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New York City little known points of interest

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Alley leading to Unisphere in Flushing Meadows...

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OK. We had a weird spring but it looks like summer is about to kick in big time. Need a great place to stay while in New York enjoying this summer weather? Look no further than this bed and breakfast with a unique name: Patrice-Lorie Company.

Patrice-Lorie is a colonial house built back in 1906 in Queens, New York. It opened for business in 2001 after being restored and remodeled in 1995. It is conveniently located 2 blocks from the Long Island Railroad Hollis stop and is also close to NYC subway E, F, and J trains. 3 miles from nearest airport, JFK. Limited on street parking.

Rates are reasonable. $125.oo for single occupancy, $150.00 for double occupancy. $100 deposit is required at time of reservation. Accommodations include kitchenette. There is no minimum stay required. Children are welcome but no childcare is provided. Check in is 1:30pm and check out is noon. Continental breakfast, afternoon snacks and non-alcoholic beverages are included with room rate. Breakfast is served from 8am to 11am. Lunch and dinner is available by special request for $delivery menu.

This is a great place for a romantic escape, peaceful retreat or family vacation. The area boasts fine dining, museum, Flushing Meadow Park, Shea Stadium/Citi Field-home of the Mets baseball team, Arthur Ashe Stadium for the tennis buffs and is excellent if visiting college children at St. John’s University or York College.

Innkeepers are Pat and Wayne. Contact them at 718-740-6348. The address is 196-14 100 Avenue in the Hollis area of Queens, NY 11423. Note-there is a cat on the property.

So come and enjoy another Nugget in the Hood and tell them we told you about it!

 

BTW: there is a bakery on the premises and their signature dish is cherry, pineapple, blueberry or strawberry cheesecake! There goes the diet.

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May 29, 2011 - Posted by | General | , , , , , , ,

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