Hotel Le Jolie
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- Continental Breakfast
- Tennis Court
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Non-smoking rooms
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... and Staten Island. Brooklyn and Queens are located on Long Island.
Our guide for the day was John Kriskievicz, an architectural historian and award-winning walking tour guide. John told us a little about the history of Brooklyn and showed us around several of its famous landmarks, Grand Army Plaza, Prospect Park, and the beautiful brownstone town houses of downtown ...
Today we woke early for a big day of exploring Central Park. It was beautiful sunny weather but that also meant it was incredibly cold. It was -5 outside but -10 with the chill factor of the wind. We made our way towards the park with a quick stop off at RadioShack to grab a converter cable to play our iPad's through the the TV as well as some credit for our mobile phone and some memory ...
... Our guide said his wife was happy to get him out of the house two days a week and wished it was open every day. We finally said goodbye to these hard working guys and left on the scooter to the Kings Mall on Flatbush Ave about 2 miles up the road from where we were staying.
We hadn't eaten because we were hoping to eat at a deli in NYC this morning but after such a late start we ended up having "breakfast" at Nathan's Hot Dog again at the ...
Caught train into manhattan with Kellen, Charlie and ed. Started with walking the high line, an old railway line suspended above the streets made that used to distribute all the dairy and food products to the warehouses in NY and considered the lifeline of the city once. But trucks became preferred transport and the line became disused. By the ...
... on cycle paths but also on the roads which was interesting. What's really good, and strange - there are no flies here. Well, I think I've seen maybe two in the month I've been here. It was very hot and although I didn't want it to end, I realised I was quite weary when we did stop. We were chatting with a Melbourne girl during the tour and the three of us went for lunch at the Market Diner in ...