Bibi's Garden Bed and Breakfast

762 Westminster Road, Brooklyn, New York, 11230, United States
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What is the best place to stay in Brooklyn?

by Scabies

Hello, I'd like to stay in downtown Brooklyn for about a week. Could someone tell me a good hotel/motel/B&B/inn? I'm looking to spend about $75 - $100 a night.

Also, does anyone know approximately how much it costs by taxi to go from LaGuardia airport to downtown Brooklyn?

Thanks very much.

Lloyd

Re: What is the best place to stay in Brooklyn?

by djramey

The taxi is... I think 50 dollars from anywhere in the city to LGA.

What would you consider downtown Brooklyn? When you say downtown do you mean city centre or truely down-town?

For instance when we say downtown in the city we mean the actual southern part of it but some day downtown meaning the city centre.

Re: Re: What is the best place to stay in Brooklyn?

by Scabies

"A: The taxi is... I think 50 dollars from anywhere in the city to LGA.

What would you consider downtown Brooklyn? When you say downtown do you mean city centre or truely down-town?

For instance when we say downtown in the city we mean the actual southern part of it but some day downtown meaning the city centre."

Hey DJRamey, thanks for replying.

Hmm, I guess what I mean by downtown is let's say... "Borough Park" (I'm looking at a map and just throwing that area out).

I checked the Laguardia website and they estimate $23-$27 to get to "downtown" Brooklyn.
http://www.panynj.gov/aviation/lgataxiframe.html

The reason I asked on this forum anyway, is because I believe I would probably get a more accurate response. So what do you think: Are they being real?

Thanks again,

Lloyd

Downtown brooklyn

by penpoison

When the locals mean downtown brooklyn, they are talking about the city centre or the business district area not geographically on the map. In that case that would be around the metrotech area, fulton street mall, surrounded by brooklyn heights, fort greene and possibly around boerum hill and the river.

the easiest way to determine downtown brooklyn is to look at a map and see the neighborhoods close to the brooklyn and manhattan bridge.

borough park would not be considered downtown brooklyn.

Re: Downtown brooklyn

by Scabies

penpoison , thanks for the reply.

Another matter if you don't mind: how much do you think it would cost for a taxi ride from that area to LaGuardia? Also, how LONG would a transit ride instead take?

Thanks,
Lloyd

taxi ride

by penpoison

I think it would cost about $25 to $35 and take approximately 1 1/2 hour to 2 hours.

Re: taxi ride

by penpoison

Taxi ride would take considerably less time about 1/2 hour depending on traffic.

Re: What is the best place to stay in Brooklyn?

by softbomb

There's the MArriott hotel in downtown Brooklyn. Also nice B&B's in neighboring Cobble Hill and Park Slope

Travel Tips for Brooklyn

Brooklyn Academy of Music

by seagoingJLW

BAM, as it is known, offers a variety of excellent programs throughout the year. You will find the most revered actors working here. There are also musical performance, dance, and opera.

It is America.s oldest operating performing arts center. It is located at 30 Lafayette Avenue in Brooklyn. For information phone:
718-636-4100

Another Bridge in Brooklyn

by yooperprof

The Brooklyn Bridge gets all the fame and poetry, the Manhattan Bridge gets more traffic and one of the Metro lines.

A piece of trivia: of all the bridges that link Manhattan with the other boroughs, the Brooklyn and Manhattan bridges are the ones which are closest to one another.

Mischief in Park Slope

by TempNomad about Loki

Loki is a fairly low-key place with a long bar at the front and many couches and "coffee tables" in the back. It can seem swank or seedy, depending on your mood. It used to get really smoky - unless you went very early. Whatever you like...it depends if it's a first date or a group of buddies.

Best sushi in the Slope

by dogears about GEIDO Japanese Restaurant

The staff are always quick and usually very attentive. The owner always has a glass of good french red wine around for the regulars who fill the place to capacity by about 7 pm on most evenings. Expect a long wait for a table after that time on weekends. Appetizers - Delicious vinegared sushi 'Sunomono' and the avocado (with flying fish roe on top). ::

Rolls - Rainbow sushi roll (3 kinds of fish together) and the salmon skin roll are very good, and that's not counting the interesting specials often available.

It's been around forever

by PA2AKgirl about Brennan and Carrs

I went here a couple times and it's great in that really quick, cheap and messy way. They are known for their hot beef sandwiches which they take and dip in a vat of gravy. This pile of slop comes out and it's excellent! The fries are good too--to clean up the remaining slop. I know this isn't a very appetizing way to describe food, but I promise, it's great and like $4.00. I thought it was a German place when we drove by...I remember it having that sort of atmosphere, but they are listed under American cuisine. Like a lot of restaurants in Brooklyn, you can't linger. You get in, order, eat and get out in like a half hour. They are busy, so it's understandable.
Restaurants come and go without anyone really noticing in this city, so it's remarkable that this one has been here since 1938. They have a menu, but people go for the sandwiches. I don't even know what else is on the menu...

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