Imperial Hotel

Address: 2550 E New York Ave, Brooklyn, New York, 11207, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 2550 E New York Ave, Brooklyn, is near Camp Hero State Park, ABC Carpet & Home, Shadmoor State Park, and Labrador Mountain.
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    Travel Blogs from Brooklyn

    Exploring Brooklyn

    A travel blog entry by andreatravels on May 25, 2015

    34 photos

    ... Yo's, a Dominican restaurant. The different ethnic restaurants in Brooklyn's neighborhoods were a highlight of the trip. Lunch was served family style and included fried plantains, my favorite Caribbean treat.

    After lunch we caught the bus down Brooklyn's 5th Avenue to Green-Wood cemetery. The cemetery would be the site of our Memorial Day concert, but it's also a historical site ...

    Travel Day One: Part Two

    A travel blog entry by loislaneofyoga on Nov 13, 2014

    9 photos

    ... me as if they had been awaiting my arrival with baited breath, and also put my bags and me through a thorough security screening. Nothing too questionable was getting though the gates of the Radisson Blu. Ah yes, a perfect place for me to get my bearings for the next 36 hours.

    I took a hot shower, got in my king-size bed and enjoyed some peace and quiet knowing that this was about to be the last bit of familiarity and ease I was to experience for a very long ...

    Are You Jewish?

    A travel blog entry by azcook on Oct 12, 2014

    18 photos

    ... came out with heavy pockets for his efforts. We then walked through the park and came out on 5th Ave. We walked passed Rockefeller Center and watched ice skaters below. The rink had just opened for the season. We thought that would be fun but it cost about $30.00 for admission plus skate rental. What?! We don't want to skate that bad. No wonder there were just a handful of people out skating. We saw one guy fall and was soaking wet because it was such a ...


    A travel blog entry by mitchellusatour on Sep 21, 2014

    11 photos

    ... a river. But here, it was just the absence of two historical buildings that were not just part of the NY skyline, but their destruction redefined history. The kids were sombre, but they appreciated the significance of its history.

    After a moment in the sun, we got to go on a cruise to see the statue of Liberty, Brooklyn Bridge and get off on Wall Street to be driven to Rockefeller Centre to climb to the top of the Rock and take in New York in al ...

    New York

    A travel blog entry by hippler on Aug 31, 2014

    27 photos

    ... tour was much more informative.

    I sent a text to my sister Kathy, the official Geneology hound of the family and she asked me to find the plaque with my Great Grandfather August De Blieck. There’s a Wall of Fame in the back of the main Registration building, facing the Manhattan skyline. I started looking alphabetically and couldn’t find him. A ranger said they put the plaques up at different times so I had to go find a computer kiosk and ...