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Travel New York: Things to do in New York

CENTRAL PARK

This huge park has place for everyone to come. It’s  the best way to start of your introduction to New York. Even though there are many tourists who keep visiting the place in herds now and the  you can still avoid the crowd and find time for your self in the huge area.Designed by Calvert Vaux and Frederick Law Olmsted, Central Park is home to 843 acres of verdant views, vibrant flora and hidden histories. The best way to see it all? Bicycle.Take an early morning stroll, you can rent a bike for a while and go solo

.                                                                  An overview of the Central Park

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WEST VILLAGE STROLL

 This neighborhood is a place of  of quaint brownstones clustered along tree-lined cobblestone streets remains virtually unchanged since the 19th century. You’ll need a map to navigate the puzzling geography!Ignore the temptation to join the curiously long line outside Magnolia Bakery(they’re queuing for cupcakes — repeat, cupcakes). Head two blocks west instead to the Spotted Pig a bustling gastro-pub where you can recharge your batteries with a cask-conditioned ale.

                                                                Cupcakes at the Magnolia Bakery

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VISIT THE EMPIRE STATE BUILDING

The 102-story skyscraper located on Fifth Avenue between West 33rd and 34th Streets in Midtown, Manhattan, New York City, started it’s construction in 1930. Now being one of the most famous structures to have been existing in the world, it has become a very popular tourist attraction and is a must see when you visit New York!

    The Empire State Building

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