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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 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
From $109.00
 
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

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Nobu New York & Nobu Next Door

Certainly one of New York's top sushi restaurants, Nobu is quite famous as it is an international chain with locations throughout the US, UK, Italy, Japan, and many more sites opening up. I went with...
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Roxy Delicatessen - CLOSED

After visiting the "King Tut" exhibit at the Times Square Exhibition Center, and doing some bargain shopping, we needed a bit of a break and a snack before heading for the Cort Theater and our play...
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The Frying Pan - Closed until Spriing 2015

The Perfect Summer Spot. The Frying Pan is the perfect place to come on a summer evening. It's a barge that's completely open with several bars & a grill. I went there with friends on Friday. It was...
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Planet Hollywood

The only two times that I've eaten at Planet Hollywood has been at the request of my out-of-town guests. This past week I was there again. Decided to forgo my usual burger and try the steak fajitias....
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Tom's Restaurant

Food is good 'ole diner style. Many choices on the menu. Breakfast, lunch and dinner menus. I had a burger. Wasn't the best, but it was OK. The atmosphere is relaxed, and they certainly do not rush...
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Famous Original Ray's Pizza

PIZZA in New York would be considered to be either a snack, a full lunch, pastime food, or hungry man's meal. All over Manhattan you will find Ray's Pizza and half the time you will come across that...
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La Mela Ristorante

Located near the entrance of Little Italy on Mulberry Street, it was raining hard so my friend Brian and I chose to eat in this restaurant as it appeared lively, social and fun. We ordered the...
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Grimaldi's Pizzeria

We had our anniversary day, so we decided to go to this place, since in one of my books it was told to be the best pizzerai in town. (the best steakhouse or something woulnd´t fit our budget this...
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Le Pain Quotidien

There's a few of these around New York offering reasonably priced organic coffee and cake. It's a small chain started in Brussels with franchises all over the world. It serves coffee in big handle...
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Sardi's

The name, Sardi's is virtually synonymous with Broadway. In the heart of "The Theater District," the restaurant is very popular for pre-theater and post-theater dining, and "opening-night" parties....
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Grand Central Oyster Bar

Serving oysters and assorted other seafood to travelers since the opening of Grand Central Station in 1913, this is a nice place to enjoy good food and a very New York experience, especially if you...
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John's of Bleecker Street

Johns Pizza is renowned in NY - there are 3 restaurants, but the main centrally located one is right round the corner from the hotel the Milford Plaza, and opposite where Phantom is playing. WEST...
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Café Lalo

Cafe Lalo is beyond compare on the Upper Westside of Manhattan. The menu is European influenced as are the surroundings. Exposed brick, soft lighting (not dim!), large french windows opened in late...
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SEA Thai Restaurant

The restaurant is located in the middle of Williamsburg, Brooklyn. A Polish populated location with a lot of punk / rock young adults. The streets have graffiti with a bit of a dangerous feel to it at...
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Top Things to Do in New York City

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Empire State Building

The Empire State Building - a 102-story, 381 m high skyscraper in Midtown Manhattan (5th Avenue between 33rd and 34th street), completed in 1931 - is probably the most famous building in New York, and...
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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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Times Square

I couldn't decide if this should be a "Things to Do" or "Tourist Trap" tip! My cousin and his wife's hotel was right by here so we cruised through it, checked out the new pedestrian walkway (Great...
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Rockefeller Center - Plaza

You surely must go to Rockefeller Center. Why? Well... because it is there, it was made expressly to take you there, it represents well the best in New York (harmony in XXXXL size), because it has...
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United Nations

Individual tickets have to be purchased at the UN on the day of your visit. No tickets can be purchased online. Leave plenty of time to get through security & airport style metal detectors....
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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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Top 5 New York City Writers

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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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