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    The High Line Park, an elevated park from the Village to Chelsea. Times Square at night. Lower East Side. Central Park on the weekend. Grand Central Terminal. In July, check Lincoln Center website for outdoor dancing. Lots of outdoor concerts, too. about 5 years ago

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    If you love museums the big ones are a must: The Met, MOMA. The American Museum of Natural History is a gem as is The Frick Collection (a small art museum). G downtown to see the World Trade Center site, it is not far from the tip if Manhattan where the boats leave for the Statue of Liberty. If you don't want to spend so much time just view the Statue from afar and instead take the Circle Line, a boat trip around in island where you get to see many sights from the water about 5 years ago

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    You can see a lot in a week. Just walking around Manhattan is awesome. You shouldn't miss Central Park, otherwise it depends a lot on your interests. Here are my tips: http://traveleater.wordpress.com/nyc-field-notes/ about 5 years ago

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    Statue of Liberty of course, take the boat to Staten Island, visiting Ground Zero, Times Square, Guggenheim Museum, Museum of New York, Central Park (just relax and visit the ZOO),

    And of course shopping in SoHo.

    Visiting Coney Island when it's hot is really nice. Just take a dive in the sea and eat a hotdog! almost 5 years ago

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    Statue is currently closed due to sandy. Take free Staten Island ferry for a close up look at liberty and Ellis islands
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    Ellen's Stardust Diner was one of my favorites. It's just a diner in Times Square but all the waiters and waitresses sing. They're very good! almost 5 years ago

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    You should go to Cafe Noir @ Thompson St. and Grand St. in Soho on a Sunday afternoon. Then walk one block east on Grand St. to Felix @ West Broadway and Grand St. almost 5 years ago

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    Go to Pastis in the Meat Packing District, 9th ave and 12th st. 6pm any weekday is cool. almost 5 years ago

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    the Peninsula Hotel roof top bar, located on 5th ave has a fantastic view of the upper east side, Central Park and 5the Ave! almost 5 years ago

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    East village,for the grungy feel,west village for cool bars,hells kitchen for cheap great food,staten island ferry,chelsea mrkets and elevated walk,the park,china town and walk to Brooklyn over the bridge...just walk its an amazing city that will steal your heart almost 5 years ago

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    You better get a NYC pass and do everything from there. Comparing the things you will see the price is really low. Oh and don't forget that many museums have suggestion price so you won't have to pay the full price. You can get it with $1 over 4 years ago

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    Phew, that's a lot to do in a week, but possible :)

    Here are some things worth taking into account: The statue, Times Square (lots of attractions there), Central Park, The Cloisters, Central Station, Rockefeller Center, Staten Island (free ferry from the Whitehall terminal), see Manhattan from the ferry, from New Jersey, Brooklyn Heights and Gantry Plaza (some excellent photo locations), Brooklyn Bridge, Manhattan Bridge, China Town etc. Not to mention the museums, the Broadway shows over 4 years ago

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