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Visiting NYC during summer

by marwagamal

I was planning to visit the USA during the summer. I will stay in NYC for most of the time. I will drop by Boston (my home town)and I wanted to know when are the summer sales. I mean what is the best time to visit, July or August?

Thanks.

Re: Visiting NYC during summer

by Donna_in_India

Honestly, it seems as if there are sales all year long now. July sales would be around 4th of July. In August you'd have end of (summer) season sales through most of the month. Happy Shopping!

Re: Visiting NYC during summer

by ter1413

If you mean sales in nYc, I Agree with Donna....there are sales year round. Macy's for example might have a 1 day sale once or twice a month. Same with Bloomie's, etc. You can also go up to Woodbury Commons or the malls in NJ. Was this for Ny or Boston?

Re: Visiting NYC during summer

by marwagamal

Thanks a lot to all of you for the useful information. I will be staying in NYC and in Boston. I will propably do shopping in both cities.

I was wondering if you could help me with choosing a hotel in NYC. I need to stay in a good budget hotel. Better to be less than 100 USD per night. I need it to be near the sights and safe at the same time.

It is so tricky to pick one. There are a lot of hotels in NYC.

Much appreciated.

Re: Visiting NYC during summer

by NYTim

Hotels at $100.00 are almost non-existing in NYC. The Chelsea Hostel it is very safe and centrally located.

http://www.chelseahostel.com/

Re: Visiting NYC during summer

by manhattanight

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I have been using them for years when I travel and have only had a couple of less than ok experiences. Otherwise all of their properties are great. And I usually choose 2.5 stars.

Re: Visiting NYC during summer

by marwagamal

Thanks a lot guys for the good tips. I really found good deals within my budget.

I really apprecciate your help.

Travel Tips for New York City

New York City Orientation

by jamiesno

This is my quick and dirty orientation to New York City. You need to learn there are 5 boroughs of New York and they are Queens, Staten Island, the Bronx, Manhattan and Brooklyn. "With 8 million residents and a land area of 322 square miles (830 kmĀ²), New York City has the highest population density of any major city in North America.[2][3] The city's metropolitan area, with a population of 18.8 million, ranks among the largest urban areas in the world." http://en.wikipedia.org

Now that you have the boroughs right in your head I'll let you know from any high up perch you will also see Jersey City of New Jersey right along side New York.

Now I'll focus on Manhattan the largest of the boroughs, it's so big you are going to have to learn the districts of the city and explore them as your heart desires. Here are some of the districts that are all distinct:

Upper West Side
Central Park
Upper East Side
Morningside Heights
Harlem
East Harlem
El Barrio
Carnegie Hill
Turtle Bay
Clinto-Hell's Kitchen
Theater District
Times Square
Diamond District
Midtown
Garmet District
Art Gallery District
Flower Distrcit
Murray Hill
Flatiron District
Gramercy
Chelsea
Meatpacking District
West Village
Greenwich Village
Alphabet City
East Village
NoLita
SoHo
NoHo
Little Italy
Lower East Side
Chinatown
Tribeca
Battery Park City
Financial District
Seaport Historic District

So I think this gives you the idea. I did get to a few of these and have seperate tips on them so you'll have to do your research and pick and area to enjoy! Some of my favorite districts were Chinatown, Times Square, Theater District, Central Park
and Tribeca.

Now that I've given you the boroughs here is how they got their names:

Brooklyn is named after the Dutch city Breukelen. The Dutch you see were the first apparently to come over to this area from Europe.

The name Manhattan derives from the word Manna-hata, which translates into "island of many hills" in Lenape.

The Bronx was first settled by Europeans in 1639, when Jonas Bronck arrived. The Dutch and English settlers referred to the area as "Bronck's Land".

Queens - I am not going to give you this one.

Staten Island - Although the first Dutch settlement of the New Netherlands colony was made on Manhattan in 1620, Staaten Eylandt remained uncolonized by the Dutch for many decades. From 1639 to 1655, the Dutch made three separate attempts to establish a permanent settlement on the island, but each time the settlement was destroyed in the conflicts between the Dutch and the local tribes.

If your wondering about the term "Big Apple" I would recommend this web site at http://www.barrypopik.com/.

Battery Park & the Empire State Ride!

by Hexepatty

My sister completed the First Annual Empire State Ride which was from Niagara Falls to Manhattan, Battery Park to be specific. It was a 500 mile ride, over 6 days. She raised over $6000 dollars. The ride was BRUTAL as it was over mountains... and as much as she trained, we don't have MOUNTAINS to train on in Florida. And yet she DID IT. She might have been last each day coming into camp, but she never quit and never took the VAN. She rode into Battery Park on Aug. 23 the Champ that I know she's always been.

Statue of Liberty and Ellis...

by Mulattomama

Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. Empire State Building. FOA Schwartz. Macy's. Times Square. Broadway. Midtown Manhattan. Brooklyn. Harlem. Grayline Tours ROCK in this town! They're the best way to see the whole city for less than $100 US. You can jump on and jump off whenever you like for 2 days. The buses pass regularly so you can see what you want when you want.

Go on Jerry's tour starting at...

by Drazzig

Go on Jerry's tour starting at the international youth hostel on 103rd street on Saturdays at 8am. He takes you on a FREE 18 mile walk around new york. You haven't seen new york till you go with Jerry, all you pay for is a meal at a restaurant in China Town (about $8) and it's a great way to meet fellow travellers. Had to be the evening when we first got to NYC, and me and my mate went to the top of the Empire State building and looked over New York at dusk. It was brillient.

USS Intrepid

by Martin_S.

In New York City, visit the floating museum. The USS Intrepid, a US Navy aircraft carrier is harbored at the docks in lower Manhattan. They have some excellent exhibts of flying machines, new and old. You are also allowed to a large extent to wander around the ship by yourself, then you realize how large these things are. This pic is looking down the deck.

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