La guía, places to see, places to eat and cities near NY.

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La guía, places to see, places to eat and cities near NY.

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l recommend you rent a bike and tour the entire park. Subway 1 ) - Walk Downtown to 16th St & 8 Ave. Take the Blue line Inwood-207 St ( A ) Stop in 59 St - Columbus Circle ( 3 US$ 12 min. )
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Central Park
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l recommend you rent a bike and tour the entire park. Subway 1 ) - Walk Downtown to 16th St & 8 Ave. Take the Blue line Inwood-207 St ( A ) Stop in 59 St - Columbus Circle ( 3 US$ 12 min. )
Walk to W 18th St & 7th Ave, take Red line Downtown Local (1) Stop in South Ferry Station. 1)- l recommend you to take the Staten Island Ferry to see the Statue because its free ; ) 2)- Take the Ferry in Battery Park ( 19,25 US$ Adult, 14 US$ Senior + 62 years old, 9 US$ Children from 4 to 12 years old )
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Statua Wolności
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Walk to W 18th St & 7th Ave, take Red line Downtown Local (1) Stop in South Ferry Station. 1)- l recommend you to take the Staten Island Ferry to see the Statue because its free ; ) 2)- Take the Ferry in Battery Park ( 19,25 US$ Adult, 14 US$ Senior + 62 years old, 9 US$ Children from 4 to 12 years old )
You can't say you were in New York without visiting the Empire State Building. Go to the highest part of the building and see through the observatory this beautiful city. How you can get to the Empire State Building, 20 W 34th St, New York, NY 10001 1 )- Head northeast on 8th Ave toward W 19th St, Turn right onto W 33rd St (24 min.) 2 )- Walk to 7Av and W 18th St, take Red line Uptown / Bronx Local ( 1 ) Stop in 34 St- Penn Station, ( Exit via 7th Ave & 33 rd St at NE corner and walk to your right two blocks ) ( cost Subway 3US$ time 15 min. )
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Empire State Building
20 W 34th St
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You can't say you were in New York without visiting the Empire State Building. Go to the highest part of the building and see through the observatory this beautiful city. How you can get to the Empire State Building, 20 W 34th St, New York, NY 10001 1 )- Head northeast on 8th Ave toward W 19th St, Turn right onto W 33rd St (24 min.) 2 )- Walk to 7Av and W 18th St, take Red line Uptown / Bronx Local ( 1 ) Stop in 34 St- Penn Station, ( Exit via 7th Ave & 33 rd St at NE corner and walk to your right two blocks ) ( cost Subway 3US$ time 15 min. )
1 )- Head northeast on 8th Ave toward W 19th, turn onto your right W 43rd St and walk one block. ( 28 min ) 2 ) - Subway: ( take the Red line ( 1 ) to Van Cortlandt Park - 242 St ) in W 18th St & 7th Ave and Stop in Times Sq. 42 St. ( $ 2,75 US 12 min. ) 3 ) - Subway: Walk downtown to 14 St & 8 Av. Blue line A, C, E to Uptown, Stop in 42 St. - Port Authority Bus Terminal1, and walk one block to West. ( $ 2,75 US 12 min. ) Times Square is an intersection of avenues in Manhattan (New York, United States). Formerly called Plaza Longacre, it is located on the corner of Broadway Avenue and Seventh Avenue. It received its current name from the offices of The New York Times, which were located in the One Times Square building. The Times Square area is made up of the blocks between Sixth Avenue and Eighth Avenue that make up the western part of the Midtown Manhattan shopping area. Like Red Square in Moscow, Piccadilly Circus in London, Tian'anmen Square in Beijing and Shibuya in Tokyo, Times Square has become a global icon and symbol of New York City characterized by its animation and by luminous advertising.
