East Village Charming and Peaceful B&B

73 East 3rd Street, New York City, New York, 10003, United States
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Fall foliage

by dmouland

We are going to be in New York between 24 and 29 September. We would like to take a trip out of the city by public transport (by train possibly) to see some fall foliage scenes. Just wondering if there were any ideas of where the best routes are at that time of year ?

Re: Fall foliage

by 10028

Metro-North Railroad has day packages you might like. Here's a link that highlights tours of Philipsburg Manor and Kykuit (the Rockefeller estate).

http://mta.info/mnr/html/getaways/outbound_kykuit.htm

On the left side of that page you'll find other day trips on Metro-North.

You might also enjoy a visit to Cold Spring, a charming town along the Hudson that's a little more than an hour from Grand Central, also on Metro-North.

I was disappointed in the foliage cruise I took a couple of years ago because we sailed up the middle of the Hudson, too far from either shore to appreciate the colors.

You might be too early for peak colors, which are usually a few weeks later, but it will be a beautiful trip.

You might also enjoy a day trip to Long Island's North Fork wine region.

http://www.liwines.com/

Re: Fall foliage

by travelmad478

10028 gives some great suggestions for getting out of town, but I think you are going to be too early to see fall colors in any case. Late October is when the season is in full swing around the NYC area. We're still expecting a 90-degree day next week!

Travel Tips for New York City

Love the neon

by HispanicYob

I can't get enough of just people watching and absorbing all the advertising signs in one of New York City's busiest areas. It's a whole other world on itself. Everything's in relative walking distance as well. My fondest memory would have to be smelling the foods of the NYC delis as I'd walk by. Also the Brooklyn accents.

Lake Minnewaska

by aquatic

Not far from New Paltz there is Lake Minnewaska, small lake in mountains. Just 1,5 hours from New York. Great place to have lunch outside after walking around the lake and enjoying breathtaking views.

Most of Manhattan is extremely...

by kuuunmg

Most of Manhattan is extremely easy to navigate, thanks to a grid system of named or numbered avenues running the north-south length of the island, cut across by numbered streets that run from east to west. Above Washington Square, Fifth Ave and Central Park serve as the dividing line between the East Side and the West Side. Cross-street numbers begin at Fifth Ave and grow higher toward each river, generally (but not exclusively) in 100-digit increments per block. Therefore, the Hard Rock Cafe, at 221 W 57th St, is slightly less than three blocks west of Fifth Ave. Broadway, the only avenue to cut diagonally across the island, was originally a woodland path; it runs in some form from the southern tip of the island all the way to the state capital of Albany, 150 miles (240km) away.

Craning your neck amongst the skyscrapers of Manhattan, it's easy to forget that islands make up most of New York City's 309 sq mi (800 sq km) land mass. Manhattan and Staten Island stand alone; Queens and Brooklyn comprise the western end of Long Island. Only the Bronx is connected to the continental mainland. The water gap between Brooklyn and Staten Island - the 'narrows' through which the first Europeans entered the area - serves as the entrance to New York Harbor, which is also accessible to ships from the north via Long Island Sound. Manhattan is bordered on the west by the Hudson River and on the east by the East River, both technically estuaries subject to tidal fluctuations.

There are three major airports in the New York area: John F Kennedy (JFK), 15 miles (24km) southeast of midtown Manhattan; La Guardia, 8 miles (13km) east of Manhattan; and Newark 10 miles (16km) west of Manhattan in New Jersey. MTV has studios at Times Square and you see mobs of fans lined up cheering for their favorites stars when they're interviewed here.

Go to Time Square!! You have...

by DaKoyote

Go to Time Square!! You have to walk around and buy the hot dogs from the vendors and eat the peanuts from the vendors!! You want to haggle with the vendors!! Eat at 'hole in the wall' restaruants, instead of McDonalds!! See a New York Broadway show!! The CHAOS of Time Square!! All the news cameras that are there all the time....!! MTV!!!

Strawberry Fields - John Lennon Memorial

by Mikebb

We had a most enjoyable time in Central Park, much walking and photo taking and then we remembered we had not seen the John Lennon Memorial. Strawberry Fields was on our map but we had trouble finding it and eventually asked for directions when we were 100 metres away.

It was worth the effort, a very nice memorial, simple and dignified and very well maintained.

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