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Brooklyn Bridge Guided Bike Tour
"This 2-hour tour takes you up in the air above New York City! The entire New York Harbor will be visible including the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island Staten Island the port of Brooklyn and several miles of the New Jersey coastline. Descend into Brooklyn seeing NYC’s Financial District from across the river followed by historic houses of Brooklyn Heights. You will return over the bridge
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New York City Luxury Bus Tour and Harbor Cruise
"Your experience will begin by boarding a state-of-the-art luxury vehicle. You will be greeted by a licensed professional NYC tour guide and start your adventure to get to know the city of New York.During the tour you will find out information abo the Metropolitan Museum of Art Grand Central Terminal Madison Square Park Wall Street the 9/11 Memorial and more. Continue your experience on a 1-hour guided sightseeing cruise of New York Harbor. Take in the city's most amazing views as you admire the famous Manhattan skyline passing iconic New York attractions including the Statue of Liberty
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New York Harbor Hop-on Hop-off Cruise including One World Observatory Ticket
"After departing from Pier 79 in Midtown the cruise will stop at Battery Park a short walk from One World Observatory where you have timed admission. Your hop-on hop-off ticket is valid for one day allowing you to design your own sightseeing itinerary for your trip to the Big Apple. Hop on and off as often as you want and enjoy informative and amusing commentary as you go! The boats will give you up-close views of the Statue of Liberty Ellis Island
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NYSE - the Stock Exchange

The New York Stock Exchange has been called the nerve center of the world's economy, and increasingly it's being guarded as if its Fort Knox. You'll have to walk past post 9/11 barricades and police...
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Jun 08, 2005

Trinity Church (Episcopal)

Trinity Church at the head of Wall Street is housed in a magnificent Gothic Revival structure that dates from the 1840s, but there was an congretation here in the late 17th century, which actually at...
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Jun 07, 2005

Federal Hall National Memorial

"Downtown" New York is awash in classical architecture. This "Federal Hall" is perhaps the most notable example of Greek Revival in the city. When it was built in the 1840s it was the US Customs House...
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Jun 07, 2005

The wall street area

This street has always been the most important one for New Yorkers. The street was named for a wall that protected Manhattan from attacks of Indians at the times of the Dutch traders. The wall...
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Mar 12, 2005

Wall Street and Ground Zero

After we had taken the Staten Island ferry we walked over to Battery Park to see if we could take a trip out to Ellis Island. But we decided that we were fed up with lining up so we skipped this and...
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Oct 13, 2004

New York Stock Exchange

With so much attention being given to terrorist threats ,I thought I'd pay a visit to the New York Stock Exchange area...Its located in the same general area as the World Trade Centers...on (D-uh)...
Aug 11, 2004

Wherever you goes STARBUCKS!!

Yes, we stopped in a couple of Starbucks' coffee shops. It's become an American classic. Good coffee.....pleasant atmosphere and it's so good to get a load off your feet!! :-) This one was down near...
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Jul 26, 2004

People watching in Wall Street

The photo shows the Federal Building across the Wall Street from the New York Stock Exchange. The security in this area is very tight, but the Federal Building must not be very important because its...
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Jul 24, 2004


The intersection between Wall St and Broad St is one of the most knonwn in the world. There are three historical buildings: The Federal hall National Monument where George Washington was elected...
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Jun 04, 2003

Wall Street

If you're interested in financial issues, you might find it interesting to visit the NYSE building, in Wall Street. There's not much to see there after making a long line to get in, except that you...
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Apr 26, 2003

Wall Street Area

Visit the Wall Street area where ther are many choice sites. Wall Street itself was originally a walled fortress. Nearby in the area is Federal Hall where George Washington took his oath of office as...
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Mar 16, 2003

Finding your way around New York.

Getting around New York can get confusing at times (especially downtown). Midtown is quite easy since all the streets are numbered. Downton, it's all names. Be sure to familiarize yourself with some...
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Sep 28, 2002
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City Tours - CityPass

We purchased a 7day pass online through the Qantas site which offered a discounted price. The pass allows you to go to the front of the line and save money along the way. There are a number of tourist...
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African Burial Ground National Monument

During excavation for a new office building, in lower Manhattan, a burial ground of about 400 slaves was unearthed, and digging quickly stopped. Some 200 bodies still remain buried here, and in its...
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Manhattan Municipal Building

Build in 1913 with the height of 170 m and 40 floors looks like a replica of Moskow university building with the 7 sisters of moskow .Surface is 60000 sq m. The 20 ft high gilded statue of 'Civic...
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Ahh, the Triangle Beneath Canal Street or more popularly called the TRIBECA. the district was formerly an area of industry with many industrial buildings but fell into hard times in the 60's and...
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Ground Zero - World Trade Center

We walked over here and sat for a while after walking around the 9/11 Memorial. It was a gorgeous and warm afternoon and the breeze off the water was welcoming and refreshing. Directly across from us...
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National September 11 Memorial

I tell most people what the volunteers at the museum told me - if you visit New York frequently, consider getting the membership. I wanted to see everything while I was there, but for myself and many...
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