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36 Hour on the Brooklyn Water Front

By Ronaldo Cuzco

A place where all are welcome

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No matter where you’re from, there’s a place in Brooklyn where you can call home. Brooklyn is a diverse borough of New York. You can find yourself a little Italy, China town and many more, if you want diversity than your coming to the right spot. Here in Brooklyn, you tend to find a lot of restaurants big or small business with a lot of history because some of these restaurants go back generations and are kept alive and passed down generations, and by doing so the history and culture of Brooklyn will always be kept alive. So, go ahead and explore the what Brooklyn has to offer.


4 p.m.


If your traveling with your family or your alone or even as a couple, you could take the F, Q, N, or D train straight to Coney Island but first stop by the NYAQUARIUM. You could buy tickets online or in person, tickets for children of age 2 or under ($FREE) and for all ages 3 and over tickets are ($11.95). Get the chance to experience 4-D Theater, penguin feedings, sea Otter feedings and a walk around the aquarium park. However, be mindful, you’ll be spending about 2 to 3 hours roaming and seeing all what the aquarium has to offer.

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7 p.m.

  1. Coney Island Museum

The Coney Island Museum is land mark headquarters, it’s actually its 100th birthday this fall, its New York’s oldest home for freaks, and merfolk. Here you’ll be able to taste the culture of Coney Island through innovative exhibitions, performances and you’ll also get to see circus slideshows, art paintings and many more.

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9 p.m.

3) Totonno’s Pizza

Now after all that walking grab a yourself a seat at Totonno’s Pizzeria, it’s one of Coney island’s oldest yet still keeping up to its standards type of pizzeria, and it’s been open since 1924 by Anthony Pero. Average cost for two people is roughly around ($60), you’ll probably definitely want to start off with a large pie ($20.50) and with topping in extra ($2.50) and while you’re at it just sit and lean back with a nice cold beer while for the best pizza in Coney land.



11 a.m.

4) Amusement Park

Traveling with family or not, you’re never to old to stop at one of the oldest amusement park in Coney Island, Luna Park. Everyone from all over the world come to even just to the most famous and ancient rides in Coney Island which is The Cyclone. The cyclone is a wooden roller coaster that opened in June 26, 1927, as of this year it just reached it 90th birthday of opening. Try if you dare but you won’t get the experience you get on the cyclone no where else, but if your traveling with family you’ll want to take your kids to the kid sections or even go as a family on the wonder wheel.









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5) Nathans pizzeria

Grab yourself a bite at Coney Island Nathan’s Famous, this establishment is one of the oldest fast food restaurant on the Coney Island board walk. It’s been open since 1916 and once you get to try one of its world famous beef hot dog, chili cheese dog or even it’s chili dog and you’ll be begging for more. What could possibly be better then making your mouth water with the delicious hotdog or sandwich and getting a view on the Coney Island beach and don’t worry about what time of year it is because it’s open all year long.


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6 p.m.

6) Nathans Hot Dog Contest

Tick tock tick tock, that time of year will be here sooner then you think, time flies by, next you know it the Nathans hot dog eating contest will be taking place. Nathans conest is held one a year and this years winners were Joey and Miki, and if you’re a hot dog lover then maybe you should start training up and then we might even see your name on the wall of fame. Just 204 more days and you might get the chance to wittness the ineternational hotdog loving eaters.

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If you love fishing or want to see them caught go on the board walk and go straight down and you’ll see and get the chance to fish with these locals but make sure you bundle up cause during this time of year it tends to get really cold and especially you’re by the water. However, be prepared to catch a lot of baby sharks, they’re the ones that tend to come out at night but if your lucky you’ll catch a couple of fish and that might be tonight dinner.


8) Calm walks on the board walk

End your night with your family or alone or with your couple with a night stroll on the board walk, just seeing all the lights shining bright, it’s just a wonderful view that you’ll never forget. However come back in the summer and you’ll get to see the eautiful parades and fireworks every Friday, so please do come back because what Coney Island has to provide just isn’t all in one season.                       Photo credit :Ronaldo Cuzco


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Empire State Building

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The Empire state building is one of the tallest buildings in NYC, its located on Fifth Avenue between 33rd and 34th streets, and with a height of 1,250 feet. Just like any other attraction site there is always something unique and whats unique about going up to the 86th floor of the empire state building is the view that will definitely please your eyes as long as your not afraid of heights, and did i forget to mention, please bring your camera because you wont want to forget the view that the ESP provides, which is a beautiful scenery of central park, the Hudson River and The statue of liberty.


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Reflection of The Park Lane Hotel

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The most significant information i learned was about revenue management and the huge impact it has, for an example they need to make sure they are selling the the hotel at its maximum occupancy and Park lane’s average occupancy is 97% yearly. The revenue management department doesn’t only work with numbers, they also work with promoting their site and make sure people see their site before they see a online travel agency (OTA). I also learned about how housekeeping strands are met, for an example at the Park Lane hotel have communication  by utilizing walk-talkies in order to make sure where they are and to make sure they their on task. On the tour i also saw some expression of hospitality like when we were heading to the cafeteria and a man was passing by and he held the door for on of his co workers probably thinking that he was going to head out, you might say this is just manners but its what hospitality is all about. Overall i enjoyed the tour and learned many things and heard some advice from some of the workers there for when i do work at a hotel, like not bringing your problems to work, always keeping a smile, and also the front desk manager said “try to focus at least on one person throughout their stay and make it memorable for them so for when they do come back, they’ll remember you and might even ask for you”.

Ronaldo Cuzco E-Profile Edit

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Hello, I’m a freshman in the department of hospitality Management. Some of my personal strengths is to stay on task, work well as a team, quick learner, and able to adapt to new work environments. For insistence I’ve worked at a dining restaurant as a busser, a server at fast food restaurants, and an assistant cook at a pizzeria. My academic goal is to get my bachelor’s degree in Hospitality, and join clubs to boost my resume. My career goal is to work in a well know hotel and move up the rank in job positions like from the front desk up to general manager by using my personal strengths to get there. I enjoy helping others, I use to tutor students in math in my high school, I also volunteer at a religious group every Friday from 7:20pm- 9:30 pm and I’m bilingual. Over all I have had a lot of interactions with people and with all these experiences I believe it will help me and lead me to a bright successful future in the hotel management career.