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New York, NY, United States

Welcome to the city that never sleeps. New York city is considered a ‘must go’ on almost every world metropolitan list. Also referred to as "The Big Apple", it is the most populous city in the United States and lies at the mouth of the Hudson River in the southernmost part of the state. New York is a center for media, culture, food, fashion, art, research, finance, and trade and has one of the largest and most famous skylines on earth, dominated by the iconic Empire State Building. Home to Times Square, the Statue of Liberty and other iconic sites, New York City is a fast-paced, globally influential center of art, culture, fashion and finance.



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One Bedroom in City Center $2,986
Primary means of transportation Train/Metro
Level of Crime Moderate
Quality of Life
Average Meal Price $22

Internet Speed 12.6 Mbps
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English Speakers:
99.99% of population
Quality of Care Good
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Protestant 51.3%, Roman Catholic 23.9%, Mormon 1.7%, other Christian 1.6%, Jewish 1.7%, Buddhist 0.7%, Muslim 0.6%, other or unspecified 2.5%, unaffiliated 12.1%, none 4% (2007 est.)

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Wed Aug 17 2016 16:28:14 GMT+0000 (UTC)
Grand Banks was my favorite (and my BF LOVED their oysters)! But be warned, go early or plan ahead, that wait can be gnarly!
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There’s a reason why many New Yorkers flee the city on weekends during the summer. It’s hot, congested, and at times, let’s be honest, kind of smelly. Whereas other big cities around the world offer respite in the form of lakes or beaches, unless you’re in Southern Brooklyn you’re not exactly close to any swim... Read more »
Tue Aug 09 2016 10:24:20 GMT+0000 (UTC)
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Wed Jul 20 2016 16:09:59 GMT+0000 (UTC)
Is the New York CityPASS worth it or not? (Hint: it all depends on your travel style.)
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When traveling to the Big Apple for the first time, chances are that you’re to do list looks something like: DO ALL THE THINGS. No joke: New York holds hundreds of sights to see, museums to explore and activities to do. A lot of these attractions cost an entrance fee of some sort, which can... Read more »
Mon May 09 2016 17:26:27 GMT+0000 (UTC)
Because Penn Station is a beast of it's own, here's how you handle it like a pro. (Don't worry, I learned the hard way so that you don't have to.)
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When you live outside of New York City you don’t always necessarily think that traveling by train is the easiest and fastest way to get to a destination. But New Yorkers know that is, especially if you’re going to a city that’s close by. And since Penn Station is the main hub for Amtrak trains... Read more »
Thu Apr 28 2016 22:02:03 GMT+0000 (UTC)
For those of you who don't know about yet... Now you know! Here's a sneak peek at the types of insane deals.. NYC to Costa Rica for $260 round trip. AKA for all of you NYC'ers looking to escape the NY humidity this summer, why not head to costa rica?!
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Wed Apr 20 2016 15:13:09 GMT+0000 (UTC)
File under: perfect (wine-filled) day trips from NYC.
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Winter is officially over, and with the temperatures rising it’s a lot more fun to be outside. What’s even better than just being outdoors? Drinking wine outdoors, of course. If you live in New York City or elsewhere in the Tri-State area spring is the perfect time to visit some of the region’s great wineries... Read more »
Wed Apr 13 2016 23:08:17 GMT+0000 (UTC)
Rainbow Bagels, Churro Ice Cream Cones and Cotton Candy Bubble Tea...OH MY! NYC really does outdo themselves when it comes to having the best (or maybe craziest) food in the world:
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NYC, a city with a fast pace and even faster food trends. From the ramen burger that caused fans to wait four hours for a burger between two noodle buns, to the Halal Guys having a chicken and rice dish that causes lines around the block, NYCers take their Instagram-worthy food trends seriously, and you... Read more »
Mon Apr 11 2016 17:29:05 GMT+0000 (UTC)

All i can say is drink your coffee and wear extra comfy shoes because it's true when they say "New York Never Sleeps" and you will just want to walk everywhere and enjoy times square. Don't forget to stop at a local pizza joint and have a slice of heaven! Try out Patzeria Perfect Pizza on 46th st between Broadway and 8th at least that was there when I went a couple years ago!

Sat Apr 09 2016 22:54:49 GMT+0000 (UTC)

Amazing food in Michael Jordan's restaurant, fab steak house in the beautiful surroundings of central station!! Could not recommend this place more!!

