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    Take a walk on the high line in Chelsea over 6 years ago

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    Agree! Go for a morning run or walk in Central Park with locals, walk over the Brooklyn Bridge during commute hours, check out the farmers market on Union Square, go to Century 21 (half a block from Ground Zero) for great shopping. See a gig at Irving Plaza, take the ferry from Governors Mansion to lower Manhatan (commuter boat), walk the floors of J&R electronics by City Hall (lower Broadway). Grab a coffee or eat a sandwich at Bryant Park during lunch hour. See a reading or event at the NY Public Library. Take the #15 bus all along 1st (uptown) from Wall Street to he upper east side. Walk everywhere...just walk. over 6 years ago

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    Hell's kitchen flea market, near the hotel the New Yorker
    Go to Starbuck's and have a coffee. A nice walk in Central Parc. Go to Tribeca and visit a good Italian restaurant. over 6 years ago

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    I love the Meat Market and Soho. There are so many really cool shops and there are always fantastic little eateries in the village. over 6 years ago

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    Just walk around the Lower East Side over 6 years ago

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    You should definitely see a broadway play..... Sort of " "touristy" but absolutely INCEDIBLE!!!!! over 6 years ago

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    Take a coffee break in starbucks. over 6 years ago

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    There is a free ferry to Governor's Island. It's a nice place to spend an afternoon. It has really great views of lower Manhattan, plenty of green space for picnicking, and bikes for rental. Check their website -- depending on when you are here there are often concerts, art exhibits, etc. happening there too. over 6 years ago

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    Eating Dim Sum in Chinatown and drinking bubble tea. Ditto on Central Park and if you have kids there is a zoo. over 6 years ago

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    Definitely agree about taking a walk on the Lower East Side/East Village area.

    Also, check out the little cafes and bars, ones you might not have heard of, for the best food/drinks. over 6 years ago

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    The staten island ferry is great way to see the city skyline. Leave just before dusk and the return will be after dark ( the round trip takes about an hour) you get to see the statue of liberty too. Oh and the ride is free! There isn't a better way to experience the true beauty of the skyline. over 6 years ago

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