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New York City Hop-on Hop-off Tour
"Enjoy pre-recorded tour narration in 11 different languages! In addition to live tour guides in English you can choose pre-recorded narration in English French Spanish German Italian Portuguese Mandarin
From $54.00
 
New York City Hop-on Hop-off Tour
"Enjoy pre-recorded tour narration in 11 different languages! In addition to live tour guides in English you can choose pre-recorded narration in English French Spanish German Italian Portuguese Mandarin
From $54.00
 
Double Decker Hop-On-Hop-Off Bus and Times Square Dining Experience
"This 3-day Hop-On Hop-Off Double-Decker bus pass includes four bus loops: The Downtown Tour Uptown Tour Brooklyn Tour NY at Night Tour! With this pass you will also receive free admission to the Museum of the City of New York a free bike rental in Central Park and a cruise around Liberty Island!Hop-on and off at the various stops on your loop or take the whole loop around and see world-famous landmarks including One World Trade Center
From $83.00

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Safe and less than safe areas

I lived in Brooklyn for 15 years. Crown Heights and East Flat-bush to be exact. My Homie live in Flat-bush for 25 years, none of us have been robbed or harmed in any way. We partied all over the...
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Parks at Night

As wonderful as Brooklyn parks are during the day, I have learned not to hang around them during the nighttime. A friend and I had a bad experience with some drunk, underage teens who were looking to...
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Non-working pay phones

Make sure you have a working cell, and if you don't, get a prepaid phone, even if it's for a couple of days. That is the only tool that can make a nightmare of an evening turn into a pleasurable view...
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Pedestrian Danger

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Snow storms

Many trains in Brooklyn are running on bridges and not in tunnels. When it snows heavily Subway may not operate, then your only transportation is a bus, which is always packed and runs once in a blue...
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Jan 09, 2004

sometimes the world seems to...

sometimes the world seems to want to go under....:-0Didn't really look like that, was justmy digicam going crazy on me....
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Aug 26, 2002
 
 
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333 Adams Street, New York City, New York, 11201, United States
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370 4th Ave, Brooklyn, New York, 11215, United States
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228 Duffield Street, Brooklyn, New York, 11201, United States
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625 Union St, New York City, New York, 11215, United States
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3218 Emmons Ave, Brooklyn, New York, 11235, United States
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Top Things to Do in Brooklyn

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Brooklyn Bridge

Midtown has some great shots from the Brooklyn Bridge at night. This is one of the most photographed bridges in the world, but in contrast to hometown favorite, San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge,...
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New York Aquarium

As a child I remember my parents taking us to the aquarium at least once every summer, usually after a few hours of spending time in Coney Island. I recall that my mom would go nuts looking for me...
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Botanical Garden

The gardens are a wonderful place to find yourself in. Although not as big as the New York Botanical Gardens, they still deserve a visit. As a child I would visit the gardens on special occasions,...
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Coney Island

Coney Island is so infamous for a reason. Sure, it's undergone some recent development (Luna Park) and now you're less likely to get tetanus from walking on the sand, but there's still a good amount...
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Prospect Park

Prospect Park is the largest park in Brooklyn; 585-acre acres. It was designed in 1865 by Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux after they completed Central Park. Prospect Park contains a 90 acre...
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Grand Army Plaza

Meant as a grand entrance to Prospect Park, the Arch was designed by John H. Duncan (he later went on to design Grant’s Tomb in NYC) after being choosen by two experts appointed by the Soldiers and...
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Top 5 Brooklyn Writers

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"Brooklyn can't be Beat"
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PA2AKgirl

"NYC's unlikely destination"
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Gypsystravels

"I was born in this town...."
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chodearm

"Brooknam"
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"Brooklyn"
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