Brooklyn - the former home of the Brooklyn Dodgers of Ebbets field fame is the most
densely populated of all the boroughs and you could say it is truly the inner borough as
once you are in Brooklyn, the only way to get out of New York City is by going through
another borough.

General Questions and Answers:

I would like to take my mother back to see her old neighborhood in
Williamsburg, any suggestions as far as a historical tour?  Also could you
recommend a good Jewish restaurant in the vicinity?

I live in the Canarsie area and I am not that familiar with the Williamsburg area.   
However I can recommend a great Kosher Deli called Adelman's at 1906 Kings Hwy.
phone number (718) 336-4915.  The Corned Beef and Pastrami sandwiches are piled
high and real tasty served with old fashioned Cream Soda!

What are some fun sights and attractions to see in Brooklyn?

Coney Island
Coney Island is where New York's largest amusement park is located.  and home to the
famous Cyclone Roller Coaster ride.  First opened in 1927, the Cyclone continues to
maintain its place as one of the best roller coasters in the country.  

During baseball season, you can catch the Mets minor league affiliate the Brooklyn
Cyclones as they play their games at Keyspan park.

No stop to Coney Island would be complete without tasting a Hot Dog from the Original
Nathans.  Yes, this is the same Nathans that hosts that infamous hot dog eating contest
every 4th of July.  

Best way of getting to the Coney Island area is by taking the F, Q, or W trains to Stilwell
Avenue which is the last stop.

Brooklyn Bridge
There are 3 bridges that connect Brooklyn to Manhattan but none are more famous than
the Brooklyn Bridge.  Completed in 1883,  the bridge
remains one of  New York's architectural wonders.  Tip to Tourists:  If any one tries
selling you the Brooklyn Bridge, be wary, they might not actually own it!

Prospect Park
A beautiful park located in the heart of Brooklyn.  Not as well known as Central Park in
Manhattan, Prospect Park has many hidden treasures including:
Long Meadow - the longest stretch of unbroken meadow of any urban park in the the
United States.
Wollman Rink - Ice Skating in the Winter and Pedal boating on a lake in the Summer
Prospect Park Zoo - The only zoo in Brooklyn.
The Carousel - A great place to take the kids featuring a $1 merry-go-round.

Brooklyn Museum of Art
Not far from Prospect Park is the Brooklyn Museum of Art which is one of the
largest museums in the country.  It's collection includes paintings, sculptures and
decorative arts from Africa, Asia, Ancient Egypt, the Pacific, and the Americas.
The museum is located at 200 Eastern Parkway.  You can take either the 2 or subway