Hotel Le Jolie

Address: 235 Meeker Avenue, Brooklyn, New York, 11211, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 235 Meeker Avenue, Brooklyn, is near Brooklyn Brewery, El Portal Tropical Forest Center, Island's End Golf & Country Club, and Momenta Art.
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    Travel Blogs from Brooklyn

    Exploring Brooklyn

    A travel blog entry by andreatravels on May 25, 2015

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    ... at the corner of this one, you can see that the house is actually built of brick and the brownstone is just a facade.



    The brownstones here are five or six stories high and had no elevators. The guests were entertained on the first floor and children's bedrooms were on the top.



    There was a street fair going on in downtown Brooklyn and you can see that this is ...

    The epic baggage debacle.

    A travel blog entry by unconnected_k on Oct 23, 2014

    ... Falls, Jamaica. Kevin Hall was a guide on the waterfall climb Amy and I went on that February day in 07 and he caught my eye from the get go but Jamaican and Scandinavian mentalities are very different. I have a lose personal sphere that takes time and trust to cross. Jamaicans don't have such reservations. I loved this mentality, fire and all those things that made him exotic. I love that he caught up to me just before I left and begged me to stay. Men here do not beg. I've ...

    Are You Jewish?

    A travel blog entry by azcook on Oct 12, 2014

    18 photos

    ... didn’t see it on our last visit and wanted to. We walked through Strawberry Fields, and along the beautiful paths and ponds. What a treasure to have such a place to come in the middle of a big crowded city. We walked to fountain and stopped to watch a movie crew shooting a picture. We saw half a dozen Japanese brides getting pictures under red maple trees, or arches, or in front of fountains. They had big entourages of helpers with second ...

    Day 23 - Guggenheim Museum and Union Square

    A travel blog entry by jenniferstokes on Jul 22, 2014

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    ... small theatre set up with different colored lights fading in and out while music was playing. The story on the wall told about how the famous Russian Ballet director, Serge Diaghilev, commissioned the Italian artist, Giacomo Balla, to choreograph a light show to a piece Stravinsky had composed called Fireworks. Balla created an elaborate set of colorful fabrics and paintings that was in total darkness and illuminated from above, below, and inside in ...

    Front row tickets at Newsies

    A travel blog entry by rachinamerica on Jun 11, 2014

    1 comment

    ... more Maccas as we had unknowingly promised Samuel yesterday. I don't think I'm a fan of American Maccas at all (don't tell Tom). The only positive is that it's cheap. After a quick bite, I left my family and headed back to the theatre, passing the live update board of America's national debt. I took my seat in the front row, just left of the conductor. I loved being so close, there's so much more to see. Like the conductor calls the stage director on a special phone ...