New York Hotels Deals

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New York Hotels Deals

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On October 4, 2012
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    central park new york and manhattan areas
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    New York Skyline as seen from Ellis Island, Manhattan, New York
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    The Central Park in Manhattan, New York. View from top of Rockefeller Center
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    Midtown New York City After Dark
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    Midtown New York City After Dark
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    New York City NewYork- Brooklyn Bridge
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    View of New York City from Hell's Kitchen
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    Beautiful New York City - aerial view
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Things to see in New York:

-The Bronx:

the most maligned and misunderstood borough. Its reputation as a gritty, down-and-out place is a little outdated, and more than a little incorrect.

-Greenwich Village:

home to a lot of creative genius: Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Allen Ginsberg, Jack Kerouac, Willem de Kooning, Mark Rothko, Jackson Pollock, Franz Kline, and finally Bob Dylan;

-Lower Manhattan:

the neighborhood is home to intimidating skyscraper-lined canyons of the Financial District on Wall Street and lower Broadway – you’ll best appreciate the area by walking its streets;

-SoHo:

the soppers’ paradise:  undeniably glamorous, often overpriced, painfully overcrowded, and super-trendy;

-Queens:

home to numerous museums and restaurants: Lemon Ice King of Corona, Flushing Meadows-Corona Park, Jackson Heights, Museum of the Moving Image, Noguchi Museum, MoMA PS1, Long Island City, and Astoria;

-Union Square:

this open space area attracts nannies with their charges, students, and all sorts of visitors who flock to the Union Square Greenmarket to rub elbows with local chefs and shoppers;

-Brooklyn:

the most populated area – home to 2.5 mil people; also one of the trendiest neighborhoods; areas to explore: Williamsburg, Carroll Gardens, Cobble Hill, and Brooklyn Heights;

-Midtown East:

explore massive urban monuments: the Empire State Building, the Chrysler Building, Grand Central Terminal, and Rockefeller Center;

-Midtown West:

main attractions: Times Square, Broadway theaters, The New York Times Building, Rockefeller Center, and Madame Tussaud’s New York;

Other popular neighborhoods in New York City:

-Chelsea
-Chinatown
-East Village
-Flatiron District
-Gramercy
-Harlem
-Lower East Side
-Meatpacking District
-NoLIta
-Staten Island

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