Park House Hotel

Address: 1206 48th St., Brooklyn, New York, 11219, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 1206 48th St., Brooklyn, is near A Tour Grows in Brooklyn, Hell's Kitchen & Clinton Dog Run, Kensington Stables in Brooklyn, and Selia Yang.
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      Pawel dziadkowie i problemy.rodzinne uwagi

      A travel blog entry by wristbeam6 on Dec 01, 2014

      ... milostek, ze wzgledu na to, ze bylam brzydkim kaczatkiem. Zawsze mialam lekka nadwage, nosilam okulary oraz aparat na zeby. Przez relacje w domu czulam sie niedowartosciowana. Rodzice nigdy mnie nie kochali wystarczajaco. Furt wpajali mi, ze jestem najgorsza, ze nigdy nic nie osiagne, ze zostane nikim. zrodlo: moj ostatni post na blogu Nienawidzilam, kiedy tak o mnie mowili. Skutkiem tego mialam problem ...

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

      A travel blog entry by heinzdora on Aug 12, 2014

      105 photos

      ... lemon creme. Its pretty good and we enjoy two each. We leave St Regis giggling (well I was laughing) cause we so didn't fit in there the way we were dressed.

      We make a quick stop to Time Square to check out the prices for Avenue Q at the TKTs stand. You can only buy the tickets for shows on the night and can't pay for them in advance otherwise you pay full price. So we enjoy the lights for a while before jumping on the metro home.

      Day 3: today we head to see Lady ...

      New York City part Three

      A travel blog entry by tomkilbey29 on Jul 05, 2014

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      ... of nice features to it. The first was the glass roof on the elevator which allowed us to experience both the speed with which we were travelling, and the sheer height of the building. The second was that above the main observation deck was a platform which allowed 360 degree panoramic views of the city, unobstructed by bars or windows. It was from here we managed to take some incredible pictures of the skyline.

      To prolong ...

      The city that never sleeps

      A travel blog entry by marlalaura on Jun 07, 2014

      2 comments, 11 photos

      ... then transferred to a metro to bring us into Little Italy. We grabbed something to eat and then walked up to Central Park via 5th Avenue. Relaxed in Central Park and then walked up to Times Square. We spent close to an hour getting back to our campground in Brooklyn and then found our way to a grocery store to grab our first haul of the trip! Francis just got everything set up and now ...

      Time Square and High Line

      A travel blog entry by d.thorpe on May 27, 2014

      So, early start in Germantown today, 40 mins on the metro and 4 hours on the bus and that's me back in New York. Got in about 3pm, was met by Emily who very kindly took me to Time Square and the high line (a converted old railway that is now a garden promenade thing) and then what felt like a 10 mile run (she's a New Yorker and moves ...