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Secret shortcut down 6 1/2 avenue from 51st to 57th street, a pedestrianized escape from the craziness of midtown Manhattan. Paley Park, with its 20 foot waterfall, is situated close by as is the glass waterfall tunnel.

New York City Secret shortcut down 6 avenue from to street, a pedestrianized escape from the craziness of midtown Manhattan. Paley Park, with its 20 foot waterfall, is situated close by as is the glass waterfall tunnel.

Five days in New York City! An itinerary from While I'm Young and Skinny travel…

Five days in New York City! - While Im Young and Skinny Five days in New York City! An itinerary from While I'm Young and Skinny travel website.

The complete guide to free and awesome #NYC http://toeuropeandbeyond.com/20-free-things-to-do-in-new-york-city/ #travel

A list of off-the-beaten path and classic free things to do in New York City. Proof that the Big Apple isn't as expensive as people make it…

The Guggenheim Museum, NYC

What a great design for a museum! The Guggenheim Museum, NYC (upper east aside). The modern art museum, designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright, opened in The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation also supports the Peggy Guggenheim Museum in Venice, Italy.

Since we moved to New York a few months ago we have received a bunch of friends and family visiting us and they always ask the same questions, what should we visit? Which are the spots we couldn’t miss in our visit to New York? And we found the answers to be almost always the same. So here we left you the 10 places you should visit if this is your first trip to New York City. This is an amazing and huge city, but this is a good starting point to experience the city.  #Newyork #travel #NYC

Since we moved to New York a few months ago we have received a bunch of friends and family visiting us and they always ask the same questions, what should we visit? Which are the spots we miss in our visit to New York? And we found the answers to

Bow Bridge in Central Park Manhattan, New York City

Bow Bridge in Central Park Manhattan, New York City. In the Doctor Who episode " Angels Take Manhattan ", Matt Smith ran across this bridge during one scene. Many Who fans were on hand to watch filming.