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New York City is one of the largest cities in the world and at its core is Manhattan, a labyrinth of streets lined with iconic buildings and landmarks including the Empire State Building, the Statue of Liberty, Times Square and Central Park. There’s a reason it’s on every “Best Walking City” list out there - the sights are best explored on foot! Grab yourself a map or jump on a walking tour. Be sure to take a walk on the High Line – an innovative 1.6km park built on an elevated rail structure on Manhattan's West Side. Section 2 opened in June, 2011.

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Manhattan, colloured with passion, history, lots of bars and a bussy lifestyle! great to visit as a tourist time after time!

 

Cultural Top Spots!

NYC Children's Museums:

There are many museums in New York where kids can learn and play. Our list is sorted by age group so that you can find exactly what you are looking for.

Zoos, Aquariums and Gardens: New Yorkers love to be where the wild things are, so the urban jungle maintains a number of wonderful zoos, aquariums and gardens.

Free Museum Hours and Times: Whether or not you are a starving artist, you can see art for FREE at museums citywide. If you can't afford to pay the suggested contributions, a smaller donation can still help support these great museums.

 

One of New York City's finest office buildings, the Chrysler Building was designed as a tribute to the booming automotive industry. Built in 1930, it was the world's tallest skyscraper at the time, until the Empire State Building claimed the spot just months later. There are no organized tours or exhibits, but the gleaming chrome lobby is open to tourists daily. Location: 405 Lexington Ave, at 42nd Street. Take the 4, 5, 6, or 7 subway lines to Grand Central. (212) 682-3070.

 

Best Restaurants in Manhattan:

1. Restaurant: Per Se

Per Se, the much-anticipated restaurant from renowned chef Thomas Keller, debuted in February 2004 in the Time Warner Center complex at Columbus Circle. With striking views of Columbus Circle and Central Park, the dining room is a rare blend of open space and easy intimacy, discreet drama and understated luxury. Offering a 64-seat dining room, a 10-seat private dining room, a lounge, a bar and wine cellar, all presented in a palette of warm neutrals and natural elements, Per Se will refine and redefine the dining experience.

 

2 Restaurtant Bouley

Bouley features the exciting culinary talents of famed four- star Chef, David Bouley. Bouley offers French cuisine with modern Asian influences served in an elegant and intimate setting.

In addition to the á la carte menu, the restaurant offers a $55 five course tasting menu for lunch and $175 six course tasting menu for dinner. Parties of 8 or more may order from the tasting menu only and deposit is required to secure a reservation. Chef Bouley is always happy to accommodate all dietary needs and restrictions.

Jackets are required for gentlemen at both lunch and dinner.

 

Nice places to go to?

Fort Tryon Park

Riverside Dr To Broadway, W 192 St To Dyckman St

Manhattan, 10040

Built by Frederick Law Olmsted Jr., son of the architect of Central Park, in 1935, and gifted to the city of New York by John D. Rockefeller in 1917, Fort Tryon Park remains one of the city’s most beautiful outdoor pieces of art and one of the best presents ever received.

Centuries after its creation, parkgoers can picnic, run, play, and enjoy the historic architecture that has survived and thrived within the park.  Beyond its dedication to natural beauty, as evidenced by its gardens and grounds, Fort Tryon Park is unique in its dedication to manmade art.  Perched high above its northern grounds are the Cloisters, a branch of the Metropolitan Museum that houses nearly 5,000 medieval works in a reconstructed medieval monastery. After soaking up ancient artwork, visitors can venture next door to the New Leaf Restaurant & Bar, an upscale restaurant perfect for romantic dinners and friendly brunches.

 

 

Madison Square Park

Broadway To Madison Av, E 23 St To E 26 St

Manhattan, 10010

On sunny summer days, Madison Square Park becomes one of the city’s hottest destinations.  Lines of hungry visitors craving a taste of the Shake Shack's milkshakes and hamburgers, some of the best in the city, wrap around the block.  Inside the park, children bop their way through summer vacation at the Mad. Sq. Kids concert series, and big kids enjoy a series all their own, Mad. Sq. Music, spanning an eclectic mix of genres. 

 

New places worth a visit:

Sons of Essex: This self-styled LES “deli, restaurant, townhall” spared no expense, and has quite the rolodex.

Burnside: Get your fried cheese curd fix, while still maintaining your cocktail cred.

Viktor & Spoils: Earthy wood grains evoke a subterranean desert respite more than a hotel tequila bar and taqueria.

Noorman’s Kil: Over 290 amber-colored bottles climb the wall of this Williamsburg outpost dedicated to all things whiskey.

