Chelsea Center East

Address: 83 Essex Street, 2nd Floor, New York City, New York, 10002, United States | Inn
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This inn, located in the Lower East Side area of New York City, is near Lower East Side Tenement Museum, Lower East Side, The Enthusiastic Gourmet, and The Enthusiastic Gourmet.
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Travel Blogs from New York City

Day 29 New York

A travel blog entry by hunterroad on Sep 02, 2015

... at Choza Taqueria. I ate Carbanzo Y Hongos which is chick peas, mushrooms, crema, salsa negra and avocado. Bill ate a chicken tamale and a cheese tamale with hot sauce. The black beans that come with both dishes were delicious,

Walked ...


A travel blog entry by u2shadow on Jul 15, 2015

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So today was our first day to visit NYC. It dawned sunny but not overly hot (if only that had held true for our other days). We were able to hop right on a bus and get right over to Port Authority. From there, we were a little fuzzy on the subway (we should have had a paper map right from the start - the map on my iPad app was a little harder to decipher). We walked up to Bryant Park so hubby could enjoy his morning coffee that he got from a street ...

A few days into New Yorker life!

A travel blog entry by elliotholly on Jan 19, 2015

1 comment, 18 photos

... Hilton Gardens Inn was calling, we hit the sack around 4:30am.

16 January 2015
Our first proper day in New York, we got a Uber Taxi over to our new home in Brooklyn...462 State Street. Explored the local area and chilled out.

17 January 2015
We headed up to a Farmers Market in Fort Greene, then down to Prospect Park. The lake ...

Growing up is overrated

A travel blog entry by nyandbackagain on Nov 14, 2014

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... worked. In fact a number of people have asked me for directions or the like. There are only three reasons I can think (a) I look friendly or approachable (b) I look like I know what I am doing (c) Americans are just more likely to ask random strangers what to do and where to go. I will let you decide which (feel free to comment. Perhaps I should have a poll?) For me personally I think the only likely option is the last one!

I suppose you are all wondering what happened to ...

Going to New York

A travel blog entry by 4memorieswego on Oct 15, 2014

... and one restrained in a wheel chair who appeared to have some significant issues. We also noticed one African American woman with her small baby girl strapped or wrapped on her. She was amazing! As she walked past us on the way out, we thought that she was one tough lady.

We finally boarded around 5:15, about a half hour late. Small plane, just 4 across with an aisle down the middle. Not too many frills to flying these days. ...

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