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    Time square, central park, Chinatown
    --stay in time square over 6 years ago

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    I would recommend time square at night, in daylight take your comfy pair if shoes and walk around the 5th and 6th, you can go to top of the rock, see the trump tower, rest at central park, see the apple store (although it's not as attractive now, they are redoing the glass) if you like art go to MoMA. Hope the weather is going to clear up for you... over 6 years ago

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    Check out cityroverwalks.com. Max offers several unique walking tours. over 6 years ago

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    Explore the outer boroughs. It's safe & quite eclectic. over 6 years ago

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    You don’t have to go around assimilating data about the best places to visit in NYC and waste the little time that you have for sightseeing in your busy schedule. Trust Location Insights App to guide you. It is a simple and convenient way to discover the most happening places in this vibrant city. There is a compass-enabled navigation feature to guide you, so that you can reach your destination quickly without getting lost. Don’t forget to use the photo sharing feature to let your friends know what you have been up to in NYC. over 3 years ago

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    Brooklyn has some of the best places to see the Manhattan skyline. Check it out at night for awesome views of the twin tower memorial lights. over 3 years ago

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    Buy the NY city pass and also the bus pass. The buses take you to most of the tourist attractions. We also upgraded to the front of the line bus pass. Saved us hours of waiting in line.
    The city pass is a great money saver. over 3 years ago

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