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Inside Background
New York’s urban landscape is an amalgam of innovative styles that span the...
Last edited: September 29, 2013
New York’s uniqueness lies in its extraordinary amalgam of different cultures...
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While New York City has, rightly or wrongly, for a long time been considered...
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The region that became New York City was originally populated by Native...
Last edited: August 09, 2011
There's no "one best area" to stay Most first-time visitors panic and ask "what...
Last edited: August 28, 2014
To fully enjoy your trip to NYC, you should really do some research beforehand...
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New York City’s Official Visitor Information Center  - can be found at 810...
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New York City - Best Time To Go & When to Go Sunset times: see The Big...
Last edited: May 14, 2014
New York is large but if you break it down into neighborhoods and arm yourself...
Last edited: April 12, 2014
Although most people visiting New York City focus on Harlem when they search...
Last edited: April 01, 2013
Airports - Kennedy (JFK) & LaGuardia (LGA) & Newark (EWR)   JFK is...
Last edited: December 22, 2011
Bed bugs are increasingly common now due to increased international travel...
Last edited: March 24, 2014
NYC Travel: Money-Saving Tips New York City is one of the most expensive cities...
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New York's Chinatown, in downtown Manhattan, has one of the largest populations...
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Hudson County in Northern New Jersey is an option for people who can't afford...
Last edited: March 26, 2014
New York City has a sweet tooth, evidenced by numerous chocolate chops, candy...
Last edited: January 04, 2012
The East Village, east of Bowery from Houston Street to 14th Street, represents...
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Right on Prospect Park is an area that includes Brooklyn Museum of Art and the...
Last edited: July 09, 2014
Food 
New York City features a wide variety of cuisines from around the world. As the...
Last edited: November 19, 2013
The 3-day riot at the Stonewall Inn bar on Christopher Street starting on June...
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A limousine ride should be an experience in itself but you also have to plan...
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Bargains galore in the Big Apple! Golden Apple enjoyment at Granny Smith...
Last edited: October 10, 2014
Off the Beaten Path in NYC Everyone everywhere in the world "knows" something...
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There are many iPhone apps available to help a visitor around New York and a...
Last edited: June 04, 2014
Citifari Photo Tour of New York City - the small group goes with a photographer...
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New York in winter can be chilly and has had its share of blizzards and...
Last edited: February 14, 2014
"Butt out!" Smoking prohibited in most public places in NYC!   Places in NYC...
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Why not participate in a special interest tour while visiting NYC?  New York...
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Websites are always changing and new ones pop up daily!   These websites are...
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Why are vacation apartment rentals a bad idea in New York City?   Unlike much...
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A list of wedding related vendors to help you plan your nyc wedding in style...
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Jan/Feb/March - are cold and chances of snow are higher  but flights can be...
Last edited: December 17, 2012
Inside Transportation
New York City is served by three major airports, three smaller suburban...
Last edited: October 18, 2014
New York City is a walking city. The sidewalks pulse with energy - crowded with...
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Public transportation within the city is relatively inexpensive, convenient and...
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HOW TO HAIL A TAXI   Just like you see in the movies, all you have to do is...
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1.  Make plans for every day of your trip while at home. The latest time to...
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Getting Around in New York City.  Getting around New York City can be very easy...
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Arriving in New York City. When arriving in New York City, if you are coming in...
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Metro-North New York City is well connected to places well outside the city...
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Where else will you find signs displaying "No Parking Anytime, No Standing, No...
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Closing Advice from a life-long New Yorker, here's what to do in the Subway...
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New York City is served by three major airports, three smaller suburban...
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Inside Things to Do
These are a few ideas for a  day trip out of Manhattan.   New York Aquarium...
Last edited: November 15, 2011
New York is a wonderful destination for families with children and teens.  The...
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Must-see's and Must-do's! A list of the most popular sights in NYC  One of the...
Last edited: October 19, 2014
This is a city with numerous galleries and museums. Always do some pre-trip...
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Being in New York is heady and lots of fantasy's may appear and a friendliness...
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 A great new tour of the naughty forty-second street area has just become...
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The Big Apple is rightfully famous for its world-class offerings in theater and...
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Experienced and amateur shoppers alike will no doubt be thrilled by the amount...
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Fitness buffs hoping to keep up with their routines can certainly find much to...
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So, where can you go with that one extra day of your vacation?  The great thing...
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Tickets are required.  Purchasing tickets in advance allows you to visit the...
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Exploring "New Amsterdam" and Lower Manhattan Lower Manhattan is the oldest...
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Typical New York City Activities                    Harbor cruise ($25)   866...
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Regarding live jazz in NYC the greatest revelation is that one could start...
