Lexington Inn

Address: 2473 Atlantic Ave, Brooklyn, New York, 11207, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 2473 Atlantic Ave, Brooklyn, is near Camp Hero State Park, ABC Carpet & Home, Shadmoor State Park, and Labrador Mountain.
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      Flying home

      A travel blog entry by saskiabrynne on Oct 27, 2014

      ... all gospel singing. If was literally like Sister Act...it rounded off my homemade music tour beautifully. I have had the most amazing time. Been to far more places than I had first planned and met very interesting people...but now I am ready to go home and carry on with the next ...

      I want to be a part of it New York New York

      A travel blog entry by heinzdora on Aug 12, 2014

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      ... We also visit where the ice rink used to be (not used in the summer time obviously) and in its place was a mini fair with little roller coasters and other rides. We leave Central Park and I'm happy with the things we have seen. Hinesh is impressed by the size of the park.

      We meet Uncle Jesse and Aunty Maridette who have come up for the day to watch a Wicked matinee. We find a little park and have siopao and sesame and bean buns for a late snack (which ended up being dinner for ...

      The (second) best city in the world

      A travel blog entry by tomkilbey29 on Jul 03, 2014

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      ... construction work going on nearby.

      People gather in their thousands to pay their respects. Some walk around reflectively, while others pensively read every name. It's so much more poignant to see 2983 names, rather than hear that 2983 people died. It's just how human psychology works. The recently opened museum has a several hour long wait, so we decide to pass up on this.

      We head downtown. When the skyscrapers ...

      Last day in NYC

      A travel blog entry by sa2014frda on May 24, 2014

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      ... as everyone. Pedestrians and bike are struggling together but it is safe and you can walk with a nice pace. David did not want to walk too much because his blisters was too painful so he went back to the flat. We agreed on a time because he wanted to get a massage. We lived in an area between Astoria and queens plaza where massage and Beaty salon was cheap. I continue my visit as I wanted before to leave NYC see high line. ...

      The Hustle and Bustle

      A travel blog entry by kduntley on Apr 06, 2014

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      ... was "free" but they asked for a donation of $5-10 and had a little man staring you down over the donation box and then he'd give you a ticket), and we essentially went through airport security, metal detectors and X-ray machines. It was a little insane I have to say, I mean I get it considering what happened there, but still. It's not like if someone actually wanted to do some damage they couldn't just walk up to the fence surrounding ...