Red Carpet Inn

Address: 980 Wyckoff Ave, Brooklyn, New York, 11237, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 980 Wyckoff Ave, Brooklyn, is near Camp Hero State Park, ABC Carpet & Home, Shadmoor State Park, and Lincoln Plaza Cinemas.
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        Travel Blogs from Brooklyn

        SFO - JFK

        A travel blog entry by clh726 on Jul 24, 2015

        4 photos

        What a way to start my 1st trip to see Christopher in New York, I got first class to JFK. The flight was uneventful and only 4.5 hours long, when I arrived I took Uber to his house. I arrived before and was bitten twice by Mosquitos. The weather was around 84, breezy and not very humid. We walked around and our first stop was a Mexican restaurant where we sat upstairs in the heat, and had tequila shots served and ...

        The Storm and the Show!

        A travel blog entry by elliotholly on Jan 25, 2015

        38 photos

        ... had calmed down so we went out to the Bronx zoo (one of the largest urban zoos in the world). It was nice to have a bit of space around us to breathe and to also get in some photos of the snow. The highlight of the trip was seeing two 9 and 12 days old Gorillas, it was a wonderful sight to see. We headed back via a stop off at Printers in Manhattan for our wall decal, for the show.

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        And we're off!

        A travel blog entry by pdixon on Oct 16, 2014

        11 comments, 9 photos

        Driving from New Haven to New York City.  That was a car ride that I wished would never end.  Just four months removed from college graduation, and only two months after coming home from San Francisco, I was off to Thailand to teach English (and Science, technically) for four months.  Oh, and I was stopping in Nepal on the way.  Did I know Thai? Nope. Nepali? Nope. Did I have a plan for Nepal? Nope.  Any clue how many classes I'd be ...

        The tree knows everything.

        A travel blog entry by watsonrtw on Sep 21, 2014

        1 comment, 24 photos

        ... believe that some of them need to be addressed by the government, but whatever you believe about 9/11, one thing is for sure. Nearly three thousand innocent people died that day and being here really drives home the human loss that can't really be felt from watching the events of that terrible day on the tv, viewed from the other side of the Atlantic. As I was leaving I walked over to look at the Survivor Tree. It's a pear tree that was found by a police ...

        Travel to The Big Apple

        A travel blog entry by ozray on Sep 16, 2014

        5 photos

        ... br> It ended up taking us about 40 minutes to walk and Jeremy, the host was there waiting for us. He also had to go out so we thanked him for waiting and we quickly got changed, made the 15 minute walk to the theatre and collected out tickets with 10 minutes to spare, so we cut it pretty fine, but we were happy we made it. No time to eat so we just paid a ridiculous sum of $20 for just a bottle of water, a small Pringles chips and a Coke to tide us ...