New York Tour

New York is where I felt that whatever you are,  no one will ever look at you weird. Experience of being in New York is not like anything I’ve experienced before and I think, it is the place where you will not want to leave. Personally, the more I liked, was street buzz and charm crowds of people that you get to see every single second.It is a place that fills you with energy and where you recharge your batteries

While New York is surrounded by water, and actually facing the ocean, unless you work in a tall building or go out of your way, you could, conceivably, go months without seeing any water at all, as you very rarely have reason to go past the buildings to the edge of the water, which is the only place to see it.

Manhattan is a rectangular district with numbered consecutively streets and avenues that intersect a few rebellious avenues , one which is not right, Broadway, with a rectangular park also several out more islands around. But when you get to step every street, every corner and advertisement light, everything changes and takes on a whole new dimension.

One of the classic walking in New York is a Broadway tour + 5th Avenue, walking up Broadway in Herald Square and get back to Times Square on 5th Avenue.

But what is worth all the money in the world to view and feel it on your skin, are by no means the buildings,  people and everything what is going on, on the streets . From Upper East Side to Down Town, you see absolutely different atmosphere, on each street you cross. 

Descending  to East 34th Street, where we see the Empire State Building, opened in the morning from 8am until 2am at night. Beware of large queues at the entrance. It is preferable to schedule the visit at the beginning of the program and have joint ticket with multiple inputs, so you can avoid even the first queue, from tickets.

Wall Street

Rockefeller Center

Central Park, which has been a National Historic Landmark since 1962, was designed by landscape designer and writer Frederick Law Olmsted and the English architect Calvert Vaux in 1858 after winning a design competition. Central Park is bordered on the north by West 110th Street, on the south by West 59th Street, on the west by Eighth Avenue Found this very funny and cute dog in Central Park :))))


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