Oasis Motel

Address: 12091 Flatlands Avenue, Brooklyn, New York, 11207, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 12091 Flatlands Avenue, Brooklyn, is near Camp Hero State Park, ABC Carpet & Home, Anna, and Thai Privilege Health Care Co., Ltd.
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Travel Blogs from Brooklyn

History in the subway station

A travel blog entry by andreatravels on May 27, 2015

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... Joey Giammarino! Joey was a training supervisor at the Staten Island Bus Garage--I think he's probably retired by now. He once took me to their huge training facility in the Bronx and let me drive the bus simulator (while he sat behind me, programming rogue taxis to cut in front of me and slam on their brakes!). BTW you could not pay me enough to be a bus driver in Manhattan. The traffic is a nightmare ...

The Big Apple

A travel blog entry by graceandmarcus on Oct 13, 2014

1 comment, 61 photos

... one place or another. So buffalo wings, nachos and a pint it was - they really know how to do buffalo and blue cheese sauce! That evening we caught up with Graces friend Justine who she went to school with in Philly 9yrs ago. So nice to catch up and get some good tips for the rest of our USA travels. Justine suggested going to a comedy show that night (asssscat 3000, West 26th St) that Amy Poelher (from Parks & Recreation) had started up and does each Sunday. So we got there ...

Are You Jewish?

A travel blog entry by azcook on Oct 12, 2014

18 photos

... girls? They had hoodies on and earbuds in and were wearing lots of make up. Ted followed them in to the trailer/office, checked-n and got some flyers to help him figure out what they said. He swears they were speaking some foreign language. The signage was also poor we couldn't figure out where the camping was even with the map and the rangers instructions to Ted. Further down, while trying to locate our "camping spot" we saw a bunch of people racing ...

New York - Day 2

A travel blog entry by ldnunes on Aug 16, 2014

7 comments, 7 photos

... notice and decided to tag along with our group. The entire tour including a half hour lunch at the museum cafeteria lasted three hours. But the experience was so fun that no one noticed the time.

After saying our good-byes to our guide and our group, we headed outside to Central Park. The four of us wanted to explore the park and Derek and I had packed our binoculars to do a little birding. We wandered the greenery and gazed at the ponds ...

A shared lunch

A travel blog entry by janet_and_ron on Jul 10, 2014

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... The servings weren't huge here, but half each was sufficient, especially as we don't usually have lunch after our big breakfasts. Collard greens are from the brassica family. They looked like spinach, but tasted more like broccoli leaves. Interesting. I enjoyed the meal, and so did Ron, but I didn't love it so much I'd not even look at anything else on the menu if dining here again. On this ...