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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... lots of different places around the world, where they are also called cyclones and typhoons, but tornadoes happen only in the US.

After a slow bus ride (half an hour to go thirty blocks) I arrived at the tiny studio (seats 100) where the Nightly Show is taped. The tickets are free online, but you have to get there early and wait in line outside the studio. Not everybody gets in. ...

The Big Apple

A travel blog entry by jamesrachelusa on Dec 29, 2014

1 comment, 16 photos

... Or 36,500 steps!! We then concluded that we had successfully 'done' Central Park.

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After a long New Year's Eve, New Year's Day was a quiet day of napping and doing laundry. However, today was very busy. Waking up early and getting the subway to Little Italy we strolled through a fairly run-down neighborhood of restaurants, while also getting ...

Exploring East Village

A travel blog entry by kirs_t_t on Nov 03, 2014

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... go into the draw for 20 $30 tickets which are drawn out of a barrel 2 hours before the show. Otherwise tickets are $200-$400 which is crazy. Tomorrow I think I will go on a mission to see the Statue of Liberty for free...I don't want to do the tour but apparently you can see it from Brooklyn Bridge Park or the Staten Island Ferry. And the Staten Island Ferry is free. Then possibly a bit of shopping or the Museum of the Moving Image depending on ...

Are You Jewish?

A travel blog entry by azcook on Oct 12, 2014

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... news that a mall was just down the road and had a covered parking lot and the bus was right out front that went to the nearest subway stop. He had driven all the way to the subway stop but there again parking did not seem secure, so the mall was going to work well. We planned on getting a metro pass that will cost $30 a piece but has unlimited rides on buses and subways. We should be able to do everything necessary. Ted has a few projects he would like ...


A travel blog entry by jervond on Jul 17, 2014

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... Governors Island, a partnership organization with governors island has introduce a ferry fare for Brooklyn and Manhattan ferries, charging $2 round trip for adults on all weekday ferries and on afternoon ferries on Saturdays and Sundays. Children age 12 and under will ride for free and seniors age 65 and over will pay half price. Morning ferries on Saturdays and Sundays will continue ...