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Times Square
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1 )- Head northeast on 8th Ave toward W 19th, turn onto your right W 43rd St and walk one block. ( 28 min ) 2 ) - Subway: ( take the Red line ( 1 ) to Van Cortlandt Park - 242 St ) in W 18th St & 7th Ave and Stop in Times Sq. 42 St. ( $ 2,75 US 12 min. ) 3 ) - Subway: Walk downtown to 14 St & 8 Av. Blue line A, C, E to Uptown, Stop in 42 St. - Port Authority Bus Terminal1, and walk one block to West. ( $ 2,75 US 12 min. ) Times Square is an intersection of avenues in Manhattan (New York, United States). Formerly called Plaza Longacre, it is located on the corner of Broadway Avenue and Seventh Avenue. It received its current name from the offices of The New York Times, which were located in the One Times Square building. The Times Square area is made up of the blocks between Sixth Avenue and Eighth Avenue that make up the western part of the Midtown Manhattan shopping area. Like Red Square in Moscow, Piccadilly Circus in London, Tian'anmen Square in Beijing and Shibuya in Tokyo, Times Square has become a global icon and symbol of New York City characterized by its animation and by luminous advertising.
Walk Downtown to 14 St & 8 Ave take the Subway Blue line 168 St.( C ) to 81 Street. You can take the Bus ( M79-SBS )to the museum in Central Pk W/W 81 St. Or Walk through the Central Park to the museum.
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The Metropolitan Museum of Art
1000 5th Ave
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Walk Downtown to 14 St & 8 Ave take the Subway Blue line 168 St.( C ) to 81 Street. You can take the Bus ( M79-SBS )to the museum in Central Pk W/W 81 St. Or Walk through the Central Park to the museum.
If you go in winter between Thanksgiving and Christmas you will see the beautiful christmas tree also you can skate in The Rink . You can go to the Top of the Rock, and some people say that its better than the Empire State Building Walk Downtown to 14 St/ 8 Ave. take the Blue line E ( Jamaica Center, and Stop in 5 Avenue - 53 St Station, and Walk Downtown to W 50th St & 5th Ave. ( $ 2,75 US 18 min. )
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Rockefeller Center
45 Rockefeller Plaza
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If you go in winter between Thanksgiving and Christmas you will see the beautiful christmas tree also you can skate in The Rink . You can go to the Top of the Rock, and some people say that its better than the Empire State Building Walk Downtown to 14 St/ 8 Ave. take the Blue line E ( Jamaica Center, and Stop in 5 Avenue - 53 St Station, and Walk Downtown to W 50th St & 5th Ave. ( $ 2,75 US 18 min. )
The enter at Gansevoort Street, 23rd Street or 30th Street, with exits throughout. Its free : ) check the link below https://www.thehighline.org/visit/
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High Line
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The enter at Gansevoort Street, 23rd Street or 30th Street, with exits throughout. Its free : ) check the link below https://www.thehighline.org/visit/
The Freedom Tower another building you should visit. Walk Downtown though 8th Ave and W 16th St take the Blue Line E Stop in World Trade Center and turn West, walk one Block and you will see it on your left.
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One World Trade Center
285 Fulton Street
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The Freedom Tower another building you should visit. Walk Downtown though 8th Ave and W 16th St take the Blue Line E Stop in World Trade Center and turn West, walk one Block and you will see it on your left.
The 9/11 Memorial is a tribute of remembrance, honoring the 2,977 people killed in the terror attacks of September 11, 2001 at the World Trade Center site, near Shanksville, Pennsylvania, and at the Pentagon, as well as the six people killed in the World Trade Center bombing on February 26, 1993. Walk Downtown though 8th Ave and W 16th St take the Blue Line E Stop in World Trade Center and turn West, walk one Block and you will see it on your left.
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9/11 Memorial
180 Greenwich St
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The 9/11 Memorial is a tribute of remembrance, honoring the 2,977 people killed in the terror attacks of September 11, 2001 at the World Trade Center site, near Shanksville, Pennsylvania, and at the Pentagon, as well as the six people killed in the World Trade Center bombing on February 26, 1993. Walk Downtown though 8th Ave and W 16th St take the Blue Line E Stop in World Trade Center and turn West, walk one Block and you will see it on your left.
