New York the most exciting cities to visit and to live in

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New York the most exciting cities to visit and to live in. Prominent, lively, pulsating with life, New York has been the inspiration of artists and writers, entrepreneurs and titans. It is where the wealthy make deals, performers make their mark, and romantics make love. New York is one of the most exciting cities to visit and to live in. There is more to see and do in just a few blocks of New York than in most other cities of the world combined. What a disappointment it would be to visit New York City and not experience the very best the city has to offer.

Rockefeller Center/5th Avenue: This is prototypical New York.  Starting at Rockefeller Center, Saks Fifth Avenue, and St. Patrick’s Cathedral head up Fifth Avenue towards Trump Tower, Tiffany’s, and The Plaza Hotel. It’s fast moving, glamorous, and exciting.

Central Park: Take a walk in Central Park New york, where lovers leisurely walk, children run free, and older people sit to philosophize. It is a grand space in the midst of noisy, congested city. Meander up to the Bethesda Terrace and fountain. Treat yourself to a ride on the carousel or take a horse and carriage ride through the park. It’s romantic and peaceful; what more could anyone want from the park?

Statue of Liberty/Ellis Island: The Statue of Liberty, a hollow colossus composed of thinly pounded copper sheets over a steel framework, stands on an island at the entrance to New York Harbour.The Statue of Liberty is more grand and impressive than any photograph could ever convey. The Statue of Liberty is authentic in terms of its location and setting, form and design, materials and substance, use and function, and spirit and feeling .The boat trip to it is fun—the Lady grows larger and larger, finally reaching an impressive 150 ft., and the return trip gives a terrific view of the working New York harbor and the Manhattan skyline.

Broadway: There is only one Broadway. It is the standard for excellence around the world. “A Broadway show” says it all—glamorous, polished, dramatic, and complete. Any serious theatre person must come to Broadway and the surrounding theatre scene. It is the toughest arena to break into; and when you do, it’s even tougher to reach stardom. Check out Broadway and Off Broadway (where union rules are sometimes the only difference) and Off-Off Broadway where tomorrow’s stars are testing their skills in more avant-garde productions. If you can make it here, you can make it anywhere.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art: One of the world’s largest museums, with a collection spanning thousands of years of world culture, includes American, African, Asian, and European art. Not to be missed, especially with its pay-what-you-wish entrance policy.

American Museum of Natural History: One of the greatest museums for children in the world. Permanent exhibits, such as the enormous dinosaur fossils and replicas enthrall young visitors.  There is also the Guggenheim Space Theater, with its twenty-two wrap-around screens, and the Sky Theater, one of the largest of its kind in the world. Parents can relax in the Hall of Ocean Life, which offers a cocktail lounge.

Babbo: Babbo spoils its customers with innovative food, succulent wines and friendly ambiance.

Downstairs in the carriage house is crowded and electric, upstairs is open and calm. The staff is diligent, the owners attentive and the meals are inspired. With an attractive location in the center of the Village, what more could anyone want for a night out Italian.

Republic: What a place. It’s a big hall loaded with tables and people and waiters and the food  keeps coming, the people keep coming, everybody’s busy talking, everybody’s busy eating,  waiters are rushing about, the food keeps tasting better and better and the place is cheap. Hey,   what could be better? No pretensions here. Just is terrific food, people-watching, service, ambiance and price. Ah, if only the rest of the world could be that way.

By Plane

Air travelers to New York City may arrive at John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) or LaGuardia Airport (LGA), both in Queens, or Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) in neighboring New Jersey. LaGuardia primarily serves domestic destinations, and also offers flights to select Canadian and Caribbean destinations. Kennedy and Newark each serve both domestic and international destinations. Visitors can reach Manhattan from all three airports by using taxis, buses, subways and/or trains. Other metropolitan-area airports include Stewart International Airport (SWF), Westchester County Airport (HPN) and MacArthur Airport (ISP).

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