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Ground Zero Museum Workshop

NYC’s newest museum is a living memorial to the events that changed the city forever on September 11th, 2001. Paying full price at the entrance made me cringe (the entry fee is $25), but this is one of those places that you just have to see when visiting the city. The price includes a full 2-hour tour with a great guide who will explain the meaning of every little thing in the museum. I usually don’t like guided tours, but if you’re not familiar with happened on that day, the tour is a must. Full of photographs, items rescued from Ground Zero and 3D exhibits, it’s an emotional look into the near past. [more ]

New York City Wilderness: Hiking Bear Mountain

Few visitors to New York City – and surprisingly few locals – realize... [more ]

New York's Oldest Tavern: The Bridge Cafe

Back in 1794, when the building that houses the Bridge Cafe was built... [more ]

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Top Rated Hotels

1. The Waldorf Astoria 4.0 stars
2. Chelsea International 3.0 stars
3. Milford Plaza at Times Square 4.0 stars
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Top Rated Attractions

1. Central Park 4.0 stars
2. Times Square 4.0 stars
3. Empire State Building 4.0 stars
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Top Rated Restaurants

1. Katz’s Deli 5.0 stars
2. Ayza Wine and Chocolate Bar 5.0 stars
3. Temple 5.0 stars
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Top Rated Hostels

1. Central Park Hostel 4.0 stars
2. Hostelling International 4.0 stars
3. Jazz on the Park 3.0 stars
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Top Rated Bars

1. Mars 2112 Bar 5.0 stars
2. Corner Bistro 4.0 stars
3. Momofuku Ssam Bar 5.0 stars
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Top Rated Clubs

1. Julius 5.0 stars
2. Club Sanctum 5.0 stars
3. Ayza Private Party NYC 5.0 stars
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