South Street Seaport, New York City

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19 Fulton Street, Second FloorNew York, NY 10038

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    South Street Seaport

    by Jschukal Updated Aug 24, 2002

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    Great shopping area and the freshest fish in town. Go to Fulton late night to see the fishing boats come in ans sell their catch or just go to a restaurant to eat it. Great shopping and great views of the water, lady liberty, and boats. Make this a day or early evening destination.

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    Visit the South Street Seaport...

    by margaretvn Written Aug 24, 2002

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    Visit the South Street Seaport and walk around there.
    It is on the East River at the foot of Fulton st. It is the city's 19th century port district, which has been restored, and now there are shops, restaurants, pubs, and waterfront piers with historical ships, which are open to the public.

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    A visit to the South Street...

    by Luis_Alberto Written Aug 24, 2002

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    A visit to the South Street Seaport Historical District, where you will find the Seaport Museum, and nice restaurants and stores at Pier 17.
    From here is a short walk on the embarkment, with great views of the Brooklyn Bridge.

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    Movie Seaport

    by supermediania Written Jun 22, 2006
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    If you saw a romantic film made in New York , you probably saw this place. Is a beautiful seaport where you could get a beautiful view of Brooklyn Bridge

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    • Romantic Travel and Honeymoons

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    Pier 17

    by SnoopySue Written Feb 4, 2005
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    Lot of shops and fast food restaurants. If you're lucky enough to catch a table near window, or if it is not to cold to take an outside seat, you can enjoy in view of Brooklyn.

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    Lower Manhattan's historic waterfront

    by hundertmorgen Written Sep 30, 2003

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    Very nice area for shopping and restaurants. Breathtaking views to Brooklyn and on the Brooklyn Bridge, a maritime museum and a relaxing scenery (probably not at weekend or on holiday).

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    • Sailing and Boating
    • Museum Visits

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    South Street Seaport

    by marciaca Written Aug 22, 2003

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    Part museum and part shopping area, South Street seaport has old sailing ships you can tour as well as an array or restuarants and gift stores.

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    Site Seeing at South Street...

    by danmcf Written Aug 25, 2002

    Site Seeing at South Street Seaport with tall ships, souviner shopping, and where we had to get tickets for the WTC observation deck.
    The tall ships look neet up against the lower Manhattan skyline.

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