Tell me about New York
Loved it, stopped for a minute and looked around only to be asked if I needed directions….helpfully folks.
Loads to do and see although I wasn’t impressed with the clothes shopping apart from the Stussy shop, might be to do with my fashion though!.
Stayed at the Novotel overlooking broadway, fantastic view.Posted 5 years agoeyerideitMember
John is right about the smell, we went in summer and it dint arf pen ‘n’ ink.
But saying that,you won’t get bored, there’s so much to do. Shopping, eating, looking etc.
Just don’t go up the Empire States, the views god but getting there is horrible it takes a good few hours to get up and down. You’ll also have to be prepared to be shouted at by the staff on the way up. Do the rockafeller centre instead.Posted 5 years agoeruptronMember
Three days was about enough for us. We would however go again. I would do the Empire State Again but pre book the tickets seems to save a bit of time. There’s also a good brew pub at the bottom of the Empire State http://www.heartlandbrewery.com/Empire_State.phpPosted 5 years ago
Loads of other things to do. We enjoyed Central Park. Just waking through and people watching was ace. Strawberry Fields was a bit disappointing but each to their own. Statue of liberty well we did the cheapo version and got the Staton Island ferry which is free and sails close enough to get great views.
Get a ticket for one of the tour bus’s and you can get on and off as you please.
Time square had a good vibe when we were there you just need to be bit sensible like you would in any built up city.
You could try to tie things in with one of the city parades like St paddys day.
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