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New York Botanical Garden Admission
"Located in the Bronx just 20 minutes on MetroNorth from Grand Central Terminal on the Harlem line the New York Botanical Garden has showcased the United States' premier northeast garden landscapes since its inception in 1891. Use your All-Garden Pass for all-day entry to this National Historic Landmark and its world-renowned exhibitions.  orchid collection perennial garden conifer arboretum Ruth Rea Howell Family Garden
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Walking Tour of Greenwich Village
"Your tour begins on the corner of 6th Avenue and Waverly Place by discussing the rich history of the village and how it came to be the unique neighborhood it is today. As you walk towards the park we stop at several landmarks including the Edgar Allan Po a former potter's field and learn how this area became the destination for musicians protesters and bohemians. Visit the Brown Building site of the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire in 1911 an event that shook America to the core and began the labor movement in this country. Once you'e out of the park we head up McDougal Street
From $35.00
 
Couple's Private Helicopter Tour over New York
"Avoid the traffic and take in spectacular views on 30-minute or 45-minute scenic helicopter flight over Manhattan. Bring your special someone along on this unique tour that’s priced for 2 persons.Tours depart from Westchester County Airport in Wh New York a relaxed crowd-free location just outside NYC. It’s easily accessed by public transit (Metro-North rail) and by car (free parking).You’ll start out with a safety briefing before boarding the helicopter. Shortly after takeoff you’ll enjoy stunning aerial v Yankee Stadium the iconic Manhattan skyline the Empire State and Chrysler buildings
From $525.00

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Pastosa

Pastosa is an Italian specialty store that carries home made pasta, sauces, cheeses, etc. This store has been a favorite of my wife's family for a long time. If we are not making our own pasta; we are...
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Sal & Dom's Bakery

This is the bakery that Liz and her family love. After having some pastry from this place I can understand their devotion. The bakery always has a line of people waiting to place their order. The...
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Arthur Ave. Retail Market

Walking down Arthur Avenue towards 185th street you will find the Arthur Ave. Retail Market. Its a european style market complete with home made and imported sausages, cheeses, fresh vegetables,...
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Shopping on Fordham Road

Its lively, noisy, littered, and a bit crowded on weekends. Fordham Road gives you the experience of the energy of the Bronx, and here its obvious you have left Manhattan. If you want some bargain...
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Arthur Avenue Bread Co.

This shop bakes great bread that is distributed throughout the Bronx and Queens. They have a few tables for you to sit and have coffee and enjoy some cookies or other pastries. Order them to go and...
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187th Street

Don´t miss Egidios Pastry Shop on 187th street. About 1 or 2 blocks east of Arthur Avenue. They have great cakes and pastries and you can sit down for a cappucino too.Also along 187th you can find an...
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Arthur Avenue

Besides the Retail Market, along Arthur Ave. you can also find clams on the half shell that the owners are sure to convince you to try and a couple excellent bakeries and good restaurants. I always...
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1000 Baychester Avenue, Bronx, New York, 10475, United States
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997 Brook Ave., Bronx, New York, 10451, United States
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1300 Sedgwick Ave, Bronx, New York, 10452, United States
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1922 Boston Road, Bronx, New York, 10460, United States
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1440 Sheridan Expressway, Bronx, New York, 10459, United States
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143 East 150th St., Bronx, New York, 10451, United States
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Top Things to Do in Bronx

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New York Botanical Garden

The Garden was established in 1891 on part of the grounds of the Lorillard Estate (the tobacco magnate) and a land that was a portion of St. John's College (now Fordham University) campus. The Torrey...
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"Welcome to the Boogiedown."
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Gypsystravels

"I use to live here!!!"
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moiraistyx

"ALPHABETICALLY, THE FIRST OF THE FIVE ISLANDS"
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Lorro

"Little Italy in the Bronx"
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"Behind Enemy Lines"
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