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Baltimore to New York City by Rail
"All aboard! Leave the traffic problems at home while you relax aboard an Amtrak Regional train for a day in New York. Take a nap on the comfortable roomy seats or stop by the Café Car. Before you know it you'll be in Pennsylvania Station New York. With a mid-morning arrival it's just a few blocks to pick up your included tickets for a memorable hop-on hop-off tour of New York and Brooklyn. Stay on the bus or hop off at the stop of your choice. There's something to do at nearly every stop on a variety of loop tours. Visit mu observatories theaters zoos
From $329.00
 
Day Trip from Hartford CT to New York City by Rail
"All aboard! Leave the traffic problems at home while you relax aboard an Amtrak Regional Train for a day in New York. Take a nap on the comfortable roomy seats or stop by the Café Car. Before you know it you'll be in Pennsylvania Station New York. With a mid-morning arrival it's just a few blocks to pick up your included tickets for a memorable hop-on hop-off tour of New York and Brooklyn. Stay on the bus or hop off at the stop of your choice. There's something to do at nearly every stop on a variety of loop tours. Visit mu observatories theaters zoos
From $259.00
 
Double Decker Hop-On-Hop-Off Bus and Times Square Dining Experience
"This 3-day Hop-On Hop-Off Double-Decker bus pass includes four bus loops: The Downtown Tour Uptown Tour Brooklyn Tour NY at Night Tour! With this pass you will also receive free admission to the Museum of the City of New York a free bike rental in Central Park and a cruise around Liberty Island!Hop-on and off at the various stops on your loop or take the whole loop around and see world-famous landmarks including One World Trade Center
From $83.00

More Things to Do in Harlem

Visit the Gem of Harlem

Stop by the Studio Museum in Harlem next time your in NYC. You won't regret it. The Studio is a wealth of African-American culture that is often overlooked. In the mood for dance? Check out the...
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janicewilson
Apr 04, 2011

Tour of the Church of the Intercession

Every fourth Saturday of the month at 3pm join the tour of one of Harlem/Washington Heights landmarks: The Church of the Intercession; visiting the church, crypt, cloister, and vicarage. This was one...
FrBerto
Aug 02, 2010

Celebrate St. Philip's Church's Bicentennial

Throughout 2009. Harlem's St. Philip's Church is celebrating its 200th Anniversary. The first great thing was/is the church's interior beauty. Designed by the first African American architect licensed...
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Apr 15, 2009

Baptist Church

The Abyssinian Baptist Church is among the most famous of the many churches in Harlem. The church traces its roots to 1808, when black parishioners left the First Baptist Church of New York in protest...
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ZiOOlek
Jun 18, 2007

Hamilton Grange National Memorial

It is the home of Alexander Hamilton: military officer, lawyer, member of the United States Constitutional Convention, American statesman, first United States Secretary of the Treasury, and Founding...
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ZiOOlek
Jun 18, 2007

City College of New York

The College is a senior college of the City University of New York. It is also the oldest of City University's twenty three institutions of higher learning.Its neo-Gothic campus was mostly designed by...
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Jun 18, 2007
 
 
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Apollo Theatre

The Apollo Theater in Harlem is one of the most famous clubs for popular music in the United States, and certainly the most famous club associated almost exclusively with African-American...
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Jun 18, 2007

Gospel music in Harlem - Abyssinian

Abyssinian Baptist Church Gospel Service Situated deep in Harlem, the Abyssinian Baptist Church is a magnificent house of worship which holds renowned Sunday morning gospel services.The church is...
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astro_kerryn
May 17, 2004

The People

I would say, people in Harlem are extremly friendly. I asked for direction, the whole family came out from home and not just showing me the direction, they chit chat with me... Mrs Amanda and her...
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o00o
Mar 31, 2003

Gospel Choir

There is a church and very famous with its Gospel Choir. The time to come on Sunday for its Gospel Mass.
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Mar 31, 2003

Historical Building

5 minutes walk west of D Line St 125 Subway Station, there are some very beautiful well kept historical buiding.
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Mar 31, 2003

Junction of St 125.

What you can see from Street 125 junction is the shops and the people. I found Harlem is one of the best place for shopping.
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Mar 31, 2003

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"Always My Sweet Harlem"
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"Harlem - The Street of Talents"
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