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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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Private 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 you'll visit include: Central Park: marshlands turned into 843 landscaped acres of more than four million trees shrubs and plants. Attractions include Strawberry Fields The Dakota
From $480.00

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A Literary Walk - Part 2

I had so much enjoyed walking around Greenwich Village on my first trip to NYC that I decided to go back and see if I might be able to find a few more sites with an interesting literary connection....
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Jefie
May 01, 2010

St. Luke’s-in-the-Fields’ Secret Garden

St. Luke’s in the Fields is an Episcopal church named in honor of the evangelical physician saint. As outbreaks of yellow fever were commonplace at the time of its founding in the 1820s the name was...
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von.otter
Apr 18, 2010

Jefferson Market Library, Part II

“Founded in 1832, Jefferson Market was one of the principal food markets of the city and was readily recognizable by its wooden fire-lookout tower.”From “New York’s Greenwich Village” 1968, by Edmund...
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von.otter
Mar 06, 2010

Gay & Lesbian Pride Parade!

The month of June of every year ' The Gay: Lesbian & People Of Transgender Persuasion' celebrate their cultural identities and sexual preferences in 'Pride awareness.' These celebrations culminate...
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Mimbari2003
Feb 24, 2010

Lockwood De Forest House, Seven E. 10th St.

Lockwood De Forest, a founding members of the Associated Artists, the decorative arts atelier he co-founded with Louis Comfort Tiffany and Candace Wheeler in 1879, designed the well-preserved façade,...
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von.otter
Dec 30, 2009

One of my favourite areas

Greenwich village is lovely. Tranquility away from the honking horns of midtown although only a hop skip and jump away!This is a lovely place to wander around, taking in the atmosphere, grabbing a...
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clareabee
Dec 07, 2009

Grace Church, The Exterior

Grace Church, designed in the Neo-Gothic style by 23-year-old James Renwick, Jr. in 1843, sits on land purchased from Henry Brevoort. The church is a National Historic Landmark. Consecrated in 1846,...
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Dec 01, 2009

Saint Mark's-in-the-Bowery Church

One of New York's oldest churches, Saint Mark's-in-the-Bowery was built in 1799 as a replacement to an older chapel dating from 1660. The original church was built by Petrus Stuyvesant, the Governor...
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MM212
Nov 11, 2009

Colonnade Row

Although this striking row of Corinthian columns seems as old as the remains of the Temple of Hadrian in Rome, it dates only from 1833. Still, for New York City, it is considered as ancient, but...
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MM212
Oct 31, 2009

Jefferson Market Library

Voted in the 1880s as the fourth most beautiful building in America, the Jefferson Market Library is certainly a looker. The Gothic castle-like edifice was built in 1877 as the Third Judicial District...
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MM212
Oct 28, 2009

The Standard Hotel

The latest addition to New York's list of trendy hotels, the Standard opened its doors in the Meatpacking District in 2009. Its ultra modern design is said to have been inspired by Le Corbusier and is...
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MM212
Oct 28, 2009

Cooper Union

New York's newest architectural intrigue, the new Cooper Union building, was completed in July 2009. It is a new annex to the establishment of higher education, officially called "The Cooper Union for...
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Oct 27, 2009
 
 
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Things to Do Near Greenwich Village

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Forbes Magazine Galleries

Unfortunately, this smaller museum used to hold some of the worlds greatest treasures. But alas, the twelve Imperial Easter Eggs created by the House of Faberge (as well as many other items), were...
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Washington Square Park

Washington Square Park is a distinctive nearly 10 acre fully planned park near New York University in Greenwich Village, on Lower Manhattan. The Park's most notable feature is its huge Washington...
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Stonewall Inn

Often abbreviated just to The Stonewall, this bar and restaurant is a functional business now dedicated to the history of gay rights in NYC. It's easy to find, as it's within a few blocks of...
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McSorley's Old Ale House

Been trying to find this place the last 8 times I was here.. I travel alone and I have a crappy data provider so losing google maps on the street is the norm . This place is located in the old Bowery...
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Union Square - Gramercy

“One should eat to live, not live to eat.” —Moliere (1622-1673) Union Square is one of New York City’s great public spaces. The addition of the market with 60,000 shoppers shop, interacting with...
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Soho District

Many of us who have watched movies and TV series have seen these ladders, or similar around New York. There were a TV series "Tales from Soho" and of episode was named according to the ladders (The...
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Getting to Greenwich Village

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Bounded by W14 st. & Huston St. and West St. & Broadway

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