Fri Apr 08 2016 22:17:39 GMT+0000 (UTC)

If you like culture & broadway then NYC is the place to be. You can enjoy all types of food From all over the world, shop to your heart's content, then watch a show all in the same day. Little Italy is the area I enjoy most and do not pass the street food by without sampling some of the American favourites.

Fri Apr 08 2016 04:25:07 GMT+0000 (UTC)

Both times I have been to New York I have been treated like royalty. I stayed in SOHO where I enjoyed fabulous Mexican Fusion Sushi, went to the Bare Minerals boutique and enjoyed all of the shops. I also visited the famous Kleinfeld Bridal and took in a Bridal show featuring Martha Stewart. You can walk down any street and see something interesting, or someone selling something unique. Don't forget Time's Square -where you will absolutely find a character to take a photo with. Don't forget to eat at Justin Timberlake's Hell's Kitchen restaurant "Southern Hospitality". Enjoy!!

Thu Apr 07 2016 20:01:43 GMT+0000 (UTC)

I definitely recommend trying to catch a Broadway show during your time here. Tkts in Times Square is a great option for same day shows at discounted prices.

Thu Apr 07 2016 16:01:00 GMT+0000 (UTC)

If heading to museums, the Cloisters are the gorgeous Medieval section of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, located in Upper Manhattan along the Hudson River. Have a delicious brunch at New Leaf restaurant in Fort Tryon Park (sit outside, it's so pretty) and then stroll through the park to The Cloisters. It is a fantastic afternoon!

Thu Apr 07 2016 15:58:27 GMT+0000 (UTC)

During the warm months, Madison Square Eats pops up outside of Madison Square Park. It has TONS of good food (Maine lobster rolls are my favorite), alcohol, and outdoor seating. The tables go quickly though since it is such an amazing spot!

Thu Apr 07 2016 14:30:14 GMT+0000 (UTC)

For visiting NYC I recommend looking into AirBNB since there is so much to do in NYC that you'll hardly be in your hotel room otherwise. Put those saved dollars towards seeing a broadway show (Hamilton!!!) or visiting some of the amazing NYC restaurants (Lavo, Sadelle's, hole in the wall dim sum in Chinatown, Carbone...)

Thu Apr 07 2016 12:46:51 GMT+0000 (UTC)
Bright lights, busy traffic, and overwhelming noise. A thing of the past once you know the right spots to hit in New York City. A Five Guys transforms into a quiet bar upstairs with dim lighting and amazing bartenders. Pick up a phone at a small hot dog joint and you're entered into an underground speakeasy with some of the best appetizers and carefully crafted cocktails that NYC has to offer. Got a plain white shirt? Grab a group of friends and challenge each other to a decantor of Porron and try not to get filthy! Never assume things are as they appear! There are plenty of best kept secrets if you know the right people!
Wed Apr 06 2016 23:18:01 GMT+0000 (UTC)

When in New York you may think of staying at a hotel but hotels can be extremely pricey. If you check out craigslist and look for rooms for rent many places rent rooms for a week at a time and furnished so you pay 150 for a week! So much better then 150 a night #newyork

Wed Apr 06 2016 23:13:58 GMT+0000 (UTC)

When going to the city the usual issue is either finding transportation or parking for the transportation you have and if your going to the city alone there's really no reason to pay for parking or take a taxi. So what I suggest is trying out a citi bike which can be rented at locations all over the city and you can pick the bike up at one place and drop it off at another. And with the spring weather on its way you can enjoy the weather and the views.

Mon Apr 04 2016 16:15:38 GMT+0000 (UTC)
Wi-Fi is like air: the average traveler will die without it. Which is exactly why you need this list of 10 free places to find Wi-Fi in NYC.
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Wi-Fi is like air: the average traveler will die without it. New York City gets that, and so it has begun to set up Wi-Fi stations in old phone booths and public parks so that users can plot transit routes, look up reviews for a nearby café or just check their email anytime. Moreover, plenty... Read more »
Mon Apr 04 2016 14:56:41 GMT+0000 (UTC)

Visiting nyc and not sure of the best way to get around? THE SUBWAY! Absolutely. I've visited the city about 10 times and the first few I always got sucked in to the bus companies that stand on every corner and rip you off for an "all day ride" price. I've learned that the fastest, cheapest and easiest way to get around is the subway. Although it may look a little confusing, there's always someone around to help and make sure you get on and off the right train. If you just need to go one place while you're visiting the taxis are also a good choice but are often expensive and take awhile considering the city traffic.