Sleep Inn Brooklyn
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It was a good hotel, had a good service. we were a group of fourteen people, nice acomodations. But, in our room, we had a problem with a leaky in the ceiling of the bathroom at 3 am, and when we called the reception to solve this problem, they sent us someone very fast,but the person couldn't speak english very well, luckly, I speak a little spanish, so i could understand him, and explain to my 3 roomates, who were from different countries, what was happening.Other than that, we don't have any complaints.
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I can't say enough about the amazing views from the bridge. It was a perfect day, in fact the weather has been great all week. You can see the busy New York Harbor and Statue of Liberty. On the Brooklyn side is a new greenspace known as Brooklyn Bridge Park. Not to be outdone, Manhattan is now ...
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... entertainment & a great feeling of walking amongst the buildings. We got off at 34th street, had lunch & then checked out free wi fi at Maceys (not bad), the Madison Square Park area - Flatiron Building (so sensational up close), Eataly NY (fantastically busy & such a great concept), walking through NYU & Union Square (psychology classroom with a window facing THE STREET!) and a cement dog park. Another huge day of walking and saw so ...
... under Manhattan Bridge overpass'. Apparently by the yuppie artsy lots who started to buy over the river in the 80s. When Brooklyn wasn't the Hipsterville Central it is now. My destination was Brooklyn heights - a place of beauty and tranquility in comparison to most parts of Manhattan. It's like Notting Hill before Hugh Grant. ...
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