Roosevelt Tram Cable Car
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New York City
New York City has always had a certain appeal for those seeking a sensational vacation. Its landmarks are the sort that must be seen in person; it’s considered as the fashion capital of the world and lures in shoppers on the hunt for stylish clothing; its bright lights have inspired many a song lyric; a bevy of museums and theater performances draw in fans of the arts; and it’s home to some of the most incredible restaurants around the globe. Gotham, or whatever you wish to call it, is a bustling metropolis that essentially has something for everyone.
Grand Canyon at sunset
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The third biggest country on earth, the USA packs spectacular biodiversity within its borders. Between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, you’ll encounter hot desert playas and plateaus, skyscraping mountain ranges topped by glaciers, rolling grasslands where millions of bison once roamed, tropical rain forests, active volcanic zones and polar tundra.
A quiet moment at Café Cluny
Ahh, brunch. One part omelette, two parts mimosa, three parts coffee – life’s sweet distraction when the workweek is nigh. Though not a uniquely New York ‘thing’ per se, there’s no other city that takes its breakfast-lunch combustion quite as seriously as the Big Apple and every visitor should take it upon themselves to sample a taste of NYC’s bustling brunch culture.
New York City
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Manhattan view from Long Island City
Long overshadowed by its smaller, but better known sibling to the west, Queens is finally emerging from the shadows of Manhattan to take its place as one of New York’s most fascinating boroughs.In recent years, Queens has seen the rise of microbreweries, boutique hotels, a reinvented seaside and a burgeoning art scene – all of which has given a big boost to local pride.
YOTEL New York
If you’re visiting New York City, deciding where to stay can be overwhelming. From five-star opulence to humble hostels, NYC has accommodation for every taste and budget. But if you’re looking for something different – something with its own unique style – look no further. Here are four of NYC’s coolest hotels.
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.