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Offline 1marieta

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vacanta
« on: Thursday 06 May 2010, 09:29:34 »
Am mai intrebat in anii trecuti, dar revin cu o intrebare caci am uitat,
Caut hotel pentru 3-4 zile New-York, aproape de zonele turistice, sa fie curat
si sigur, adica ceva normal nu 10 stele, dar curatel, mersi
 
 
 
 


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Re: vacanta
« Reply #1 on: Thursday 06 May 2010, 09:35:52 »
daca stiti si unul de 1-2 nopti, va rog sa puneti aici si pe alea. ma intereseaza si pe mine pt long weekend din iulie. daca are si parcare ar fi super :)
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Re: vacanta
« Reply #2 on: Thursday 06 May 2010, 09:37:03 »
Intrebarea fiind...?


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Re: vacanta
« Reply #3 on: Thursday 06 May 2010, 09:39:31 »
daca stiti si unul de 1-2 nopti, va rog sa puneti aici si pe alea. ma intereseaza si pe mine pt long weekend din iulie. daca are si parcare ar fi super :)

Hotelurile din Manhattan nu prea au parcari proprii, dar au conventie cu parcarile de care abunda locul.

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Re: vacanta
« Reply #4 on: Thursday 06 May 2010, 09:41:15 »
Hotelul Melia Grand Hermitage de la bulgari uite aici o poza e all inclusive de la 53 de EURO pe luna.
 
Si primarul din Clejani a fost acolo saptamana trecuta si i-a placut mult de tot.
 
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Re: vacanta
« Reply #5 on: Thursday 06 May 2010, 09:42:01 »
Am mai intrebat in anii trecuti, dar revin cu o intrebare caci am uitat,
Caut hotel pentru 3-4 zile New-York, aproape de zonele turistice, sa fie curat
si sigur, adica ceva normal nu 10 stele, dar curatel, mersi
io la asta merg de obicei: http://www.clubquarters.com/loc_nyWallStreet.aspx
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Re: vacanta
« Reply #6 on: Thursday 06 May 2010, 10:04:32 »
fac acum cross-posting - am vazut aceasi intrebare in alt loc, o prietena de a mea se duce pt 4 zile la new york si isi cauta cazare, a fost sfatuita sa incerce http://www.airbnb.com - rent direct de la oameni. plus, exista couch surfing - http://www.couchsurfing.org/ sunt sigur ca sunt oameni care vor sa viziteze montreal :)
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Re: vacanta
« Reply #7 on: Thursday 06 May 2010, 21:21:06 »
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Re: vacanta
« Reply #8 on: Thursday 06 May 2010, 21:26:52 »
cauta in New Jersey, e peste apa si ai transport la 15-30 minute.

inainte de a mere intra pe www.priceline.com si vezi daca nu poti obtine un pret bun.
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Re: vacanta
« Reply #9 on: Thursday 06 May 2010, 21:33:04 »
 8) noi la asta mergem de obicei:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q_G-murPF84&feature=related

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“La început sunt mici, dar în curgerile lor devin mai puternice şi mai profunde, si odata ce au pornit nu mai fac cale-ntoarsă. Asa se întâmplă cu râurile, cu anii si cu prieteniile.”    Vechi verset sanscrit

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Re: vacanta
« Reply #10 on: Thursday 06 May 2010, 21:33:13 »
Hotelul Melia Grand Hermitage de la bulgari uite aici o poza e all inclusive de la 53 de EURO pe luna.
 
Si primarul din Clejani a fost acolo saptamana trecuta si i-a placut mult de tot.
 
Uite ce fata are  :grin:

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Re: vacanta
« Reply #11 on: Thursday 06 May 2010, 21:33:25 »
cauta in New Jersey, e peste apa si ai transport la 15-30 minute.

inainte de a mere intra pe www.priceline.com si vezi daca nu poti obtine un pret bun.

