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Small Group Walking-Subway-Food Tour of Central Park and Midtown Manhattan
"This 6-hour walking tour is for those who truly want to experience the full perspective of what Manhattan has to offer plus its sounds smells and tastes!Some of the attractions and sites we will visit:Central Park - marshlands turned into 843 landscaped acres of more than four million trees shrubs and plants - attractions include Strawberry Fields The Dakota
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Small Group Walking-Subway-Food Tour of Midtown and Lower Manhattan
"This small group 6-hour walking tour (10 participants max) is for those who truly want to experience the full perspective of what Manhattan has to offer plus its sounds smells and tastes! Some of the stops include:Union Square & Gramercy – cozy village charm; order-at-the-counter options surrounding Union Square. Greenwich Village - charming bohemian legacy; Milk & Cookies Bakery Famous Joe's Pizza & Molly's Cupcakes. Washington Square Park - epicenter of the 60's folk movement; Mamoun's. South Street Seaport – historic maritime waterfront; seasonal Smorgasburg. East Vi vibrant nightlife and artistic sensibility; Frank(Italian) Motorino(Pizza)
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Small Group Walking-Subway-Food Tour of Manhattan
"This 6 or 8-hour walking tour is for those who truly want to experience the full perspective of what Manhattan has to offer plus its sounds smells and tastes!  The 8 hour walking tour includes all the stops on a 6 hour tour with additional stops at the Highline South Street Seaport Gramercy & Union Square and the East Village. See detailed itinerary below."
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Google maps for walking around in NYC

Using google maps on smart phone can be of great help in NYCThis was true by my experience to the Big Apple during my trip in late October. I used google map on my iphone 6 (with 3G/wifi, of course)...
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silentfish193350
Nov 19, 2015

Chinatown for people who've never been!

I recommend Chinatown to you because,There are so many things to buy, stands are everywhere filled with cool trinkets.Last time I bought some jade necklaces, a flower, a really cute purse, and an...
leenymary
Jul 29, 2014

Chinatown

I recommend Chinatown to you because,There are so many things to buy, stands are everywhere filled with cool trinkets.Last time I bought some jade necklaces, a flower, a really cute purse, and an...
leenymary
Jul 29, 2014

Largest Chinatown in The Americas

The New York City Chinatown, located in southwestern Manhattan, at the Lower East Side to its east, Little Italy to its north, Civic Center to its south, and Tribeca to its west, is the Largest...
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machomikemd
Jul 23, 2014

Chinatown

New York City has the largest Chinese population outside of Asia, and Manhattan's Chinatown is one of the oldest population centres in the West. It's tucked up right alongside the shiny buildings...
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antistar
Jun 05, 2013

Surprise, surprise, I'm in my element here

The Chinatown in Manhattan is actually not the only one in New York City - there are two others in Brooklyn and Queens. The one in Manhattan, with a population of about 90,000-100,000 is one of the...
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Tijavi
Nov 16, 2012

Authentic Chinese Food

To truly experience Chinatown, you have to eat at Dim Sum Restaurant. Order any of the following to enjoy true Chinese cuisine (and not the black gooey soy sauce laden Chinese restaurant crap they...
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Icemaiden02
Apr 04, 2011

Chinatown

Chinatown is my personal favorite area to shop and eat in , in NYC. It's a little like being in China I would imagine. At least it is as close to China you can get without leaving the U.S.I love all...
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Florida999
May 31, 2010

Chinatown

We enjoy walking down Canal Street, Mott Street. The markets, shops, restaurants and people watching are just great. The Pearl River Shop on 477 Broadway is filled with Chinese inspired clothing,...
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apbeaches
Apr 18, 2010

Chinatown-- Which one?

New York has 3 Chinatowns. One in Manhattan, Queens, and Brooklyn.The one in Manhattan has the most to offer to a tourist though. Some of the best Chinese food is served in Manhattan. What they serve...
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iam1wthee
Feb 23, 2010

Chinatown

Chinatown in Manhattan (there's one in Brooklyn and one in Queens) is one of the many vibrant and colorful neighborhoods you will find in New York.This is one of the largest Chinese communities...
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marielexoteria
Feb 09, 2010

Hectic!

We happened upon China town purely by accident. This place is mental! so busy and buzzing but I have to say rather overwhelming for me as I couldn't make rhyme nor reason of the streets around here...
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clareabee
Dec 07, 2009
 
 
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Things to Do Near Chinatown

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Little Italy

The Italian American Museum is in the heart of NYC's Little Italy, at the intersection of Mulberry and Grand Streets. This building once housed the "Banco Stabile" which was found in 1885 to offer...
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Lower East Side

Are you a Led Zeppelin fan, A metalhead or a rocker? Well if your in Ny there is one place you got to Visit. That is the Physical Grafiti Building located 96 Saint Mark's Place (just off 1st...
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Lower East Side Tenement Museum

I don´t know did we choose the wrong tour or what, but this tour was far from what we thought! I think I waited this museum most from our trip, and it sounded just like my kind of thing and I was so...
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New Museum

Completed in 2007, the New Museum building is one of the most original in NYC. The cubic building was designed by the renowned Japanese firm SANAA (Sejima + Nishizawa and Associates) and is...
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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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Economy Candy

Floor to ceiling candy shop since 1937. They have every and any candy imaginable. They sell vintage and novelty items with a candy theme. Candies are sorted in one section by color as well, perfect...
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