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Thanks for the messages,it Really takes some of my time to right this down for you,they are alot of places that you gonna enjoy in New York,so places like:
TOP TEN PLACES TO VISIT IN NYC
1. BIG APPLE TOUR (DOUBLE DECKER BUS)
Best place to start on your first day! Sit back, relax and experience the entire city
with the September wind in your hair and a bird’s eye view of NYC’s famous
landmarks, then plan to revisit your favs. You’ll swear you’re on a movie set!
2. TIMES SQUARE/BROADWAY
If you are lucky enough to be staying here, you’ll enjoy the spectacle of Times
Square/Broadway at night. There is nothing like it! Don’t be put off by the
crowds. Just go with the flow, feel the electricity, be a part of it~ If a Broadway
show is on your “to do” list, make sure you visit TKS half-price ticket booths or
order tickets online beforehand.
3. EMPIRE STATE BUILDING
I know it’s a romantic notion to visit the top, but unless you have hours to stand
in line and pay $20 for the pleasure, it’s not an affair you want to remember~
Better to admire this treasure from afar. You will anyway!
4. WINDOW SHOPPING ON 5TH AVENUE
Speaking of treasures, taking a stroll along Fifth Avenue is still my favorite thing
to do in NYC ala Audrey Hepburn/Sex in the City. It is a must for every first
timer and just a few blocks from your hotel. Start with the Empire State Building
at 34th St. and work your way up to NY Public Library on 42nd. At 50th you will
find Rockefeller Plaza, and for all you fashionistas, Saks Fifth Avenue, Jimmy
Choo’s and every designer shop in between at your perfectly manicured
fingertips. Beautiful St. Patrick’s Cathedral also at 50th, Trump Tower at 56th,
Tiffany’s (whoo hoo) at 57th, the stately Plaza Hotel, FAO Schwartz (for kids of
every age) and Central Park at 59th. Don’t let the street numbers intimidate you.
These are very short blocks and worth every step! (just leave your Jimmy Choo’s
at home for now )
5. CENTRAL PARK
I think Fifth Avenue and 59th Street is the best entrance into Central Park. Just a
few steps in and you can sit, relax and enjoy the Pond with a NYC hotdog while
you catch your breath before heading off to the “Met” at 72nd and Fifth Avenue:
6. METROLPOLITAN MUSEUM
A must see even if you have just an hour to spare. One of the greatest museums
in the world; Insider tip: Suggested donation is $12, but they will accept “any”
donation. So $1 is your golden ticket to the most wonderful treasures in the
7. SOHO/CHINATOWN/LITTLE ITALY/VILLAGE
These are my FOUR favorite neighborhoods in NYC to “get lost” in and
they are right next to each other, but you’ll need a few hours to cover it.
Soho/Village is the hippest place ever, with all the artsy shops, galleries
and boutiques. Little Italy has a big festival going on, so you must try the
food vendors or one of the many quaint Italian restaurants on Mulberry
Street. Stay on Mulberry until you reach Canal Street and there you will be
magically transformed into Chinatown with legendary bargain shopping
8. STREET FAIRS
A fun and eclectic NYC experience you won’t forget, but only on the
weekends. Amazing food and bargains you won’t believe. Check the local
listings, for these folks move from place to place from Spring till Fall.
9. BROOKLYN BRIDGE/SOUTH STREET SEAPORT
I mention this because I never completely felt the New York experience
until I visited the famous Brooklyn Bridge and Seaport. If you are lucky
enough to take part in the NAMSS outing, you’ll see it on our cruise.
10. LADY LIBERTY
I saved the best for last because it’s such an emotional experience, and a
perfect ending. You just can’t help feeling the proud American.if you need to know more i can still tell you some few places that you gonna enjoy
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