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Re: vacanta
« Reply #12 on: Thursday 06 May 2010, 21:34:42 »
“La început sunt mici, dar în curgerile lor devin mai puternice şi mai profunde, si odata ce au pornit nu mai fac cale-ntoarsă. Asa se întâmplă cu râurile, cu anii si cu prieteniile.”    Vechi verset sanscrit

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Re: vacanta
« Reply #13 on: Thursday 06 May 2010, 21:35:32 »
daca nu stie unde se duce in NJ poa' sa devina f. creepy experienta, mai ales in Jersey City care nu e din cale-afara de sigur.

daca tot e stat inafara Manhattanului mai bine se duc in Brooklyn (Hotel Nu de ex.) sau in Astoria sau chiar in Queens, macar alea sunt pe linia de metrou care duce in Manhattan.

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Re: vacanta
« Reply #14 on: Thursday 06 May 2010, 22:29:04 »
Fuck you Columbus and your curiosity

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Re: vacanta
« Reply #15 on: Friday 07 May 2010, 09:15:12 »
Caut hotel pentru 3-4 zile New-York, aproape de zonele turistice, sa fie curat
si sigur, adica ceva normal nu 10 stele, dar curatel, mersi


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THE BASICS
Think of everything that’s ever irked you about the “boutique hotel experience”: the zombie staff; the overhyped scene and undersize rooms; hitting your head on some Philippe Starck chandelier while groping for an elusive light switch. Well, the people have spoken, and Andaz, a new Hyatt brand, listened. The Andaz Wall Street, which opened in January, was impeccably designed by the Rockwell Group — the New York firm behind several W Hotels, Nobu restaurants and the stage sets of this year’s Academy Awards — with clever but not overbearing surprises like multifunctional furniture and an “open concept” bar. To be sure, one could say it feels a bit focus-grouped and corporate. But you won’t have problems turning on the lights.

LOCATION
On Wall Street, in a former Barclays Bank building constructed in 1982. You’re close to tourist sites like Trinity Church, the South Street Seaport and, of course, ground zero. Nonetheless, despite a residential surge in recent years, the area can still feel desolate, especially during off-hours. But if you’re closing a million-dollar deal nearby, this is the spot.

THE ROOM
Spacious, airy and open — almost loftlike — with dark wood floors, light wood cabinetry, automatic blackout screens and handy one-touch light settings (“All Off,” “All On,” “Relax,” “Work,” “Nightlight”). The multipurpose furniture in my standard room offered clever configurations: spin the armoire and you’ll find a full-length mirror. Spin it again and it reveals the minibar. The desk doubles as a media center that doubles as a vanity when you realize the flat-screen TV is backed by a mirror; a bench pulls out from underneath. It might sound complicated, but it’s not.

THE BATHROOM
A palette of black travertine, sandstone and tile floors, with smoky glass and mirrors. The toilet was separate, as was the roomy shower stocked with Bigelow bath products. The highlight, however, was the extra-large tub. Separated from the main room by panes of glass, it was big enough to fit a small family (though, with its stingy tap, it took over 30 minutes to fill).

AMENITIES
Free Wi-Fi and local telephone calls? Check. Free minibar sodas, water, Terra Chips, Clif Bars and Dagoba chocolates? Check, check, check. (Sadly, beer and liquor cost extra.) Not only was my room big (big check), but the lobby was a warm, living-room-like space where I was promptly informed of the free 24-hour snack table and evening-hours wine by an attentive hostess. For my taste, the staff was a bit overfriendly in that “Hi, my name is Jenny and I’ll be your server tonight” sort of way. But who’s complaining? The hotel also has a “locally sourced farm-to-table restaurant” called Wall & Water, the “open concept” bar (picture drink stations at your table); a well-equipped fitness center; meeting rooms and other business services.

ROOM SERVICE
There’s an extensive menu that includes 24-hour breakfasts, make-your-own salads and sandwiches, and straightforward entrees like spaghetti Bolognese and organic chicken breast. I ordered a late-night snack of a Black Angus hamburger ($16) — it was a bit more than a “snack”— and it arrived in just under 15 minutes.

THE BOTTOM LINE
For a business-oriented boutique hotel in Lower Manhattan, this seals the deal. Andaz Wall Street, 75 Wall Street (Water Street); (212) 590-1234; andaz.com. Standard rooms from $275.


By ARIC CHEN
Published: April 25, 2010
http://travel.nytimes.com/2010/04/25/travel/25checkin.html
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Re: vacanta
« Reply #16 on: Friday 07 May 2010, 16:30:17 »
mersi studiez , mersi mult