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New York City appears on millions of people’s lists of places that they want to visit and very few are disappointed when they finally make it there. I was lucky enough to take a city break there a few months ago and there is so much to see and do, you almost have to make a decision on whether you have time to sleep at all during your stay. One of my favorite activities though was visiting some of the best cocktail bars in NYC and, believe me, there are plenty of them...
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Upstairs at the Kimberly Hotel    Chef David Andrews serves small plates at this otherworldly Midtown hotspot.    Kimberly Hotel, 145 East 50th Street, between Third and Lexington Avenues (212-888-1220 or upstairsnyc.com).
Best Places to Eat and See in New York City. The ultimate guide to NYC. Tips and tricks from locals on how to navigate the city. Best places to eat in New York City plus the best places to see while you are there. It's one of my most popular cities to visit in the world for good reason. A perfect comprehensive travel guide to New York City!
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An Insider's Guide To Shopping Vintage In NYC #refinery29  http://www.refinery29.com/nyc-vintage-shops#slide13  No Relation This used-clothing store in the East Village is for bargain hunters who like to work for their treasures. The varied merchandise and no-frills settings keep prices reasonable. No Relation, 204 First Avenue (between East 12 and 13th streets); 212-228-5201.
Originally built in 1922, the 27 Tudor-style buildings are kept in immaculate shape. Bright colors, stucco and brick facades, and flower boxes from second story windows make this a secret escape from the streets of New York. It’s not open to the public anymore, but it is still fun to look between the gates at this little oasis. Find it: 94th-95th St. between Broadway and West End. Hidden behind gated doors, the 94th street entrance has a sign out front.YC - Pomander Walk
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Looking for some New York City travel inspiration? Then look no further! This New York City Bucket List includes 100 things to do in New York City before you die. From amazing restaurants and markets, to museums and art galleries, to places to enjoy recreational activities and insanely beautiful views, this article has it all. Forget anything you've ever read about New York City before, because this bucket list, written by a New Yorker, is the only resource you'll ever need for your next
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