Pedi-cab, New York City

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  • A passerby on a Pedi-cab
    A passerby on a Pedi-cab
    by Gypsystravels
  • Pedi-cab
    by MELEBR
  • Pedi-cab
    by thelittlevoice
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    Pedi-cab

    by Gypsystravels Updated Jan 16, 2008

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    A passerby on a Pedi-cab

    NYC has it all, and with no exception is the Pedi-cab. You will find they are located throughout the major areas like Central Park, 34th Street, Rockefeller Plaza, etc.

    If you're traveling a short distance, why not try the Pedi-cab, cuts down on pollution and will get you to your destination quickly.

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    Rickshaw

    by MELEBR Written Feb 14, 2006

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    When NYE was over we had one hour to get to Cipriani's on 42nd St. With the police barracades still up they werent letting anyone walk through the streets were only open to cars, taxis, and rickshaws. We hurried back to the hotel got dressed. And started on our way, we decided with 5 minutes to spare that it would be awesome to pile in one of those bikes with the carriges on the back. It was soo much fun, not to mention the guy who was "driving" us was pretty cute and had amzing legs! We did almost get hit by a car but our "driver" , in true NYC style, yelled "Yo" really loud and slammed his hand on the taxi. Scary but so much fun. The "driver" was very careful and aware of his surroundings, we didnt even notice the taxi until he yelled. He only charge $15 to go several blocks, and was so sincerly nice when we tiped him an extra $5.

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    Rickshaw

    by thelittlevoice Written Jun 13, 2005

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    My friend and I wanted to try this bike thingie that runs around the Central Park however we didn't wanna go around in Central Park so we asked if he could take us to Flat Iron Building, the first guy said that would be $50. We thought that was too much so we said no. We were about to give up when we met this guy Andrew, he said it would be $25 so we got on right away. We enjoyed it a lot so we decided to ask him to go further to where the World Trade Center used to be and that would be another $25. I think that was a pretty good value.

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