Walk Downtown take Blue Line A, C or E in 14 St/ 8 Av to Rockaway Park, Stop in W 4 St. and change for Orange Line B to Brighton Beach, you can walk from here to Coney Island or instead of that you can Stop in Kings Hwy and change to Yellow Line Q to Ocean Parkway and you will be practically in Coney Island Coney Island lies in a far corner of Brooklyn that has attracted visitors with its beaches and amusement park for over a century. The neighborhood has has had its share of ups and downs, and burnt out buildings and decrepit roller coasters were the norm for decades. Hurricane Sandy dealt another blow in 2012. Today, the beachfront neighborhood is bouncing back. Here are five reasons why Coney Island is better than ever: The Thunderbolt A longtime institution at Coney Island’s Luna Park, the famed wooden roller coaster met the wrecking ball in 1982. Last year, however, the Thunderbolt was resurrected with a modern, steel ride that stands 125 feet tall and sends screaming riders flying on near ninety degree vertical drops. Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest Nathan’s Hot Dogs are a Coney Island tradition, and their annual 4th of July Hot Dog Eating Contest has become a cult sensation for sports lovers the world over. ESPN’s annual coverage of Joey Chestnut facing off against Kobayashi and the rest of the world’s best competitive eaters is a wild attraction that keeps the neighborhood’s fresh and eccentric vibe current. The Brooklyn Cyclones Baseball is our nation’s pastime, but the Yankees are in the Bronx, and the Mets are in Queens. To enjoy a night out at the ballfield, guests of the Nu Hotel can check out the Brooklyn Cyclones, a minor league club that plays its home games right in Coney Island. The Mermaid Parade Another iconic local event, the Mermaid Parade annually attracts crowds of over half a million participants and spectators. Dressed like fantastical underwater creatures, they wander the boardwalk with a Mardi Gras mentality. Held right in Coney Island, this is where people go to celebrate the dawn of summer. History Walking the boardwalk and weaving through the amusements, you can’t help but feel connected with New York City’s history. Fully embedded in the city identity, Coney Island has stood the test of time. Here’s to many more summers at the beach.
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Coney Island
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Walk Downtown take Blue Line A, C or E in 14 St/ 8 Av to Rockaway Park, Stop in W 4 St. and change for Orange Line B to Brighton Beach, you can walk from here to Coney Island or instead of that you can Stop in Kings Hwy and change to Yellow Line Q to Ocean Parkway and you will be practically in Coney Island Coney Island lies in a far corner of Brooklyn that has attracted visitors with its beaches and amusement park for over a century. The neighborhood has has had its share of ups and downs, and burnt out buildings and decrepit roller coasters were the norm for decades. Hurricane Sandy dealt another blow in 2012. Today, the beachfront neighborhood is bouncing back. Here are five reasons why Coney Island is better than ever: The Thunderbolt A longtime institution at Coney Island’s Luna Park, the famed wooden roller coaster met the wrecking ball in 1982. Last year, however, the Thunderbolt was resurrected with a modern, steel ride that stands 125 feet tall and sends screaming riders flying on near ninety degree vertical drops. Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest Nathan’s Hot Dogs are a Coney Island tradition, and their annual 4th of July Hot Dog Eating Contest has become a cult sensation for sports lovers the world over. ESPN’s annual coverage of Joey Chestnut facing off against Kobayashi and the rest of the world’s best competitive eaters is a wild attraction that keeps the neighborhood’s fresh and eccentric vibe current. The Brooklyn Cyclones Baseball is our nation’s pastime, but the Yankees are in the Bronx, and the Mets are in Queens. To enjoy a night out at the ballfield, guests of the Nu Hotel can check out the Brooklyn Cyclones, a minor league club that plays its home games right in Coney Island. The Mermaid Parade Another iconic local event, the Mermaid Parade annually attracts crowds of over half a million participants and spectators. Dressed like fantastical underwater creatures, they wander the boardwalk with a Mardi Gras mentality. Held right in Coney Island, this is where people go to celebrate the dawn of summer. History Walking the boardwalk and weaving through the amusements, you can’t help but feel connected with New York City’s history. Fully embedded in the city identity, Coney Island has stood the test of time. Here’s to many more summers at the beach.