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Forget All Preconceived Notions You May Have For many "seasoned" citizens, New...
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ATTRACTION PASSES - An analysis   New York is filled with bargains, deals, and...
Last edited: October 08, 2014
From a 2006 New York Times article. Please check with the venues to ensure they...
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New York City is the mecca of basketball. Once that is understood, then the...
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What should I consider before buying NYC theater tickets? None of these...
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Try what are called "Partial View" seats. For example, for Million Dollar...
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 Things to do in November: New York City Marathon - Usually the first Sunday in...
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NOTE: Coney Island is currently going through some major reconstruction, but 40...
Last edited: April 11, 2010
New York City - A city of islands, harbors and boats One of New York City's...
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One of the best ways to experience New York City like a native is with a food...
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New York City is a wonderful place to appear on television, and you don't have...
Last edited: August 20, 2011
GRAND CENTRAL: FABULOUS AND FREE Visitors from France recently made me realize...
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Greenmarkets - our version of Farmers Markets   Web list of Greenmarkets...
Last edited: November 19, 2013
Happy hour – a cocktail hour or longer period at a bar, during which drinks are...
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A helicopter ride over the world's greatest city is a must-do.  The iconic...
Last edited: December 01, 2009
Greenwich Village, or " the Village" is one of New York's most enticing...
Last edited: August 05, 2010
When you arrive, buy a copy of Time Out New York Magazine, one of the most...
Last edited: September 26, 2013
New York is a great walking city, especially below 14th St.  (Midtown is a...
Last edited: September 04, 2011
Ring in the New Year with 700,000 of your closest friends and no toilets! It...
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If you are in New York City for the firsttime, the best way to see the main...
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Out & About in Manhattan  Do you want to get away from the hustle of the...
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To begin, this weekend travel guide is not for the faint of heart. A fast and...
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If you favor having a private tour instead of a large group tour like the...
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Like most places, nice weather makes it easier to enjoy your time in New York...
Last edited: June 23, 2009
If you're an avid runner or weekend jogger there are plenty of options when it...
Last edited: February 24, 2008
New York is the fashion capital of the world. With is diverse population and...
Last edited: December 29, 2008
Thai, Malaysian, and Vietnamese cuisine is sewn throughout this city, centering...
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Getting a broadway ticket in NYC is a bit complicated and here is the guide...
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If you have a day and want to cover as much ground as you can, here’s a great...
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Guide to Exclusive NYC Nightlife With options ranging from  loft parties in...
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The Bronx is UP and offers many attractions In addition to the Bronx Zoo there...
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For more info about Brooklyn Art Museum visit NeoPopRealism Journal...
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  The Ukrainian Museum in New York City has a unique collection of folk and...
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Sometimes the guidebooks / travel sites are great, and sometimes they are...
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New York’s most famous attractions are all noteworthy and worth seeing...
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If you crave an unusual placid day in Flushing, Queens, be sure to visit...
Last edited: November 10, 2007
Tons of fun for teens in the city, including:   Shopping: Canal Street doesn’t...
Last edited: October 23, 2008
Hop On Hop Off Bus Tours Many travellers to New York have but a few short days...
Last edited: March 02, 2014
New York has some pretty crazy dishes, ranging from eating beef intestines to...
Last edited: September 04, 2011
Families looking for an alternative to Disney might want to check out "King...
Last edited: May 13, 2009
55 BAR is a warm, inexpensive and cozy musical treat. The music ranges from...
Last edited: October 23, 2008
The 9/11 Memorial is open daily from 8:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Visitor passes are...
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The ground where the World Trade Center stood is now the location of the new...
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Astor's new home in the landmark DeVinne Press Building offers 50% more floor...
Last edited: October 28, 2008
Birdland got its name from jazz great Charlie Parker's nickname: Bird. Over the...
Last edited: October 09, 2014
Broadway is famous as the pinnacle of the American theatre industry. This...
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Citi Pond at Bryant Park, on 42nd street and 6th Avenue, is NYC's only...
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Extending from 59th to 110th streets between 5th and 8th avenues [Central Park...
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Central Park Bike Tours  located at 203 West 58th Street. Have been showing...
Last edited: September 11, 2013
Rain or shine, take a food and culture walking tour of the Chelsea Market...
Last edited: November 19, 2013
Chicago City Limits is one of the longest lasting comedy groups anywhere for a...
Last edited: July 09, 2014
New York's Chinatown, in downtown Manhattan, has one of the largest populations...
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Dance Theater Workshop (DTW), founded in 1965, is a fantastic institution...
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Dyker Beach Golf Club is worth to play, as it is the closest golf course from...
