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New York City Hop-on Hop-off Tour
"Enjoy pre-recorded tour narration in 11 different languages! In addition to live tour guides in English you can choose pre-recorded narration in English French Spanish German Italian Portuguese Mandarin
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El Yunque National Forest Tour from Fajardo
"Your tour departs from centrally-located Fajardo hotels at 10am. You will be visit Puerto Rico's number one tourist attraction. Not only will you get to hike through the rain-forest (on paved trails) you will learn about many native flowers and plants hear the Puerto Rican coqui singing and you might just get caught in one of those magical El Yunque rain showers! The tour will start with a stop at El Portal Visitor Center which provides valuable insight into the surrounding wildlife before your journey continues along streams and misting waterfalls. La Coca Falls quickly comes into view with its magnificent drop of 85-feet (26-m) down onto large rock formations and a shal you will climb the 98 spiral steps to the top of The Yokahú Tower standing at 69-feet-tall (21m)
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Rainforest Tour from San Juan
"After hotel pickup your guide will drive you through the local countryside to share how the locals find miles and miles of secluded prestige beaches. Upon arrival to the National Rainforest you'll be taken to El Portal Visitor Center where you can use the bathroom and gift shop and enjoy a film about the rainforest. Next stop is La Coca Fall at Yocahu Tower where you can enjoy one of the most spectacular views of the east side of Puerto Rico. After Yocahu Tower is waterfall time; we will visit Juan Diego Fall which offers two unique waterfalls. Last but not least Palo Colorao Forest; at this side of the forest you will see the first pool made in the forest. You will then enjoy the hike to La Mina Fall."
From $70.00

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Gray's Papaya

There are two Gray's Papaya locations in New York; West Village, and the Upper East Side. There are seemingly hundreds of the Gray's rip-off "Papaya King". I beg of you not to fall for these. Because...
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Feb 09, 2006

Gray's Papaya

Where else can you get two hotdogs and a soda for two bucks at four in the morning? Open twenty four hours a day, this place is always busy and the hotdogs are always good. The Midtown branch is also...
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May 07, 2005

Gray's Papaya

The Papaya stand is a real gem. It opened in 1972 and has served arguably the best hot dogs in town ever since. It is also very cheap: you can get two frankfurters for a dollar.If hot dogs weren't so...
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Sep 14, 2004

Gray's Papaya

Erm...dunno why people go here...perhaps only due to alcohol consumption. Which is why I went there. The food is fast food crap. If you need a load of beans, then head here. And then fart a lot. It's...
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Dec 10, 2005

Gray's Papaya

If you like hot dogs you will love this place . It is the chepeast hot dog restaurant in New York .And if you like cinema you will feel like beeing in "Fools Rush in" movie :) Hot DogPiña Colada
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Jul 19, 2004
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Williamsburg Bridge

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Getting to Gray's Papaya


2090 Broadway, New York, NY 10023


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