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  • City Tours - CityPass, New York City

    1. City Tours - CityPass

    New York has so much to see and a lot of it is very expensive and accompanied by long queues. One of the best things you can invest in is a pass that will let you see the sights you want for a...

  • Times Square, New York City

    2. Times Square

    A Major commercial intersection TIMES SQUARE is the brightly illuminated hub of the Broadway Theater District in midtown Manhattan. It is at the junction of Broadway and 7th Avenue and stretches from...

  • Empire State Building, New York City

    3. Empire State Building

    Here are some must-see's and must-do's in New York: 1.) Empire State Building (the queue here tends to be longer than at "Top of the Rock") 2.) Top of the Rock (shorter queue means less wait &...

  • Statue of Liberty - Ellis Island, New York City

    4. Statue of Liberty - Ellis Island

    The Statue of Liberty is probably the most famous Statue in the world, and most popular, just put statue in Google search and it will offer you the The Statue of Liberty. One of the most visited sites...

  • Broadway Shows, New York City

    5. Broadway Shows

    If you are a huge fan of the many broadway shows in the theater district that is just a stone's throw away from Tinmes Square and more of the budget kind and have a flexible hours and dates of...

  • Ground Zero, New York City

    6. Ground Zero

    The primary building of the new World Trade Center complex, the FREEDOM TOWER or officially, One World Trade Center or 1WTC, is a 104-story skyscraper. Its construction is part of an effort to...

  • Battery Park, New York City

    7. Battery Park

    Whilst on our Circle Line Ferry Cruise as we passed the Financial District in Lower Manhattan we saw helicopters continually landing and taking off from the heliport at the edge of the river. It was...

  • Central Park, New York City

    8. Central Park

    I must say reading clareabee's posting makes a lot of sense and I'm guilty of almost not doing my part. I went on a photo safari this summer in Central Park and it was great. The guy leading the photo...

  • Internet Access, New York City

    9. Internet Access

    I have a sony ericsson unlocked phone and when i get to usa, i use the prepaid card of T Mobile. ATT also offers sim cards. they are ten cents per minute to use, to call within usa or to receive a...

  • Staten Island & Staten Island Ferry, New York City

    10. Staten Island & Staten Island Ferry

    Why pay the admittance fees of the Liberty Island tour and then not get to go up in the statue of Liberty? See the statue up close and FREE by taking the Staten Island Ferry from the city to Staten...

  • Rockefeller Center, New York City

    11. Rockefeller Center

    Jeff Koons's highly recognizable dog named Puppy - a symbol of "love, warmth and happiness" - has been exhibited in the U.S. for the first time above Manship's Prometheus in the sunken plaza in front...

  • Panoramic View, New York City

    12. Panoramic View

    Although seeing New York skyline was not a goal, if you look around you when you ride the ferry, you WILL see it. Of course the twin towers of the World Trade Center are no longer there, but since I...

  • Brooklyn Bridge, New York City

    13. Brooklyn Bridge

    It's one of the best walks in the World! We walked across from Brooklyn, stayed in a home stay there for a week. What a great place. Smith St is choc a bloc full of cafes and restaurants, French,...

  • Greenwich Village, New York City

    14. Greenwich Village

    Greenwich Village is one of the most famous parts of Manhattan known for its historical culture and art. It is very beautiful part of the city where one can just hang around, do some shopping, sit in...

  • NYC Websites, New York City

    15. NYC Websites

    Walking routes in New York Give NY back to us Dutchies! New York seen from the Statue of Liberty

  • Chrysler Building, New York City

    16. Chrysler Building

    Topping out at 1046 feet (not counting its spire), the Chrysler Building was one of the first in the world to break the psychologically significant height barrier of a thousand feet. Completed in 1930...

  • Midtown, New York City

    17. Midtown

    It makes us feel very at home once we got inside the consulate. There were books, latest "El Periodica" and all the Spanish as well as Catalan newspaper for everyone; it even has few latest issues of...

  • Gramercy - Union Square, New York City

    18. Gramercy - Union Square

    Personally I don't think this is such a great Farmer's Market. I have been to some really nice local markets in California and Pennsylvani and find that their goods are quite limited. It doesn't...

  • Soho District, New York City

    19. Soho District

    Soho is possibly my favourite neighborhood in New York. There are several reasons for this. These include the superb shopping here, the excellent restaurants, the lively bars and the amazing art...

  • Dining, New York City

    20. Dining

    It was getting late and though we had only sampled a small portion of what we had come looking for, we opted for a quick savory pancake and some hot soy milk at a street stand up restaurant before...

  • Skyscrapers, New York City

    21. Skyscrapers

    Dunkin donuts, MoMA, Guggenheim, Empire State Building, Central Park, China Town, Tribeca, Park Avenue, Union Square, Peer 17, United Nations, Brooklyn Bridge, oof come on... Dunkin donuts, MoMA,...

  • Walking, New York City

    22. Walking

    The attractions of New Yprk City in General and Manhattan in particular are many and varied and located across many areas. If you plan to tour many of the popular attractions around Manhattan and you...

  • Flatiron Building, New York City

    23. Flatiron Building

    The Fuller Building or as it is better known, the Flatiron Building, is located in the borough of Manhattan, and was one of the tallest buildings in New York City upon its completion in 1902. The...

  • South Street Seaport, New York City

    24. South Street Seaport

    A wonderful place to spend a day, the South Street Seaport offers a preserved historic district, an old seaport. It is located down Fulton Street towards Pier 17. There are many ships that you may...

  • Wall Street, New York City

    25. Wall Street

    The New York Stock Exchange has been called the nerve center of the world's economy, and increasingly it's being guarded as if its Fort Knox. You'll have to walk past post 9/11 barricades and police...

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