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While in New York City make sure to visit the newest market, great place to...
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Ellis Island is amazing. Plan to get there early. Be sure to purchase "reserve...
Last edited: June 11, 2010
The beautiful Fifth Avenue mansion and art collection of industrialist Henry...
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Governor's Island is a fabulous NYC experience that is unique and rather  "un...
Last edited: January 08, 2012
Harlem is uptown Manhattan and begins where Central Park ends and extends about...
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The Intrepid returns. After a two year refurbishment, the Intrepid return to...
Last edited: October 28, 2008
The Jazz Gallery is a special place for New York jazz fans. It has been called...
Last edited: January 25, 2009
Kelly Temple Church Of God In Christ 8-10-12 East 130th Street Between 5th and...
Last edited: December 22, 2011
Le Caire Lounge - Mediterranean Lounge/cuisine with a Middle Eastern theme and...
Last edited: December 11, 2012
Website: http://www.lizchr... Hours: Saturdays, Noon to 4:00. (All Year...
Last edited: December 28, 2007
Louis Armstrong House Museum is must-see for any Louis fan. No one has lived in...
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You can find whatever you are looking for there. Even has a wooden escalator...
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Madame Tussauds New York takes you beyond your wildest dreams and makes you the...
Last edited: April 24, 2014
Commonly called the African Market, the Malcolm Shabazz Harlem Market is open...
Last edited: August 14, 2008
At one time this was the old Gimbel's department store.  It was then turned...
Last edited: March 21, 2011
Know Before You Go Extras, including eye de-puffers, oxygen blasts, scalp...
Last edited: March 30, 2007
The Museum at Eldridge Street based in the National Historic Landmark Eldridge...
Last edited: August 13, 2014
The Museum of Arts & Design has moved to a newly renovated building on...
Last edited: April 08, 2009
 This is a great thing to do with teens and adults in New York.  The show is...
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New York Food Tours is a great company, with friendly, informative guides who...
Last edited: September 04, 2011
Pulse is undoubtedly the city's hippest new karaoke hotspot in Times Square...
Last edited: December 05, 2012
Rockefeller Center, home to the Top of the Rock Observation Deck, offers...
Last edited: October 28, 2008
Russian and Turkish Baths 268 East 10th Street (Between 1st Ave. and Ave. A...
Last edited: October 13, 2008
Shop Gotham is NYC's most established and leading shopping tour company for...
Last edited: June 09, 2014
Founded in 1996, The Skyscraper Museum is a private, not-for-profit...
Last edited: June 04, 2007
A great place to pass the time & a lot of fun & great books.
Last edited: October 24, 2006
St. Patrick's Cathedral is truly magnificent to behold, inside and out.  One...
Last edited: April 29, 2008
NOTE: The Statue of Liberty National Monument, including Ellis Island, is...
Last edited: January 22, 2013
The Lion King - Official Website (866) 870-2717 Minskoff Theatre     1515...
Last edited: June 18, 2009
The Metropolitan Museum of Art is the largest encyclopedic art museum in the...
Last edited: November 23, 2013
The Original Firestore ( formerly known as New York FIrefighters Friend ) is a...
Last edited: July 27, 2010
From some locations in NYC it is easier to get to Grand Central Station than to...
Last edited: January 15, 2006
The Top of the Rock Observation Decks only re-opened late 2005. This is nowhere...
Last edited: February 26, 2013
Top Button Tours takes savvy fashionistas to exclusive garment district...
Last edited: September 29, 2010
Trapeze School can be the highlight of a NYC trip.  Stop worrying and just do...
Last edited: May 25, 2009
TriBeCa (an acronym for Triangle Below Canal) is a neighborhood on Manhattan's...
Last edited: March 03, 2009
The new Union Square Wine website is  UnionSquareWine.com.
Last edited: December 11, 2006
If you're wanting to visit New York and feel like a local rather than a...
Last edited: August 10, 2008
  William Secord Gallery  specializes in fine 19th and 20th century dog and...
Last edited: May 02, 2007
Inside Dining Scene
Where to find reviews of NYC restaurants: Menupages: www.menupages.com - The...
Last edited: February 27, 2008
Breakfast in New York is spelled B-A-G-E-L.  If you've never eaten a real New...
Last edited: December 28, 2011
In a city where meals topping $300 per person are not unheard of, "cheap" is a...
Last edited: July 15, 2014
Note: Many Manhattan restaurants are family friendly, you just can't tell from...
Last edited: December 28, 2011
An excellent restaurant for special occassion dining is Cafe Boulud on E. 76th...
Last edited: December 23, 2011
City Bakery The hot chocolate here is thick and velvety on the tongue. Just one...