Head northeast 3 block to W 23nd St make your right and walk 3 more blocks West you will see it in the corner The building was intended to serve as offices for the George A. ... At 22 stories and 307 feet, the Flatiron was never the city's tallest building, but always one of its most dramatic-looking, and its popularity with photographers and artists has made it an enduring symbol of New York for more than a century.
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Flatiron
175 5th Avenue
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Head northeast 3 block to W 23nd St make your right and walk 3 more blocks West you will see it in the corner The building was intended to serve as offices for the George A. ... At 22 stories and 307 feet, the Flatiron was never the city's tallest building, but always one of its most dramatic-looking, and its popularity with photographers and artists has made it an enduring symbol of New York for more than a century.
Head for W 18th St to 5th Ave turn your right and head downtown you will see it after W 8th St. ( 17 min ) Washington Square Park is named for George Washington (1732-1799), the commander of the Continental Army, who was inaugurated in New York City as the first President of the United States on April 30, 1789. ... In 1838 the park hosted the first public demonstration of the telegraph by Samuel F.B. Morse. https://es.nycgo.com/articles/must-see-washington-square-slideshow
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Washington Square Park
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Head for W 18th St to 5th Ave turn your right and head downtown you will see it after W 8th St. ( 17 min ) Washington Square Park is named for George Washington (1732-1799), the commander of the Continental Army, who was inaugurated in New York City as the first President of the United States on April 30, 1789. ... In 1838 the park hosted the first public demonstration of the telegraph by Samuel F.B. Morse. https://es.nycgo.com/articles/must-see-washington-square-slideshow
Head downtown to W 16 th St take Blue line A or C ( Downtown Brooklyn ) Stop in Fulton, Don't get lost in there : ) , change the brown line J to Broad St. walk downtown for two blocks and in Stone St. you will see it on your right . Some people say that you should touch the bull's balls to be lucky, I did it from the first day I arrived. I recommend that you do it too. :) The Charging Bull has become a universal symbol of the American stock market and big business. It's also one of the most popular sights in New York City. Tourists travel from around the world to see the bronze beast, striking poses and snapping pictures in front of it. check the link below for more information . https://www.thewallstreetexperience.com/blog/story-behind-legendary-charging-bull/
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Charging Bull
Broadway
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Head downtown to W 16 th St take Blue line A or C ( Downtown Brooklyn ) Stop in Fulton, Don't get lost in there : ) , change the brown line J to Broad St. walk downtown for two blocks and in Stone St. you will see it on your right . Some people say that you should touch the bull's balls to be lucky, I did it from the first day I arrived. I recommend that you do it too. :) The Charging Bull has become a universal symbol of the American stock market and big business. It's also one of the most popular sights in New York City. Tourists travel from around the world to see the bronze beast, striking poses and snapping pictures in front of it. check the link below for more information . https://www.thewallstreetexperience.com/blog/story-behind-legendary-charging-bull/
Head downtown to W 16 th St take Blue line A or C ( Downtown Brooklyn ) Stop in Jay St - MetroTech, walk two blocks for Smith St to Livingston St. turn your right one block more and you will see it on your left check the link below for more information. https://www.nytransitmuseum.org/visit/
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New York Transit Museum
99 Boerum Place
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Head downtown to W 16 th St take Blue line A or C ( Downtown Brooklyn ) Stop in Jay St - MetroTech, walk two blocks for Smith St to Livingston St. turn your right one block more and you will see it on your left check the link below for more information. https://www.nytransitmuseum.org/visit/
If you want to visit the Roosevelt Island I strongly recommend you to take the Tramway. Walk West to 7th Ave take the red line 1 Van Cortlandt Stop in Times Sq - 42 St Change to Yellow line N, R or W to Lexington Av/59 St. walk to 2 nd Ave and you can take the Tramway. The 4 minute ride, which offers spectacular views to its passengers, has been praised in the New York Times as "the most exciting view in New York City!" It costs a mere $2.25 each way ($4 for a round trip) and students with tram permits ride free.
