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Located in the Northeastern part of the United States, New York City is approximately halfway between
Boston and Washington, DC. NYC's location at the mouth of the Hudson River, which feeds into a
sheltered harbor and then the Atlantic Ocean, has helped the it grow into one of
the planet's leading commerce city. Built on the three primary islands:
Manhattan, Staten Island, and Long Island the city's limited space has forces
buildings to be built higher to accommodate its massive population.
New York is the most populous city in the United States and one of the most
populated metropolitan areas in the
New York has earned its reputation as "the city that never sleeps" because there
is always something to do. Some Major Attractions include:
- Astroland - NYC's largest amusement park, is located at Coney Island in
- Broadway Shows
- The Bronx Zoo
- Carnegie Hall - One of the most famous music halls in the world,
Carnegie Hall hosts scores of concerts and special events.
- Circle Line Statue of Liberty and Downtown Cruises - Learn about the
Zephyr Seaport Liberty Cruise that goes past the Statue of Liberty and Ellis
Island, the Shark Speedboat Thrill Ride, Circle Line Charters, and special
- Ellis Island - Between 1892 and 1954, approximately 12 million people
entering the United States through the port of New York were medically inspected
and legally processed at Ellis Island.
- Empire State Building - No visit to NYC is complete without a trip to
the viewing platform atop this iconic building.
- Federal Reserve Bank of New York
- Grand Central Terminal - If you come to NYC by Train, this will be your
- Lincoln Center - The world's largest cultural complex hosts classical
ballet, opera, modern dance, film, and jazz.
- Madison Square Garden
- Metropolitan Opera -Since its opening in 1883, the Metropolitan Opera
has been one of the world's leading opera companies.
- New York Aquarium - One of my favorite trips as a kid, the Beluga Whales
we always a site to see.
- New York Stock Exchange
- Radio City Music Hall - Radio City presents and promotes the best in
live entertainment, including the famous Radio City Rockettes.
- Ripley's Believe It or Not! Times Square offers visitors a journey into
the bizarre and the outrageous, demonstrating that fact is indeed stranger
- Shopping and Dining at South Street Seaport
- Show Tapings - Attend a free taping of your favorite show while you
visit New York.
- The Staten Island Ferry, which is free, travels close to the Statue of
Liberty on its route. It doesn't stop at the island, but offers a great
(free) view of the national landmark.
- Statue of Liberty - Dedicated in 1886, the Statue of Liberty has long
been an international symbol of political freedom and democracy.
- Times Square
- United Nations - Visit the United Nations to learn more about the
organization and its efforts.
One thing New York City is NOT KNOWN for is easy car driving and parking. If
you plan on visiting the city, plan on choosing a hotel that is convenient
to the activities you plan on enjoying. For those activities that are too
far to walk to, NYC has a efficient Subway System for the adventurous and
Taxi's for the timid.
Hotels in New York, NY