Michael NY

15 Sylvan Terrace, New York City, New York, 10032, United States
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what to wear??

by laciudad

I'm traveling to New York City next week, but not sure what to pack. Since last year I went in mid October and it was freezing in the 40's. This time I'm sure. Any good ideas?? traveling for 1 week to New York and Rhode Island.
Thanks

Re: what to wear??

by xymmot

Bring a jacket that is light weight but wind resistence. Sometimes you get useasonal war weather too. With the global warming weather is unpredictable like the hot summers we had in the mid-atlantic. we broke a lot of records.Cheers Tommy x

Re: what to wear??

by nicolaitan

the extended forecast for the city next week is pretty uniform, low to mid 70's during the day and low to mid 60's at night. pretty good weather, possible rain on friday and saturday. no anticipated cataclysmic conditions.

Re: what to wear??

by ter1413

Agree with both^^. The HEAT has broken and we are and should be in the 70's next week. Nothing dramatic. Potential chance of rain by late in the week.....

Re: what to wear??

by Bunsch

As you are traveling on to Rhode Island, weather here is due to run between 70-76 for the next ten days, with nightly lows of 52-60 degrees and no major precipitation. It should be really nice for seeing the sights.

Re: what to wear??

by nyceagle1633

Typically for September, 65 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit. Jean, t shirt, light jacket. Bring one or two pair shorts in case too hot.

Travel Tips for New York City

The Monument access pass

by vijayprabhu

The Monument access pass alows the tourist to climb thru the basement of the statue up to the Observatory deck. And the tickets are Free. They can be purchased along with the ferry tickets from either the NJ Ferry counter in the the Liberty State Park or the Battery Park Ferry station in NY.

But these number of pass per day is very limited. So the changes of getting them are very low :(

Book them online atleast a Week before the Trip at http://statuereservations.com/
Here u can chose the date and time u want to be there.
Ensure that u select the Tickets for "Monument Access". The ferry trip is free if u buy the Monument access pass online

:)

An oasis in a rumbling city

by Maline

New York City is such a hectic city so after walking around for a couple of hours it's wonderful to go to Central Park and enjoy the green trees, the ponds, looking at people relaxing and doing sports, maybe enjoy a good baseball game among friends. You should stay clear of the park after dusk though, some creepy peolple can lurk around in the bushes!

If you are in NYC in the...

by Sunshine64

If you are in NYC in the winter, especially around Christmas, you have to ice skate at Rockefeller Center. Seeing 'Rent' at the Nederlander Theater. Got tickets the day of the show at the box office because someone had cancelled.

we liked walking around n/y at...

by lindyloo

we liked walking around n/y at night, as it was christmas the lights and the shops were wonderful, the restaurant we liked was lanagans somewhere of broadway, a bit pricey but the service was great! the city has just got something that makes you want to go back, not because the people were that friendly, nobody takes no notice of you they just getting on with their lifes so you get no touristy hassle. seeing all the places you see on the films for yourself, going christmas shopping in Maceys and feeding the sqirrels in central park. travelling on the subway was fun although being english we still found it difficult to be understood
as I think new yorkers speak a different kind of english!

Quirky signs

by toonsarah

One of the things we really enjoyed in New York was spotting the quirky and humorous signs dotted around the city. When New Yorkers need to issue an instruction or warning they seem to like to sugar the pill with a liberal dose of humour. Among those we spotted were several aimed at preventing dogs using the flowerbeds as toilets (for obvious reasons) and this popular one warning that children shouldn’t be allowed unaccompanied into a shop – how much pleasanter than a simple “don’t” this is!

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Address: 15 Sylvan Terrace, New York City, New York, 10032, United States