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Roosevelt Island Tramway
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If you want to visit the Roosevelt Island I strongly recommend you to take the Tramway. Walk West to 7th Ave take the red line 1 Van Cortlandt Stop in Times Sq - 42 St Change to Yellow line N, R or W to Lexington Av/59 St. walk to 2 nd Ave and you can take the Tramway. The 4 minute ride, which offers spectacular views to its passengers, has been praised in the New York Times as "the most exciting view in New York City!" It costs a mere $2.25 each way ($4 for a round trip) and students with tram permits ride free.
If you are looking for gift or something for you, you should visit Macy's. Macy's is America's Department Store, an iconic brand and retail industry leader. Macy's customers come to its stores, e-commerce site and mobile app for fashion, value and high-quality products. Macy's is proud of its heritage and the unique role it plays in American culture and tradition. Walk West to 7th Ave take the red line 1 Van Cortlandt, Stop in 34 St - Penn Station and walk to W 34th St you will see Macy's is an entire Block.
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Macy's
151 W 34th St
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If you are looking for gift or something for you, you should visit Macy's. Macy's is America's Department Store, an iconic brand and retail industry leader. Macy's customers come to its stores, e-commerce site and mobile app for fashion, value and high-quality products. Macy's is proud of its heritage and the unique role it plays in American culture and tradition. Walk West to 7th Ave take the red line 1 Van Cortlandt, Stop in 34 St - Penn Station and walk to W 34th St you will see Macy's is an entire Block.
If you are looking for Outlets, you should visit Jersey Gardens, this is one of the cheapest Outlet in USA and every latin people come to buy Clothing including myself. Walk Downtown to W 16th St Take Blue line A Inwood - 207 and Stop in 42 St - Port Authority Bus Terminal, buy a ticket to Jersey Gardens bus N 111. $ 14. There is a great mix of outlet stores including Saks Fifth Avenue OFF 5TH, Marshalls, Neiman Marcus Last Call, Michael Kors, Century 21 Department Store, Abercrombie & Fitch Outlet, Coach Outlet, Puma, Uniqlo and the largest Tommy Hilfiger in the U.S. For more information check the link below https://mynewyorkblog.com/jersey-gardens-outlet/
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The Mills at Jersey Gardens
651 Kapkowski Road
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If you are looking for Outlets, you should visit Jersey Gardens, this is one of the cheapest Outlet in USA and every latin people come to buy Clothing including myself. Walk Downtown to W 16th St Take Blue line A Inwood - 207 and Stop in 42 St - Port Authority Bus Terminal, buy a ticket to Jersey Gardens bus N 111. $ 14. There is a great mix of outlet stores including Saks Fifth Avenue OFF 5TH, Marshalls, Neiman Marcus Last Call, Michael Kors, Century 21 Department Store, Abercrombie & Fitch Outlet, Coach Outlet, Puma, Uniqlo and the largest Tommy Hilfiger in the U.S. For more information check the link below https://mynewyorkblog.com/jersey-gardens-outlet/
I recommend you to visit the Vessel because is so popular and is Free, you can walk Uptown to W 26 th St turn your left and walk two blocks, cross 10th Ave and you can take the stairs High Line and turn your right onto Hudson Blvd. Vessel (TKA) is a structure and visitor attraction built as part of the Hudson Yards Redevelopment Project in Manhattan, New York City, New York. ... The TKA abbreviation in the structure's name stands for "Temporarily Known As". he intentions behind the piece have been well stated—the desire to create a monument in Hudson Yards that engages, not overshadows, the surrounding towers, and a “living room” for the public and residents who call the new neighborhood home. So, what do people think of the 15-story Vessel?