Last edited: April 19, 2011
Joe’s This classic slice joint is a Greenwich Village institution. Unlike other...
Last edited: April 19, 2011
Souen Organic Ramen Fortifying bowls of steaming ramen are the speciality here...
Last edited: April 19, 2011
If you love cupcakes and don't mind a sugar rush, then have an afternoon of...
Last edited: October 30, 2008
It's impossible to come up with a definitive list of the best NYC restaurants...
Last edited: October 30, 2008
When it comes to keeping kosher, New York has several good places to enjoy...
Last edited: January 15, 2009
Relive or experience for the first time the life in Chinese cities right in...
Last edited: April 23, 2007
Best Burgers in New York City Maybe this should be "Best Budget Burger in...
Last edited: July 15, 2014
Drink in the scenery - eat with the Big Apple as your backdrop Restaurants with...
Last edited: October 09, 2014
 Even though 40 Carrots at Bloomingdale's has been serving this delicious treat...
Last edited: August 01, 2013
Where can I eat before or after a Broadway show? There are over a hundred...
Last edited: August 12, 2014
Acknowledging those who serve you in NYC:   UPDATE: Automatic gratuity added to...
Last edited: June 09, 2014
New York is not all about eating pizza or hot dogs, but it also has a wide...
Last edited: July 08, 2010
These are moderately priced (unless otherwise indicated), good food, good value...
Last edited: October 30, 2008
This place´s got  really something. You will feel like you are in Spain, even...
Last edited: November 07, 2006
Amy's Bread is a New York institution.  The Ninth Avenue location is long and...
Last edited: July 31, 2008
Angus McIndoe Restaurant is a stylish addition to the New York Theater scene...
Last edited: October 11, 2009
Looking for the ultimate Italian enoteca ? This is it! A huge wine cellar and a...
Last edited: May 12, 2007
Located in the West Village, this small cafe offers simple food with a spanish...
Last edited: April 03, 2008
Café Duke is just a few doors away from The Michelangelo and a stone's throw...
Last edited: May 24, 2008
 Cafe Gitane Now there are literally thousands of places to eat in NYC, but...
Last edited: October 30, 2008
Cafe in the Upper East Side (UES) -- not UWS.  
Last edited: October 29, 2008
Cara Mia Trattoria Italiana offers a bit of old Italy in Manhattan's Hell's...
Last edited: February 26, 2009
COLORS restaurant is open for happy hour and dinner seven days a week.  COLORS...
Last edited: March 28, 2008
Craftbar is a more informal version of Craft, but you can still get great food...
Last edited: June 26, 2008
Venezuelan restaurant in Chelsea specializing in traditional Venezuelan food...
Last edited: July 04, 2009
Come for the quirky atmosphere and the singing not a quick cheap eaterie.  So...
Last edited: August 31, 2008
Traditional Japanese dining in a beautiful, authentic Japanese environment is...
Last edited: July 12, 2008
Tiny little place in Murray Hill. The sauce tastes like nona's cooking...
Last edited: October 30, 2008
Famous Famiglia delivers delicious pizza, delivered fresh and hot, from their...
Last edited: October 30, 2008
FEDORA - 239 W. Fourth St. (between W. 10th & Charles Streets) New York, NY...
Last edited: June 03, 2007
Firebird Russian Restaurant offers traditional Russian cuisine on New York's...
Last edited: March 10, 2009
Located at 31 Great Jones St. (3rd St.) between Bowery and Lafayette.  They...
Last edited: December 24, 2007
Differents sort of oysters are presented (6 American and Canadian).  The menu...
Last edited: January 26, 2009
A great little Deli, which serves great food, at a reasonable price, by...
Last edited: October 24, 2009
Jim Brady's is open daily, serving Irish and Pub food. They can also...
Last edited: March 15, 2009
Joe Allen offers a casual venue for straightforward American cooking before or...
Last edited: March 09, 2009
John's Pizza at Times Square offers very tasty and affordable pizza in a unique...
Last edited: September 16, 2006
Great greek food. Diners love the calamari and the gyro platter. The french...
Last edited: September 15, 2006
Website: http://www.katsuh...
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This is an unexpected find in New York . You will not believe the excellent...
Last edited: December 20, 2006
Kiran Indian Cuisine is small and cosy, a hidden gem tucked just to the west of...
Last edited: March 31, 2009
www.lapaellanyc.com : La paella restaurant is the place to be in New York...
Last edited: October 30, 2008
  Food: Ethnic Haitian Food Quality: Excellent Food Price: Cheap, great value...
