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  • 1. Rockaway Beach

    Of all the beaches in the city Rockaway is one of my favorite. The beach is much cleaner than most others in the five boros and it isn't as crowded. We enjoy spending a nice hot summer day relaxing...

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  • 2. Flushing Meadow/Corona Park

    This place was the site of the 1964(?) Worlds Fair. The fair left its mark leaving a few great sites to see. One being the globe in the central fountain. It is huge. In the summer there is water...

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  • 3. Isamu Noguchi Sculpture Garden

    This place is a little out of the way but for those who seek you will be very satisfied. This is the studio of Isamu Noguchi, and after his death they turned his place into a museum. Has many Japanese...

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  • 4. NYs Other Chinatown (and Koreantown)

    Flushing Queens is a realer (is that a word?) Chinatown or Korean town then what you get in overtouristpopulated ChinaTown in downtown Manhatten. Once you get off the subway you are whisked into...

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  • 5. Astoria Park

    This park sits in Northern Queens in Astoria. The park has a pool there that is tremendous, people say the 2nd largest in the country but who knows what that means. The Tri Boro Bridge is there o the...

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  • 6. PS 1 Contemporary Art Center

    This si one of the most interesting places to see modern art. Its in affiliation with the Museum of Modern Art. Just walk all around this place and don't forget to look in nook and crannies because...

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  • 7. Queens Center Mall

    The Queens Center Mall has gone through some major changes in recent years and what use to be a small shopping center is now a huge mall. The newer part of the mall is attached to the older via a...

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  • 8. Thalia Spanish Theatre

    Before going to Barcelona, Spain the word "FLAMENCO" was some species of flamingo in Spain. I went to watch a dance in Placa Reial at Los Tarantos and immediately was intrigued. So now back in NY I...

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  • 9. Panorama of NYC (Queens Museum of Art)

    I've always liked architecture and making models, so I didn't want to pass up a chance to see the largest architectural scale model on Earth!Housed in the...

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  • 10. Flushing Meadows - Corona Park

    In addition to the Queens Museum of Art, Flushing Meadows Corona Park contains the NY Hall of Science, Queens Botanical Gardens, Queens Theater In The Park, and...

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  • 11. Enjoying The Suite Life

    I'm no fan of the New York Muts but when my broher in law invited us to his company's suite at Citi Field I had to say yes. The suite was huge with a bar, a...

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  • 12. The Pepsi Porch

    Liz's brother works for Pepsi so he had to point out the Pepsi Porch. Ther is a huge Pepsi Cola sign and a large seating area underneath in the right field. The...

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  • 13. Jackie Robinson Rotunda

    When we first entered the rotunda we noticed the sculpture of Jackie Robinson's number 42 as well as his nine values: Courage, Excellence, Persistence, Justice,...

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  • 14. Forest Park

    We love coming to this park. It was conveniently located very close to our home. The park is the third largest in Queens and was designed by Frederick Olmsted...

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  • 15. Visiting Flushing Meadows Corona Park with kids

    This is a huge park in Queens.The Unisphere (huge globe) that is shown in the opening credits of The King of Queens television show is where alot of kids hang...

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  • 16. MoMA Qns - The Museum of Modern Art

    The neighborhood is growing to be more & more residebtial and attractive...Plenty of other places to visit, more of "off the beaten path" kind of things to...

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  • 17. American Museum of The Moving Image

    The museum is part of the Astoria-Kaufman studio complex focusing on the history and understanding of the film and television industry. The collection is...

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  • 18. Panorama of NYC

    Origionally built for the Worlds Fair this is a small scale model of the entire five boros, Manhatten, Queens, Brooklyn, Bronx and they didn't even forget...

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