My recommendation is to use public transportation once you arrive there.You can go to mta trip planner.org. To look up ways to travel from JFK to 57th & central park. For further information, about... more
Throughout our 7 day stay in NYC we continually saw the outstanding stainless steel spire of the Chrysler Building, it stood out like a beacon sparkling in the sun. One of the best sightings was from... more
The United Nations was founded in 1945. It aims to preserve world peace, promote self-determinationa and to aid economic & self well-beling around the world.
This photo shows the "Non-Violence"... more
I was expecting lots more Christmas decorations - why not sure, maybe watched too many movies! but there were some nice sights - enjoyable to see. I liked going up to the top of the rock for the... more
Broadway and 5Th Avenue 23 Street because of the wind when this building went up so did ladys skirts.
23 Skid - doo is said to come from this as a policeman was placed there to chase men away. Its a... more
Getting online must not be missed. Located between 7th and 8th Ave. next to Madame Taussauds at 42nd St. The world's largest and very close to the heart of Times Square. It has a high speed internet... more
Until New York City makes good on its long-held promise to install public rest rooms along the city’s sidewalks tourists and locals will have to make do with those already established.
One such... more
NYC hosts dozens of world-class museums and art galleries. One of the most renowned, both for its exhibits and collections AND for its actual edifice is the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. Located over... more
New York's greatest attractions are found on Manhattan Island, which is connected to the rest of the city and New Jerrcy by Suspension bridges, tunnels,and ferries.If you are fancy at museum, then the... more
Everyone knows that the Christmas and Holiday season is a great time to visit New York City .
New York City Christmas Shows and Events
New York City hosts many different Christmas shows and events... more
Once upon a time, the Upper West side was a remote, out of hand area of Manhattan where few people really wanted to live. Then came a huge population growth and the subway.
Until not too long ago,... more
In formation since 1870, the Metropolitan Museum's collection now contains more than two million works of art from all points of the compass, ancient through modern times. About 6,500 objects—fifty... more
Don't miss going to the wonderful Museums.
The Museum of Modern Art
11 West 53rd Stree, New York, NY
Henri Matisse, Woman with a Green Parasol on a Balcony. 1918-19. Oil on canvas, Private Collection more
Personally I don't think this is such a great Farmer's Market. I have been to some really nice local markets in California and Pennsylvani and find that their goods are quite limited.
It doesn't... more
St. Patrick's Cathedral, on 5th Avenue, is probably the most famous cathedral in the United States. The preffered NYC church for many of America's most famous Catholics (the Kennedys come to mind),... more
We had a couple of rainy days on our recent visit to NYC, meaning that our planned extensive exploration of Central Park turned into a visit to the American Museum of Natural History. Located over at... more
The Cloisters, a museum dedicated to Medieval art, and part of the Met Museum. Entry is by donation, and you can use your ticket to get into the Met on the same day for no extra charge. It's not too... more
During our 7 day stay we would have walked past this library 6 or 7 times and always said what a nice building it was, however never found the time to go inside. Our loss could be your gain. On... more
This picture was taken in early April on a chilly Saturday morning. Philomena, in the red jacket, sells plants in the Union Square market every Saturday. I have been buying flowers from her for ten... more
The Tribeca District is an area north of Downtown Manhattan. It was at onetime noteworthy for its many food depots and markets with the Washington Market being particularly famous. In the late 1960's... more
go to the Madison Square, 5th Av from 23rd to 26th St (station : 23rd St). It is a pleasant stop when you walk on the 5th Av. Nearby there is the first skyscraper of NY : The Flatiron Building at the... more
attend a base ball match at the Shea stadium.
If you are a foreigner (like me) see a specialized website to know the rules.
Shea Stadium is near Flushing Meddow and La Guardia Airport. It need 40 mn... more
What do you say about the greatest town in the world? Just like the show business theres no place like it. No place I know.
Most of my experiences in this city are an extension of the explorer in......
"I LOVE NEW YORK” is the oldest one in the book, conventional wisdom in all caps. And yet, it still somehow retains its potency, and why is that? Because only a fool would think otherwise. Consider......
New York City has to be the world's greatest, coolest, craziest and certainly most tempting city. On top of that it's the most diverse ethnic/cultural melting pot imaginable. NYC has everything for......