Residence Inn New Rochelle

Address: 35 LeCount Place, New Rochelle, Westchester County, New York, 10801, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 35 LeCount Place, New Rochelle, is near Pelham Bay Park, Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum, Pelham/Split Rock Golf Course, and Bronx Equestrian Center.
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      Travel Blogs from New Rochelle

      Day 53 - NYC

      A travel blog entry by samfader on Oct 23, 2014

      ... terrible weather. On the town was..interesting. Old school. Ash liked it because it was a throwback to old time New York and also old time musicals.jt was cute. I still wish we went to Chicago On our way home we had Vietnamese at Obao, I had the beef pho which came our not overly hot and I was pretty disappointed. Ash had a house speciality which was pretty ...

      New York - Central Park

      A travel blog entry by maddeng on Oct 02, 2014

      8 photos

      ... corner of Central Park during our short walk. There is so many other things to see here, it will be great to get back later on, if time permits.

      After Central Park, it was the “loooonnggg” walk up 5th Avenue back to the Hyatt. 16 blocks of fashion shops such as Tiffany, Armani, Coach with Marion – what did I ever do to deserve this? – but I made ...

      Wykagyl

      A travel blog entry by oil2014 on Sep 18, 2014

      10 photos

      ... and Alex Smith. The design of the golf course has evolved over the years, although the greens on the 1st, 7th, 9th, and 16th holes remain essentially unchanged from the original design. In the 1920s, several holes including the 5th and 6th were redesigned by Donald Ross, one of the most noted architects of the period. A. W. Tillinghast made additional changes in the 1930s, eliminating holes and improving others. In 1994, golf ...

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

      A travel blog entry by heinzdora on Aug 12, 2014

      105 photos

      ... 50 for both and the little lady drops her price quite quickly and shortly after she agrees to the $50 and shoves the bags into a black bag and we are ushered back upstairs. Jem is ecstatic with her purchases and now for the grand kiddies. We bargain down a Disney princesses watch from $11 to $5 and a frog toy for MJ from $12 to $5. Jem is so happy that Hinesh is with her to barter down her prices and we head home to chill out.

      After chilling out and freshening up we head out ...

      New York. New York. My kind of town!

      A travel blog entry by geehmantravels on Jul 05, 2014

      4 comments, 14 photos

      ... more. A Gourmet Food Cart Tour was fun and filling. We tasted Jamaican, Halal, Indian, Greek and Korean food before finishing with superb Belgian waffles. A highlight was to meet up with Margaret's cousin, Jennie, and her son Chris, in Central Park for lunch. Another was to see the Macy fireworks on 4th July from a perfect spot in Brooklyn. Chris turned into a real New Yorker, regularly crossing steets against the big red hand! ...