Help
FORUMS › General Discussions › Fitness › Central Park
TOPIC: Central_Park
Created by: sardukar
Original Starting post for this thread:
this weekend was just plain fantastic..8 miles run around the lake I still can not walk properly..he he he...there were like 10000 people. I saw 8 year old and 80 year old joggers kudos, very inspirational.

1  2  Next »
1 to 10 of 11
User Details are only visible to members.
very tough area. but now if you dont have plenty of$$$ cant live there. huge change. very hip now. neighborhood has always been there. is the ppl.

Jamaica NY
Username hidden
(889 posts)
User Details are only visible to members.
lccouple123,

Ouch, Bushwick. I used to go through Eastern Parkway to go to school. I used to live in Starrett City at the time. Nice apartments, but I never want to return to NY again (In terms of living).

I remember one summer morning stopping at a light on Foster avenue, and a kid maybe 10 years old ran up to my window and offered me to buy Crack. At the time, I had no clue what Crack is. Not a good area at all.

Username hidden
(17355 posts)
User Details are only visible to members.
Williamsburg sorry autoincorrect...

New York NY
Username hidden
(431 posts)
User Details are only visible to members.
thats great seduction!! we used to go to maccarren pool back in the .....williamsburg is sooo cool. is one of those places that you can walk and dont give a f.... about anything. we come from not far from wburg, in bushwick.

Jamaica NY
Username hidden
(889 posts)
User Details are only visible to members.
You mean Williamsburg?

I remember Williamsburg when it was nothing but industry and Polish immigrants. I used to work on Wythe street ;), right by the water. We bought a warehouse there in the early 2002. And flipped it. Wish that we had waited, it was right on the water.

Username hidden
(17355 posts)
User Details are only visible to members.
Williamson the best place you want to be.. Bedford ave..especially the German beer place..awesome..

New York NY
Username hidden
(431 posts)
User Details are only visible to members.
seduction, how about williamsburg. is like the brooklyn west village.

Jamaica NY
Username hidden
(889 posts)
User Details are only visible to members.
Brooklyn is getting gentrified for sure, it's like little Manhattan, particularly DUMBO, an downtown area. The Russians gentrified Brighton, Manhattan Beach, Sheepsheadbay and even Bensonhurst ;).

Username hidden
(17355 posts)
User Details are only visible to members.
At least they now split joggers from bickers. Joggers go on the left side, biker and roller-blades on the right side. Traffic is not much problem if you are patient..I drive all day down to Brooklyn and its OK parking is a problem...some charge $600 which is pure rip off.

New York NY
Username hidden
(431 posts)
User Details are only visible to members.
I love Central Park, and miss it, when we lived in Brooklyn, getting to the city was a piece of cake. We'd hang out in Central Park, occasionally bump into celebs (Saw Tony Danza roller blade like a maniac, Liam Neeson).

We're about an hour from the city now, but schlepping all the way to the city and then dealing with the traffic of the tunnels is just lunacy. The one thing that I do not miss is the traffic in NYC.

Username hidden
(17355 posts)
1  2  Next »
1 to 10 of 11
TOPIC: Central Park
This site does not contain sexually explicit images as defined in 18 U.S.C. 2256.
Accordingly, neither this site nor the contents contained herein are covered by the record-keeping provisions of 18 USC 2257(a)-(c).
Disclaimer: This website contains adult material. You must be over 18 to enter or 21 where applicable by law.
All Members are over 18 years of age.
Terms of Use | Privacy Policy
 
Copyright © 1998-2016 DashBoardHosting, LLC. All Rights Reserved.