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Bubba and Bean Lodges

jrl
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Bubba and Bean Lodges

Has anyone stayed at Bubba and Bean Lodges located at 1598 - Lexington Avenue, (Between 101st & 102nd Street)? Please rate it for me?

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1. Re: Bubba and Bean Lodges

Someone who looks suspiciously like an owner has touted them 3 times but not posted much else.

http://tinyurl.com/hkbwr

The area borders Spanish Harlem and is certainly not central. The neighborhood may be improving. I just don't know.

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Take that Whiz!!!!! lol

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That may have been the funniest post I have ever read. Whiz and other experts, Thanks for all you do to make this site informative!

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5. Re: Bubba and Bean Lodges

What's a "recreational home"?

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Why so defensive? Whiz just says she doesn't know the area but that it's not very central. I live a few blocks away, and I agree that it's not central.

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10. Re: Bubba and Bean Lodges

Just to clarify usage of the word "city" in "American English" vs "Oxford English".

You ARE in the city. Lexington Avenue at 101st Street is quite within the borders of New York City. In fact, you're still on the island of Manhattan, which is what most people think of as the only part of NYC. Lastly, the neighborhood is urban, so I'd hardly call that area rural or suburban.

Sounds like SassJ meant what we would call "midtown" or "downtown".

(Thanks for writing the review, by the way. Very informative!)