Inn On Second

Address: 60 Second Street, Brooklyn, New York, 11231, United States | Inn
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This inn, located on 60 Second Street, Brooklyn, is near Carroll Gardens, Smith Street, Brooklyn Borough Hall, and Gowanus Canal.
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      Are You Jewish?

      A travel blog entry by azcook on Oct 12, 2014

      18 photos

      ... home with a stop at Lenny and Johns Pizza on Flatbush Ave. Ted had seen it the day before on his exploration run and thought it looks like a good place to eat. Boy, was he right. Sheree had lasagna and Ted a calzone, then we shared a cheesecake and two small cannelloni. It was a great meal for $20. We got back to Sparky and had a few neighbors who had found this spot as well. We decided to run the generator because the fridge has been working for several ...

      Madison Square Garden

      A travel blog entry by ryan.grant on Sep 18, 2014

      1 photo

      ... goes back a long time and to finally find out about the history is just amazing.

      I was still a bit jet lagged so after the tour i went back to my hotel straight after the tour.

      Later on in the day I couldn't help my self but to have a look around a spoil myself to have a look in some of the famous shops around New York. Later on during the night I just relaxed and ordered room service while I watched a few movies.

      Day 18 - Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island

      A travel blog entry by jenniferstokes on Jul 17, 2014

      1 comment, 24 photos

      ... room and several smaller rooms upstairs used to process the immigrants. This island has been restored beautifully and serves as such an important piece of family history for millions of Americans. It was a very unique experience to walk through the first building that my great-grandfather saw when he arrived here 100 years ago. That was where my American family's story started. Karma paid me back on the ferry ride back to Battery Park - there were no lines and no ...

      Island of Hope, Tears....and Street Food!

      A travel blog entry by mwereley on Jun 08, 2014

      9 photos

      ... of street food carts that serve as the most proper lunch of tourists and workers alike in NYC! Gyros, hot dogs, falafel, knish, beef patties, kabobs-- you name it...right there, on the street. Oh if a Wooster could have such a selection of ethnic food options (and this was just one corner of one block). We walked back to the hotel, changed and geared up for the flight taking us to next stop back in time! Tomorrow-- ...

      New York, New York

      A travel blog entry by owilliams on Apr 14, 2014

      7 photos

      ... to explore the city a bit to get some food and headed back on to the subway to a station we'd been at before that seemed relatively central. When we got above ground though there wasn't really anything around, so we had a bit of a look at the map and decided we'd head to my favourite place in the world, just down the road from where we were, Times Square! I was very pleased and Boylan enjoyed his first (I'm planning more!) look around the ludicrously brightly lit square. As it ...