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NYC East Village Food Tour
"Your tasting adventure begins in the East Village where you will meet your group and local food connoisseur. For 2.5 hours you'll be guided through the East Village neighborhood to try a vast selection of delicacies from juicy hot dogs to old-fashioned egg creams. As you walk from one delicious tasting stop to another you'll also get to hear the inside scoop and local tips about the famous historic and hip neighborhood and New York.On this fun and delicious food tour you'll visit several tasting stops and East Village eateries and may sample: Homem so don't miss this unique opportunity to experience its diverse cuisines!*Please Note: The tasting stops are subject to change without notice""""What better way to tour New York City than to sample local food in the company of a knowledgeable guide? On this 2.5-hour walking tour
From $48.00
 
Central Park Bike Tour
"Meet your guide just a couple of blocks south of Central Park on West 56th Street for your morning or afternoon bike tour. Select a hybrid bike appropriate for your skill and experience level as well as a helmet and map of the park. Then peddle along at a leisurely pace on both paved roads and unpaved trails as your guide talks about the park's history and its many famous attractions. Your guide broadcasts his narration to group through a speaker so you won't miss any details.Admire popular landmarks including ornate Bethesda Fountain the ancient Egyptian obelisk known as Cleopatra's Needle the massive green space of the Sheep Meadow
From $49.00
 
Private Central Park Bike Tour with Professional Photoshoot
"With 843 lush acres and 58 miles of well-worn pathways Central Park is an easy place to get lost—whether that's your plan or not. After getting outfitted with your guide start your tour on West 80th Street and follow a scenic route to Central Park's major landmarks and off-the-beaten-path locales that some visitors miss.On this bike tour access more sites than you would by foot and pause to admire sights such as the Central Park Carousel Cherry Hill the Children's Zoo
From $60.00

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Flushing Meadow/Corona Park

This place was the site of the 1964(?) Worlds Fair. The fair left its mark leaving a few great sites to see. One being the globe in the central fountain. It is huge. In the summer there is water...
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Rockaway Beach

Of all the beaches in the city Rockaway is one of my favorite. The beach is much cleaner than most others in the five boros and it isn't as crowded. We enjoy spending a nice hot summer day relaxing...
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Astoria Park

This park sits in Northern Queens in Astoria. The park has a pool there that is tremendous, people say the 2nd largest in the country but who knows what that means. The Tri Boro Bridge is there o the...
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NYs Other Chinatown (and Koreantown)

Flushing Queens is a realer (is that a word?) Chinatown or Korean town then what you get in overtouristpopulated ChinaTown in downtown Manhatten. Once you get off the subway you are whisked into...
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Isamu Noguchi Sculpture Garden

This place is a little out of the way but for those who seek you will be very satisfied. This is the studio of Isamu Noguchi, and after his death they turned his place into a museum. Has many Japanese...
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