Crown Inn: There are 40 types of bourbon and wines on tap, in this space carved out of an old bodega.

 

Party on a roof?

Club: 230 Fifth

230 Fifth Ave., 20th fl., New York, NY 10001 

The staid marble lobby of the office building that was formerly the Victoria Hotel does little to prepare one for the scene on the 20th floor: If the 8,000-square foot room pimped out in walls of partitioned glass, dark op-art pile carpet, and purple fluorescent lights recalls Studio 54, it's because the owner, art collector Steven Greenberg, has spared no expense in making it as lavish as his previous projects, the Roxy and the Palladium. The Sue et Mare couch came from Karl Lagerfeld's collection, and a maze of other low-to-the-ground loungers such as a kiss-shaped velour loveseat are similarly flamboyant. The skyline twinkles beyond floor-to-ceiling windows framed by white curtains, but the scene is even more impressive on the massive roof deck where an endless array of wood benches and sturdy garden chairs invite no less than 500 quitting-timers and night owls to take in unobstructed views of the Empire State Building to the north, the Met Life building to the east, and Jersey to the west. As the palm trees rustle and the old-fashioned cocktails kick in, you can easily imagine Don Johnson landing his helicopter near the stuffed zebra and cruising for foxy investment bankers.

 

 

Hotels in Manhattan:

Hotels in Manhattan New York are famous for putting you right in the action and lifestyle of the Big Apple. They also have a reputation of being small and expensive, but not all hotels in Manhattan New York are like that.

Some are small boutique NY hotels which trade space for value – you get to be close to everything that the city has to offer for a discounted price. Others trade price for space. If you want to stay in a new Manhattan hotel in New York, then be prepared to pay a few hundred dollars a night for the added luxury.

 

 

Best Cheap Drinks in New York City

Great New York Bars Where You Can Drink Up for Less Than $2

Even in a city where pints of beer can cost upwards of $10, there’s no shortage of bars with drink specials so cheap it’ll make you feel like it’s the 1960s. Collect your spare change and hit the town!

 

Bourbon Street - 50 Cent Beers

It might feel like you’re trapped at a bad fraternity party, but it’s hard to beat 50 cent beers at this Upper West Side hangout. You can party like Mardi Gras on Wednesday to Friday from 9 to 11pm when two quarters is all you need to do your best John Belushi impression.

Location: 407 Amsterdam Ave. (between 79th St. and 80th St.)

 

Town Tavern – 25 Cent Pitchers of Beer

A $7 cover charge will give you unlimited access to 25 cent pitchers of Coors Light from 7 to 11pm on Wednesday evenings. Play beer pong against NYU students or munch on 25 cent wings while you cheer on the Mets and Yankees.

Location: 134 West 3rd St. (at 6th Ave.)

 

Bravest - $1 Beer Pints

For a bit more of a laid-back scene, check out this East Side bar with tasty wings and burgers. Grab a Bud or Bud Light for $1 during their 5 to 7pm daily happy hour or stop by later in the evening when they’re only $2.50. Admire the NYFD memorabilia on the walls and take advantage of the bar’s free Wi-Fi.

Location: 700 2nd Ave. (at 38th St.)

 

Third And Long - $1 Beer Mugs

A few blocks down the street, this Irish Pub pours $1 mugs of Bud and Bud Light on Monday and Tuesday all night long. Don’t drink too much or else you might have a tough time making your way to the restroom down a steep flight of stairs.

Location: 523 3rd Ave (between 34th St. and 35th St.)

 

 

Women from Manhattan

Because Manhattan is very cultural you'll find lots of different types. An ordinary North American woman doesn't exist. They are all very different and that's why many men love them.

 

As i told you before, there isn't a ordinary type of North American women. They all have different needs and backgrounds that you have to observe before you approach, flirt from a distance or check if they have an eye on you. If so, you can go to her to offer a drink or to have a chat. To do this you'll directly know what her standards are and who you are dealing with.

 

For meeting other types of girls you can visit other places like for example ladies from San Francisco, the women from this place love to hang out and party. You can meet them at daytime to hang out and to know them better in the evening.

 

Here are some basic tips how to flirt with girls from Manhattan

1. Be yourself and act like you are on the right place

2. Be confident, women like it when you are pleased with who you are

3. Chat with your friends and try to make fun, girls love it to see you smile

4. Make eye contact with the girl you like, if she looks back then this is the girl to take home. Is she not interested and don't look back at you, look at an other woman and don't be a stalker.

 

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