Oxbridge Theater District Apartments

30-32 West 46th Street, New York City, New York, 10128, United States
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south st. seaport

by mh18640

tomorrow going there.Which is the quaintest part of south st. seaport to visit that is not much walking ?

Re: south st. seaport

by TexasDave

The whole area is not very big, about 4 blocks.

Re: south st. seaport

by mh18640

thanks. Also, is there any "quaint" part of it to be seen? (or all new bldgs., etc?), any nice eating stands, such as in Atlantic City, like the Pork roll sandwiches, barbeq's, etc.? & thanks again., marie from n.e. Pa.

Re: south st. seaport

by SOLODANCER

sorry to disappoint you but there truly isn't any quaint aspect about the South Street Seaport, it's mostly for tourists and the place is mobbed all the time

other than its museum with some old ships docked in the harbor, the place is nothing but just a nice breezy place to hang out at especially if you're looking for a quick break from the city's skyscrapers

be warned too that the restaurants here are way too overpriced, unless this to you isn't much of a concern

Re: south st. seaport

by ter1413

I will add that there are some ok places to shop if interested: JCrew/GAP/Bath and Body/etc. As stated, the entire area is appr 4 blocks. The "quaintest" part may be the cobble stones once you enter the main part.
"Bodies The Exhibit" plays in the area. I saw it a few years ago and it is worth checking out if you are into things like that or just want to try something different!

Re: south st. seaport

by mh18640

thanks for the info. We went & had great time.Wondering if you know name of tall modern steel Bldg. that we saw to the right of south st. seaport,while standing on Fulton St, almost behind Titanic Lighthouse & Pearl Street? This sleek bldg. stands practically alone and looks very new.

Re: south st. seaport

by mh18640

thanks for info. We ventured there on Weds. and was a perfect day.Any chance you'd know name of tall office bldg. that almost looks like its made of aluminum behind the Titanic Lighthouse in the distance,veryk tall, no tower or spike on top, looks rather new, just wondering what office it may be, very visual from Fulton street. thanks. marie h, from Scranton, Pa.

Travel Tips for New York City

Architecture.

by mwe

One of the striking things about New York City is the way buildings that would have been considered very tall, imposing, swanky and important looking when they were built in the first couple of decades of the 20th century get dwarfed by newer skyscrapers.

Really check out the park.. you might be surprised

by beaniezotzim

If you have extra time, spend some of it really checking out central park. You will be amazed at how many things are there that you have never thought. just some of the things I saw here were Restaurants, castles, ice skating rinks, beautiful bridges, a resevior, a lake...and on and on...

While exploring one day a friend and I heard this beautiful voice come up from nowhere, so we followed the sound and found this guy.. turns out, a couple of months later, He was on stage at the Oscars, apparantly someone had made a documentary on him and it won the oscar... so basically, I got a free "oscar winning" performance. He is THOTH... and his voice is brilliant.

Take a boat ride down the...

by feline01

Take a boat ride down the Hudson river during the fall. Boats leave from several places including NYC, Tarrytown, and Kingston NY.
Drive around the countryside anywhere during the fall and stop at local orchards to go apple-picking. Check out www.iloveny.com for details. 'Borrowing' my mother's car before I had a driver's license when I was 16 years old and cutting school with a friend to visit Hyde Park, NY to see the mansions and antique stores.

take a boat from the Staten...

by sham

take a boat from the Staten Island Ferry Terminal at Battery
Park and enjoy the trip to Staten Island (first entry for early immigrants) and then, of course, to The Statue of Liberty. Take an early breakfast on Sunday morning at McDonalds in Times Square and walk all the way to Central Park (via the
sidewalk open market selling beautiful flowers). Join the many joggers and roller bladers gliding their ways in the park. Have a picnic in the park and watch all those characters around... join the crazy gang!!

Go to a Broadway Show. While...

by TravelingBoy

Go to a Broadway Show. While there I saw Miss Saigon, Rent and Les Miserables. We also were there during the Thanksgiving Day Parade. If you go during this time and want good positions to see the parade then better get up early, but bundle up as most likely it will be FREEZING... The cabbies.. Some of them are really good and yet others are very bad. We were lucky to get a good one who was willing to take us on a tour for a cheaper fare (i think he was off duty).

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Address: 30-32 West 46th Street, New York City, New York, 10128, United States