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Private New York City Night Tour with Driver-Guide
"At nightfall or later if you prefer you will be met for your 3-hour tour at the Manhattan location of your choice. Take a drive in your private vehicle to Hamilton Park in Weehawkin New Jersey high up on the cliffs overlooking the Hudson River. There you will enjoy what is considered to be the best night view of the New York City skyline. From Weehawkin travel along the Hudson River for various river-level views and photos of the city. Through the Holland tunnel across lower-Manhattan and over the Brooklyn Bridge
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New York Hop-On Hop-Off Downtown Tour
"New Yorkers know there can be quite a difference between the hustle and bustle of Downtown Manhattan and the seemingly more scenic streets of Uptown. Hop on our comfortable double-decker bus listen to a live guide or turn on your audio guide and enjoy the narration and amazing views of Downtown Manhattan as you get up close and personal with famous attractions like Times Square Empire Statue Building Flatiron Building Soho Wall St Financial District
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New York Tour by Subway and Bus with Private Guide
"Your tour guide will meet you in the lobby of your Manhattan hotel at 9:00am.  Together you will discuss your itinerary for the day and off you will go to enjoy your adventure.The guide will assist you with purchasing subway/bus passes and instructing you on their use.  The passes are not included in the cost of the tour (appro allowing time for lunch (not included in the cost of the tour) you will be able to visit 11 of the above sights.  If you are interested in visiting all the sights as part of a tour you can reserve this 9-hour tour for one day along with a 5-hour for a separate day or perhaps three 5-hour tours for three separate daysYou are welcome to prearrange with us before the day of your tour any Manhattan sights to include on your itinerary that are not listed above.At the end of the tour
From $299.00

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Hoboken Waterfront

Hoboken has gone through a major waterfront renovation in recent years. The construction of a waterfront walkway that connects Jersey City and Weehawken waterfronts can make for an all day outing.The...
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Sam Sloan Statue

Sam Sloan (1817-1907) was president of the Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad for 32 years, from 1867 to 1899. It is said that this statue originally faced the train terminal and that this...
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CARLO'S BAKE SHOP

Carlo's Bakery or CARLO'S BAKE SHOP was founded in 1910, by Carlo Guastaferro. In 1964 it was purchased by Bartalo "Buddy" Valastro Sr. Bartalo "Buddy" Valastro Jr. currently runs the bakery with help...
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Free Classical Music Concert!!!

Acclaimed 90-voice “New York City Master Chorale” to Perform Mozart’s Requiem at a “Community Gathering for Peace” in HobokenSpecial Gathering of Local Civic Groups, Schools, and Charities to Offer...
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Hoboken: The Sinatra Self Guided Walking Tour

I did this tour on a beautiful Saturday in June of 2004. I just checked the Hoboken Museum website and it makes no mention of this tour, but I'm not sure if it ever did. It does list several other...
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Stroll along the waterfront

There's a park on the waterfront side of Sinatra Drive with open space and greenery, and lovely views of Manhattan. On a clear day you can see from the George Washington bridge down to the...
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Sinatra Was Born Here

Frank Sinatra was born in Hoboken, 415 Monroe St. to be precise. It is about half a dozen blocks over from the main street and not too difficult to find. Unfortunately the house has long since...
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Madonna dei Martiri Tradition (continued)

Once the Madonna is taken off the boat she is carried down Sinatra Drive, and later taken back to St. Francis Church. On Sinatra Drive there is a festival with food, entertainment, rides, and the...
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Madonna dei Martiri Festival

Every year many immigrants from Molfetta, Italy gather in Hoboken to celebrate the feast of the Madonna dei Martiri (our Lady of the Martyrs). The statue is carried out of St. Francis Church following...
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Waiting Room

Attention all lovers of train stations, airport terminals, and other such places where people come and go: Go inside the terminal's waiting room, and you will feel like you have taken a step back in...
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Stevens Institute of Technology

Founded in 1870, Stevens is one of the leading technological universities in the country. Stevens is named for a distinguished family who perpetuated a tradition in American engineering, dating back...
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Erie Lackawanna Terminal

The Erie Lackawanna Terminal is a must see. People used to arrive here by ferry, but you will most likely arrive by train or subway. Don't miss the waiting room. With the dark wood benches, huge...
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Our Lady of Grace Church

Built in 1878, Our Lady of Grace Church showcases the Second Gothic Revival style designed by prominent local architect Francis G. Himpler. The defining exterior and interior Gothic features of the...
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Spend some time just hanging...

Spend some time just hanging out at Frank Sinatra Park (Old Blue Eyes was born in Hoboken, and when he died his music was blasting from windows all over town for a week), located along the Hudson...
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