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, Guggenheim, Empire State Building, Central Park, China Town, Tribeca, Park Avenue, Union Square, Peer 17, United Nations, Brooklyn Bridge, would need a daytime to mention
Bodeagas are spanish owned and operated corner delis. They are in almost every neighborhood and happen to be the peak of efficiency. They are usually opened real late or 24 hours. Pictured isn't the usual decoration of a bodega I just liked their overhang. A bodega usually has a stock yellow and red sign that all suppossedly purchased from the same supplier. The Beer! I guess Cigs.
I was brave enough to get to...
I was brave enough to get to New York by taking Amtrak (the railway) from Miami. It was in April at the end of winter so it was a marvellous experience of getting a taste of the south states. I recommend that for a family trip go the Amtrak way. The Empire State Building - a must-see and climb in New York
New York City: Empire State...
New York City: Empire State building. Gives a very good idea of the scale and energy of New York - and a fantastic view!
Upstate: Try seeing Albany at night from a distance, especially the Rokafeller egg, amazing. Also, a visit to satatoga state race track is nice in season.
Starting on Canal Street , Chinatown businesses come outside the storefronts and set up on the sidewalks. There are many rare and unusual foods and remedies to be bought.
There are around 300 restaurants along the crowded streets of Chinatown. Confucious Plaza comes complete with a statue of Confucious.
There is also a Buddhist Temple to visit. And gift shops galore.