When I asked three New Yorkers if they had been to The High Line, none of them responded "yes". I now know why. It's a tourist attraction and is extremely crowded. Enjoyable, yes, but the jostling for walking space on this claustrophobic space was a bit much. It seems that the main reason this was built was for the benefit of the developers around it as the entire length of the course is bordered by one construction site after another, which is noisy. It's a must see, but go in with lower expectations.
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