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10 Things to Do in NYC
May 10, 2015, noon
There is no way you can visit New York City and not spend time where the lights shine bright all the time. There are so many venues and restaurants to try that there is no possibility of having a dull time.
Statue of Liberty
Mostly everyone wants postcard-like pictures when they travel and what better background than the Manhattan Skyline with Lady Liberty in the background? Some people enjoy taking the tour to the crown, and others just enjoy the boat ride for the photo session. Either way, enjoy our copper gift from France while you’re here.
Rooftop Bar Hop
Usually the most treasured pictures of New York City include some top view of the city line. There’s a reason for that. After a day of touring the city, there is no better way to enjoy nightlife in NYC than to have some cocktails amongst city peeps at a rooftop bar.
Top of the Empire State Building
So what’s the big deal about a tall building, right? You can see a tall building in just about any city but the reason this is a stop you don’t want to miss out on has nothing to do with the building’s height. What it does have to do with is the view at the top. We bet it’ll be what you remember most ten years later.
There is no better place to propose to a loved one, bring your kids to play and visit the zoo, or just take memorable pictures while strolling through the picturesque park. You can’t visit NY without saying you know what a walk through Central Park feels like.
New York is not just about tall buildings and great pizza; the culture is something everyone should experience at least once in their life. Take a drink at a bar, stop and listen to the street musicians found on just about any corner, or enjoy a delicious meal at any of the “hole-in-the-wall” restaurants. Going to big fancy restaurants is overrated, you’re cooler than that.
Best Pizza on Earth
If this is your first trip to NY you should know that you’ve never eaten real pizza in your life. That’s sad. Unless you’re allergic to any ingredient in pizza, there is no reason you shouldn’t have some daily while you’re in town.
Metropolitan Museum of Art
Even if it’s just to tell your friends back home, so you appear to be artsy, visiting one of the world’s best museums is just a good idea.
The Brooklyn Bridge
This Bridge is the core of New York’s energy. Take a jog, stroll, or a selfie but you ought to take in the scenery and appreciate this architectural piece of pride.
Harlem’s Restaurant Row
There’s just something in the air in Harlem that screams history and culture. While there are many places to visit in Harlem, “restaurant row” has deliciously diverse eateries that won’t break the bank