Vessel
I recommend you to visit the Vessel because is so popular and is Free, you can walk Uptown to W 26 th St turn your left and walk two blocks, cross 10th Ave and you can take the stairs High Line and turn your right onto Hudson Blvd. Vessel (TKA) is a structure and visitor attraction built as part of the Hudson Yards Redevelopment Project in Manhattan, New York City, New York. ... The TKA abbreviation in the structure's name stands for "Temporarily Known As". he intentions behind the piece have been well stated—the desire to create a monument in Hudson Yards that engages, not overshadows, the surrounding towers, and a “living room” for the public and residents who call the new neighborhood home. So, what do people think of the 15-story Vessel?
Another picture of New York, you should visit. Head downtown to W 16 th St take Blue line A or C ( Downtown Brooklyn ) Stop in High Street - Brooklyn Bridge you will see it and you can walk from Brooklyn to Manhattan. Brooklyn Bridge, suspension bridge spanning the East River from Brooklyn to Manhattan in New York City. A brilliant feat of 19th-century engineering, the Brooklyn Bridge was the first bridge to use steel for cable wire, and during its construction explosives were used inside a pneumatic caisson for the first time. Upon its completion in 1883 it became the first roadway to connect Manhattan and Brooklyn, which were then separate cities (Brooklyn became part of New York City in 1898). Back then, with a central span of 1,595 feet, the Brooklyn Bridge was also the world's longest suspension bridge. Video Player is loading
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Most Brookliński
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Another picture of New York, you should visit. Head downtown to W 16 th St take Blue line A or C ( Downtown Brooklyn ) Stop in High Street - Brooklyn Bridge you will see it and you can walk from Brooklyn to Manhattan. Brooklyn Bridge, suspension bridge spanning the East River from Brooklyn to Manhattan in New York City. A brilliant feat of 19th-century engineering, the Brooklyn Bridge was the first bridge to use steel for cable wire, and during its construction explosives were used inside a pneumatic caisson for the first time. Upon its completion in 1883 it became the first roadway to connect Manhattan and Brooklyn, which were then separate cities (Brooklyn became part of New York City in 1898). Back then, with a central span of 1,595 feet, the Brooklyn Bridge was also the world's longest suspension bridge. Video Player is loading
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The McKittrick Hotel
530 West 27th Street
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Governors Island
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Gastronomía
If you are a soccer fan, in this place you will find soccer related items, like soccer team T-shirt like Mesi, Maradona and others matters Argentinian. Of course Argentine meat and delicious dishes. It's a little far but it's worth it. Head downtown to 14 St / 8 Av. take L train to Canarsie - Rockaway Stop in 1 Av. and head downtown Avenue A to E 6th St turn your left and walk half block, you will see it on your right
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Buenos Aires
513 East 6th Street
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If you are a soccer fan, in this place you will find soccer related items, like soccer team T-shirt like Mesi, Maradona and others matters Argentinian. Of course Argentine meat and delicious dishes. It's a little far but it's worth it. Head downtown to 14 St / 8 Av. take L train to Canarsie - Rockaway Stop in 1 Av. and head downtown Avenue A to E 6th St turn your left and walk half block, you will see it on your right
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Balthazar
80 Spring St
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The River Café
1 Water Street
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Katz's Delicatessen
205 East Houston Street
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Carmine's Italian Restaurant - Times Square
200 West 44th Street
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LOS TACOS No.1
229 W 43rd St
If you a fan of the movie Forest Gump I recommend a good memory lane by going to Bubba Gump Shrimp.
