C S asked:
I’ve gotten a booth at the Harlem Book Fair this year, and am trying to find a nice hotel, or bed and breakfast that is near the location:
West 135th Street, from Malcom X to Frederick Douglass Blvd. in Harlem. I was also wondering how far the bus station or La Gaurdia Airport would be from this area, and typical cab rates in case I end up staying somewhere that is a few miles out. I’ve tried researching it, but because I don’t know New York at all, it’s kind of hard to tell what’s what. I would really appreciate any information you could give me if you know of anything.
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I read a book a few years ago and really loved it. It was about a girl who was adopted. When she was 17 she went searching for her biological mother. Her search leads her to the town where her mother was born and she finds the house her mother lived in. The girl reads a diary her mother wrote and finds out that her mother had gotten pregnant when she was really young. After staying in the town and living in a bed and breakfast for a while with a hospitable woman, the girl comes to the end of her search and finds out where her mother is. Living in a city ( Boston or New York) the girls mother is, with her children from a marriage. The girl is surprised to see how rich and snooty her mother is, and after lunch with her mother ( After her mother recommends she wear chunky jewlry instead of the little yellow butterfly she was currently wearing) the girl realises that she loves her adopted mother and happily goes back to live with her.
I know it sounds like a know a lot about the book for not being able to find it, but I just can’t.
Also, I believe the mothers name is Julie.
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I’m planning to stay for 2 days w/ my hubby in the third week of December, and I’m looking for B&Bs around the tri-state area (NY, NJ, CT) but preferably along Route 23 in New York State (scenic route). I’ve been using www.bbonline.com but the cheapest I’ve come upon is $100/night. Now, I don’t want the B&B to be so cheap that I’m killing roaches, but I also don’t have loads of $$$$. I’d be ok with anything $50-$100 (at most). Is this wishful thinking, or can it be done? And if you’ve stayed in economical B&Bs, did you have a good experience? Thank you in advance!
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Ok, so here it is i have a bungalo bedroom that is white and wood so i want to have a hotel kind of like romantic getaway feeling kind of like those secret tucked away bed and breakfasts you happen to find while on a ski trip in new york so you get where i am going here? the colors will be black white and red but im kinda stuck i need ideas i want it romantic like candels poperi and picture frames ect so any ideas for nick nacs like those also appreciated
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I’ve seen this joke a lot (mostly on postcards) and I am wondering who its author is. Here’s a transcript of the joke (as transcribed here: http://www.klenger.net/humor/italian/italian.htm ):
“One day ima go to New York to a bigga hotel. I go down to eat soma breakfast. I tell the waitress I wanna two piss toast. She branga me only wona piss. I tell her I wanna two piss, she say go to the toilet, I say you no understand. I wanna two piss on my plate. She say you better not piss on the plate you sonna ma Bitch! I don’t even know the lady and she calla me sonna Ma Bitch.
Later, I go to eat soma lunch at Emma’s Restaurant, the waitress bringa me a spoon ana knife, but no fock. I tella her I wanna fock. She tallsa me everybody wanna fock. I tella her, you no understand, I wanna fock on the table. She say you better not fock on the table, you sonna Ma Bitch. I don’t even know the lady and she calla me sonna ma Bitch.
So I go back to my room inna hotel, an there’s no sheet on my bed. I calla the manager ana tell him I wanna sheet. He tells me to go to the toilet, So I say you no understand, I wanna sheet on the bed. He say you better not sheet on the bed, you sonna Ma Bitch. I don’t even know the man ana he call me sonna Ma Bitch.
I go to check out and the man at the desk, he say peace to you. I say piss onna you too, you sonna Ma Bitch.
I go back to Italy!!”
Train A leaves Los Angeles for New York averaging 50 miles per hour. At the same time Train B leaves New York?
for Los Angeles averaging 70 miles from New York to Los Angeles, which train wil be nearer Los Angeles when they pass?
Need recomendations for Virginia/Maryland area Country Inns and Bed and Breakfasts.
I’m open to any suggestions the area should have some local culture, like small museums or galleries, maybe some play theaters etc. I choose Virginia/Maryland, I’m really looking for 4-5 hour South/Southeast drive from New York City.
If the inn has a web site, that would be very helpful!
Hey I asked my dad to help me with the problem that Train A leaves New York at noon going 100 MPH, and Train B?
Jessie K asked:
leaves New York at 4 pm going 80 mph, so how long would it take train B to catch train A, and he said “Jessie, that train A has been trying to catch train B even when I was in school so if it’s still trying, it’s not going to happen.”
So does anyone out there want to hellp me for real he thinks he is funny but he’s not.
Can anyone suggest a good place for a week’s vacation within a half day-day’s drive of New York city?
My partner (from Germany) at work approached me and asked me for some local input in planning his two week vacation to New York city. He wants to spend the first week in they city, and then drive somewhere within a 1/2 day’s drive to spend the second week in a rented house or possibly a bed and breakfast either on the coast near a beach or in/near a national park with beautiful wooded scenery. He has a 10 year old and a 14 year old and would like to go somewhere with ‘beautiful trees, a state park, or something along the ocean with water sports’. I think he was thinking of something along the tri-state area coastal front, but he also seems receptive to state parks in-state/up-state New York or New Jersey, especially if there’s stuff for his kids to do (hiking, outdoors/water sports, etc.) Beautiful scenery and keeping his kids happy seem to be the priorities. Please send any links of places that you think fit the bill.
I want to stay at a Bed&Breakfast in Park Slope, located on 12th Street between 4th and 5th Avenue. Is this a safer neighborhood? I know New York is as safe as any other city; I’m just asking so I can make choices.
Can anyone recommend a nice cheap hotel or bed and breakfast close to the city for this weekend?
Also, can you travel from JFK to the City by Metro?
How long is it and what time does it stop?
I need a hotel that has these standards
Is in walking distance to 711 12th Avenue at 55th Street,
Has suites that hold 6 people (2 double Beds and a pull out mattress)
Has a Complementary Parking(On Site) and Complementary Breakfast(and it has a restaurant in it too)
If you can help your kindness will be greatly appreciated.