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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
From $49.00
 
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
From $58.00
 
Private Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island Tour
"Meet your guide (at the time of your choice) inside Castle Clinton on the southern tip of Manhattan and board the ferry. Enjoy priority boarding without waiting in a line and hear anecdotes about Battery Park New York Harbor and the surrounding areas . Once on the island we head to the pedestal and gain access to the exclusive Statue of Liberty Museum. Highlights include one of the original statue torches rare memorabilia and the plaque with the poem ""The New Colossus"" that was at the base of the statue from 1903 until the 1980's.  Take in the sights of the New York skyline on the observation deck. Enjoy free time to do some shopping and get a once-in-a lifetime photo o
From $114.00

Most Viewed Off The Beaten Path in New York City

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Holiday Season

if you're going to New York this Christmas, you can always take the opportunity to visit The Saks Fifth Avenue window displays, Displays are located right across Fifth Avenue from the Rockefeller...
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Central Park

I love Central Park in New York City anytime of year. Central Park is a park in the central New York City borough of Manhattan. It opened in 1857, on 778 acres of city-owned land. In the summer time,...
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Queens

Queens is a pretty confusing place and everything is scattered around. Took a food tour with Queens Food Tours (queensfoodtours.com) which combines food, history and culture. We ate from some of the...
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Greenwich Village

“A nickel will get you on the subway, but garlic will get you a seat” —Anonymous, (it is clear these amusing words of wisdom date from the early days of the NY subway system; the fare has not been a...
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Roosevelt Island

Manhattan's other island, easy to get there and you can also get there by cable lift, gas is much to see and do there, the suggestion from me, not many people know about the procedures island in the...
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Wall Street - Bull Statue

Whilst walking through the Wall Street Financial district I came to a typical street scene that occurs all over the world. Kegs of beer being delivered to bars, clubs and hotels, it very often still...
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Columbia University & Morningside Heights

As you walk up Broadway Avenue heading for the Columbia University campus it is impossible not to recognize Tom's Restaurant, which was featured in the TV show "Seinfeld" as the main characters'...
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Ground Zero

But sound aloud the praises, and give the victor-crown To our noble-hearted Firemen, who fear not danger's frown. —Frederic G.W. Fenn, “Ode to our Firemen,” 1878 Stop by the 132 West 10th Street...
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Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum

This is my favorite one..she looks so real.. they also have an awesome gift shop at the end of the tour. the tour is self paced so you can take as long as you like.. everyone should go. I truly...
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Harlem

Though a relatively minor engagement, this battle showed the American troops that they could win in battle after the disastrous loss on Long Island. On Sept. 16, 1776, the Americans still controlled...
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The High Line

The High Line is a 1.45-mile-long New York City linear park built on an elevated section of a disused New York Central Railroad spur called the West Side Line. It is free so it was one of the things...
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Riverside Park

“It sure has been a pleasure for us to broadcast for the sailors and soldiers.” — Bob Hope (1903-2003) The Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Memorial Monument honors Union Army soldiers and sailors who served...
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Cloisters & Fort Tyron Park

A walk through Fort Tryon Park in the middle of a March snowstorm - it really feels as as you are long way in both time and place from the rest of Manhattan. Originally this area was a private...
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Chinatown

Lower Manhattan's Columbus Park, once a refuge for immigrant Italian laborers, is now a central meeting place for Chinese residents of "Chinatown" which it borders on the west side located at the...
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Top Things to Do in New York City

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Empire State Building

This is yet another icon of New York City. Glimpses of it are shown in movies and TV shows set in NYC. It is internationally famous. We have learned that the Empire State Building stands at 1,454...
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Rockefeller Center - Plaza

Holidays are very special time for many and what better place to spend it than NYC. But, their is countless amount of places to visit. this article you find a few of the must see places to visit. feel...
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Statue of Liberty - Ellis Island

I took my best photos of the Statue of Liberty from the board of New York Water Taxi. When you visit New York City just choose sunny or partly cloudy day, check when the sunset supposed to start on...
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United Nations

We wanted to see the United Nations Complex. We walked from the Chrysler building, eastward along 42nd Street, until we reached First Avenue. The United Nations Complex runs for several blocks along...
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Central Park

Central Park is an urban park in upper Manhattan (established in 1857) and the largest outdoor-recrational area in Manhattan. It has has miles of walkways for walkers, joggers and cyclists and is one...
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Staten Island and Staten Island Ferry

One of the very few New York attractions which doesn't cost you anything.. since 1997, use of the ferry is free. The ferry connects South Manhattan with Staten Island, runs 24/7 hours a day in...
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"A NYC GYPSY AT HEART"
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"NYC: Everyday, Something new."
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shutterlust

"I Heart New York."
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""I want to be a part of it ...""
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". : New York City : ."
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