Last edited: July 24, 2006
Proper Name:  Lunella Ristorante 173 Mulberry St (btwn Grand & Broome Sts...
Last edited: September 23, 2006
There are 2 more locations in Manhattan: Downtown (listed here on Bleecker St...
Last edited: October 23, 2009
You could almost pass by this little noodle shop on 55th between 5th and 6th...
Last edited: February 10, 2007
Meson Sevilla is a wonderful place to experience traditional Spanish cuisine...
Last edited: March 09, 2009
Tar-Isteach Cafe and Deli is located on Broadway between 104th and 103rd...
Last edited: February 17, 2009
Maria's Mont Blanc is just west of Eighth Avenue at 315 West 48th Street...
Last edited: August 04, 2008
Flanagan's Wake at Mr. Dennehy's  - Irish villagers from the fictional village...
Last edited: April 27, 2009
On the weekends, the crowd spills out of the Mustang Grill onto Second Avenue...
Last edited: October 30, 2008
This is a special NY restaurant which explains its perpetual popularity.  It...
Last edited: October 30, 2008
Popular country French family-owned restaurant near Times Square.  Long and...
Last edited: August 04, 2008
Located in Tribeca, Petite Abeille offers Belgian Bistro cuisine, like belgian...
Last edited: June 30, 2009
The Pig 'n' Whistle on 2nd is one or the newest Irish Pubs in Midtown...
Last edited: May 16, 2008
Some of the best pizza in New York City.
Last edited: December 25, 2007
Designed by award winning architectural firm Bentel & Bentel, Rouge Tomate...
Last edited: June 09, 2009
Sardi's is a New York City Landmark serving classic American fare in a...
Last edited: February 13, 2009
Serendipity is finally back in operation.  This landmark restaurant has...
Last edited: December 04, 2007
Shanghai Cuisine-- a little dark, a little old, some long gone Shanghai movie...
Last edited: December 27, 2007
Sistina restaurant is everything you hoped a handsome, romantic restaurant...
Last edited: October 07, 2006
Sylvia's is situated in Harlem, right beside the 125th Street subway station...
Last edited: September 10, 2007
A great little atmospheric restaurant/bar in a trendy area full of interesting...
Last edited: July 31, 2006
The Delta Grill on the corner of 48th and Ninth Avenue is packed with...
Last edited: December 05, 2008
Nestled on the southern border of Nolita, The Mott proves that good things do...
Last edited: September 14, 2009
The Place is a "Pan European/New American" restaurant in New York's West...
Last edited: March 04, 2008
Turkish Cuisine is a Ninth Avenue restaurant that looks plain from the...
Last edited: October 12, 2008
Whym 
Whym's (pronounced whim) cuisine can be described a eclectic American with a...
Last edited: May 26, 2009
Wing Shoon Restaurant offers well-prepared Can... food including Dim Sum in the...
Last edited: April 12, 2007
Inside United States: For Foreign Visitors
Currency  The United States uses the United States dollar as its currency. The...
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A little preparation will help simplify the process of entering the United...
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Despite the best of intentions, accidents and illness happen when away from...
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Temperature in the United States... How Hot is HOT? How Cold is COLD?  100°F...
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General: The standard American telephone number is ten digits, such as (555...
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While tipping is NOT mandatory in most of the United States, it is expected in...
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In many states motels, hotels and innkeepers of any description are subject to...
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Being victimized by scandalous businesses when traveling is one of the sad...
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Depending on where you travel to in the U.S. bottle/container deposit laws...
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United States of America has a history of unified etiquette protocols that may...
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A discount shopping trip in the United States can be a real bonanza for...
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Canadian citizens flying between a Canadian and American airport require a...
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An important task prior to your international travel is to determine what visa...
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How to Save Money while travelling - Transportation A major expenditure when...
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When traveling, one of the major expenditures that must be planned is food and...
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A common discussion within travel communities is the question of independent...
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Before making international travel, it is important to determine the electrical...
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  Some Anglophone Nations  United Kingdom On your first visit to the USA from...
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There are many Forum posts where people ask about how to use their Mobile Phone...
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When going for a holiday or even for a short trip a checklist with "not to...
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Eye Contact In the United States, most people consider it polite, and a...
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For those out there exploring the opportunity to travel around the world on a...
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Contents:  1. Understanding the "sales tax" on merchandise and food in the U.S...
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The following links provide access to lots of travel and tourist information...
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This is a listing of SmartPhone and Tablet Apps that will be of benefit to the...
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Many visitors to the United States go to typical tourist areas like New York...
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In the U.S., there are certain customs about the young that may differ from...
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Everyone who arrives in the United States is processed by U.S. Customs and...
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