal at the Olive Tree and bought something from the impressive Tibetan store across the road and started my way back uptown.

    Fittingly, in ...

    For a greater purpose

    A travel blog entry by lachlanholmes on Oct 28, 2014

    5 photos

    ... we did the first coat of white on all the walls in the house, this was very efficient and we were very pleased. Although in the last 30 minutes of working, I was walking past some people who were fixing the stair case and a piece of wood was sticking out the ground that I didn't see. I cut myself which meant I could not paint for the last 30 minutes because i was bleeding and it was very messy. So I took myself to the first aid tent, and they were ...

    The tree knows everything.

    A travel blog entry by watsonrtw on Sep 21, 2014

    1 comment, 24 photos

    ... here was all about the star attraction - the waterfalls.

    The falls are staggering. It's hard to put into words exactly how you feel when you see them, even though I've seen pictures and videos they don't prepare you for looking at them with your own eyes. It was a beautiful day and the falls were every shade of blue imaginable. One of the most awe inspiring natural sights I've ever seen. You can hear them anywhere you are in the town and you can feel ...