I live in new york all my life and i don't even know=P but definitely Time square and empire state building, or Central park for relaxing walks. Have a map handy & be careful, theres always people trying to sell you something or just plain crazys but all in all its not that bad. oh you have to ride the subways to experience new york life=) theres free maps in every station or just ask the teller for one. I'm sure theres's lots more but nothing is coming to the top of my head. Have FUN!
MrBklynW (rep: 423k) posted May 23, 2011
I have been to NYC and handful of times and still have not see much:) Since it is your first visit I would start with the very popular places.. Rockefeller Center, Times Square, head to Central Park for a walk (I always wanted to go there, just never made it!) NYC offers so much shopping. I would inquire at your hotel for any suggestions for first timers! Be prepared everything is super expensive!! In 2004 the last time I was in NYC my husband and we went to the NBC Studio tour and that was interesting so consider that, then we had lunch at this cute dinner. We both got a turkey club and a soda and the bill with tax and tip was about $52! Have fun and enjoy your weekend!!
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branie (rep: 104k) posted May 23, 2011
I went to college in the Big Apple and lived there a number of years. What a great place to visit and what a great time of year to be going. Try not to take it all in at once. Pick out just a couple of things, like Times Square, a Broadway play and maybe a harbor trip out to Ellis Island for your first visit. Believe me, you'll want to come back for more and the city has a lot to offer. Have fun!
BigJJ (rep: 21.7k) posted May 23, 2011
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