Bubba Gump Shrimp Co.
1501 Broadway
If you a fan of the movie Forest Gump I recommend a good memory lane by going to Bubba Gump Shrimp.
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If you want to visit Washington, you can do it. It's 4 hours on Bus or car. I recommend you to walk the city because you can do it en just one day, take a bus around 7 am. Head Downtown to W 16th St take train A, C or E to Uptown and Stop in 34 St - Penn Station, you can buy a ticket to Washington there.
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District of Columbia
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If you want to visit Washington, you can do it. It's 4 hours on Bus or car. I recommend you to walk the city because you can do it en just one day, take a bus around 7 am. Head Downtown to W 16th St take train A, C or E to Uptown and Stop in 34 St - Penn Station, you can buy a ticket to Washington there.
You can visit the city of Boston Head Downtown to W 16th St take train A, C or E to Uptown and Stop in 34 St - Penn Station, you can buy a ticket to Boston there.
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Boston
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You can visit the city of Boston Head Downtown to W 16th St take train A, C or E to Uptown and Stop in 34 St - Penn Station, you can buy a ticket to Boston there.
Well if you have 3 and you want to see this beautiful place, I suggest you to see it from Canada because it has a best view. I recommend you to rent a car so you can stop in Ithaca and Buffalo too. Niagara Falls are some of the largest, most beautiful, and most famous waterfalls in the world. They are also some of the most easily accessible. You can walk up and stand on the very edge of the falls, separated only by a railing, without even having to pay a fee. If you want to see them from a little different perspective, you can take a boat trip to the base of the falls, or go behind the falls and see the water pouring over from above. The falls consist of three parts: The most spectacular section is the concave Horseshoe Falls, running 640 meters across from the Canadian shore to the American shore. The American Falls, about 330 meters across, is on the New York side, but the best views are from the Canadian side. A small third section, known as Bridal Veil Falls, is located between these two. On the Canadian side of the falls, a walkway stretches from above the falls all the way along the edge of the gorge, providing spectacular views. At night, the falls are lit up in different colors. The main viewing area is on the edge of Horseshoe Falls, behind which is the Table Rock Welcome Centre. This building has a restaurant overlooking the falls and is also where you'll find shops and an information and ticket booth where you can purchase tickets to the various attractions and tours. Below the falls, the Niagara River flows through the deep walls of the gorge, between 80 meters and 300 meters across, forming the Whirlpool Rapids as the gorge narrows. The waters eventually flow into Lake Ontario.
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Niagara Falls
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Well if you have 3 and you want to see this beautiful place, I suggest you to see it from Canada because it has a best view. I recommend you to rent a car so you can stop in Ithaca and Buffalo too. Niagara Falls are some of the largest, most beautiful, and most famous waterfalls in the world. They are also some of the most easily accessible. You can walk up and stand on the very edge of the falls, separated only by a railing, without even having to pay a fee. If you want to see them from a little different perspective, you can take a boat trip to the base of the falls, or go behind the falls and see the water pouring over from above. The falls consist of three parts: The most spectacular section is the concave Horseshoe Falls, running 640 meters across from the Canadian shore to the American shore. The American Falls, about 330 meters across, is on the New York side, but the best views are from the Canadian side. A small third section, known as Bridal Veil Falls, is located between these two. On the Canadian side of the falls, a walkway stretches from above the falls all the way along the edge of the gorge, providing spectacular views. At night, the falls are lit up in different colors. The main viewing area is on the edge of Horseshoe Falls, behind which is the Table Rock Welcome Centre. This building has a restaurant overlooking the falls and is also where you'll find shops and an information and ticket booth where you can purchase tickets to the various attractions and tours. Below the falls, the Niagara River flows through the deep walls of the gorge, between 80 meters and 300 meters across, forming the Whirlpool Rapids as the gorge narrows. The waters eventually flow into Lake Ontario.