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Red Lighthouse under the George Washington Bridge. New York City
Even if you’re not local, it will get to you: the car honks, the clank of trains passing overhead on elevated lines, or the roar of traffic below the pedestrian walkway on the Brooklyn Bridge. Even those walking conference calls, with dressed-up walkers barking into invisible hands-free mics around Wall Street.
Tacombi in the Nolita neighborhood. New York City
Tacos have become as ubiquitous to American cuisine as hot dogs and popcorn. The popularity of these handheld delights means there is no shortage of places to grab a taco in New York City, but only a few restaurants offer up something that is truly special.In the city’s crowded food scene, these places have mastered the art of combining meat, veggies, and sauce on a tortilla. Here are the NYC taco joints that rise above the rest.
A variety of famous Dylans have supped in the White Horse Tavern. New York City
Booze and books have a natural affinity: both look great on a wooden shelf, both are designed to be consumed, and, for better or worse, writers have tended to gravitate toward certain booze-dens through the years.
New York City Central Park
Twenty-four hours in New York is nowhere near enough, but if that’s all the time you’ve got, we’ve got a locally designed itinerary designed to help you make the most of every New York minute.
How to cycle NYC like a pro 12:28  |  21.12.17
A perfect balance of urban landscape and green space, New York lends itself to one of the healthiest, most enjoyable outdoors pursuits – cycling. This may be a surprise to those who still envision the Big Apple as a gritty no-go zone for pedalers. In fact, New York has hundreds of miles of bike lanes and one of the largest bike-sharing programs in North America. New Yorkers and visitors alike are discovering the joys of zipping around on two wheels, and have helped transform this city into a bicycling haven.
They maybe as grumpy as New York bear but you should still tip your taxi driver
How to tip like a New Yorker 14:14  |  19.12.17
Tipping plays a small but pivotal role in so many NYC experiences, from ordering a drink at a bar to taking a taxi across town. Knowing when to tip and how much can seem like picking your way through a minefield in this service-oriented town. Before you set off for New York City (or anywhere else in the United States for that matter), familiarize yourself with our cheat sheet on tipping etiquette.
View of the Lower East Side
Once most notable for its slums and tenements but now home to the coolest bars in New York City, the Lower East Side has blossomed into a Manhattan must-do. Years ago this neighborhood was considered by some to be a no-go series of blocks, but a recent revitalization has distilled the gritty, edgy fun of New York into a walkable, condensed area where anything now seems possible.
Sunset over Roosevelt Island
Here are nine of the best things to see and do while you’re there.
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Brooklyn Bridge
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The statue of George Washington at the Federal Hall in New York City
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The Galaxon Pavilion at the New York World’s Fair, 1964
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Studio 54, 1980
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I Photographed The Exact Same Place During Different Times Of Year
Throughout the years I noticed that I visit the same locations around…