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    Living in New York City is outrageously expensive, but just because you're low on cash doesn't mean you have to miss out on what the city has to offer


    How to Spend 7 Days in New York City With Only $100 | Broke Tourist

    21 Of The Best Cheap Eats In New York City. If I ever go to New York, I know where I want to go:)

    Glamgerous | Sex & The City Places in New York

    25 Free Things to Do in New York City

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    New York City Most Popular Attractions Map.

    Where Should You Actually Live In New York City? Got the LES, also recommended Alphabet City, Lil Italy, and NoHo! Sounds good to me!

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    5 Things You MUST Do In New York City

    NYC Neighborhood Guide - Visit Like a Local [Infographic] @Allison j.d.m Ramey @Sarah Chintomby Elhazin

    Don't move to New York City unless...

    Had lunch at Serendipity III, same place as the movie. Even shared a frozen hot chocolate! Upper east side, New York city.

    Things to see and do on your first visit to New York City | www.everintransit... #NYC

    Here is a list for the top 25 FREE things to do in New York City! Need to keep these in mind . . .

    t's your first trip to New York City, and you're only staying for a three-day weekend. While it's impossible to take in all the excitement of the five boroughs in such a short time (lifelong NYC residents discover something new every day), you can still enjoy many of the City's essential attractions. Read on for a plan that will help you make the most of your time—these are the sights and sounds you must experience before you leave.

    Manhattan neighborhood map. This is great if you're trying to get to know New York City! Visit the closest Duane Reade for all your NYC touring essentials, or go to

    The "Tribute in Light" memorial is in remembrance of the events of Sept. 11, 2001. The two towers of light are composed of two banks of high wattage spotlights that point straight up from a lot next to Ground Zero. This photo was taken from Liberty State Park, N.J., Sept. 11, the five-year anniversary of 9/11. Photographed by U.S. Air Force Denise Gould.

    New York City Subway Map