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  • 51. Manhattan Bridge

    This is the Manhattan Bridge, right next to Brooklyn bridge... I took this picture of the first one while riding my double decker red tour bus and passing right under the bridge. Brooklyn bridge can...

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  • 52. Coney Island

    My favorite thing about New York is just the pulse of the city. There is always something going on and if you get bored there you might as well be dead. But the thing I miss more than anything is the...

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  • 53. Phones

    Try Radio Shack and Best Buy. Check out the carrier / brands on the left navigation...

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  • 54. Bronx

    SOME HISTORY AND PERSPECTIVE: The Bronx, northernmost borough of New York City, the only New York City borough on the mainland. Coextensive with Bronx County, it is traversed by the Bronx River and...

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  • 55. Columbia University & Washington Heights

    One of America's great universities is located on Manhattan, uptown on the west side, around 105th street. Originally King's College, Columbia has played an important role in American History and in...

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  • 56. Maps

    During our week in Manhattan we relied upon our maps as we did much of our sightseeing on foot. It is essential to have a general understanding of the districts. As long as you get close to your...

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  • 57. Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)

    The Museum of Modern Art (or MoMA, as it's usually called) boasts the world's greatest collection of painting and sculpture from the late 19th century to the present, including everything from Monet's...

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  • 58. Helicopter Ride

    Though most of NY life is down at the street, the best of its arquitechture is upstairs, where only doves and some helicopters can reach. So if you can't afford having a helicopter ride, LOOK UP all...

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  • 59. Buskers

    Buskers.New York has thousands. So have many cities in the world. But I enjoyed the ones we saw on every street corner and subway station in New York. These performers are good-especially the...

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  • 60. Tribeca

    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...

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  • 61. Saint Paul's Chapel

    St. Paul's Chapel is owned by Trinity Church - the Episcopal congregation further down Broadway which once owned most of lower Manhattan. The Chapel here is a survivor - first of the devastating 1776...

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  • 62. East Village

    I put them together on the title, but they'll be the first to tell you the two are seperate. Little japan occupies a small section of the east village, mainly around E 9th and E 8th st. ....more to...

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