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Patrick’s is a wonderful opportunity to come to a deeper understanding of the architecture, history and spirit of this great Cathedral. Visitors and friends are welcome to join us for guided tours of the Cathedral. Please contact Roberta Shea, Director of Volunteers and Cathedral Tours to inquire about availability. Tours can be conducted Monday through Friday for groups of 10 or more and must be scheduled in advance. All tours are free of charge, though contributions are accepted. Please Call Roberta Shea, Director of Volunteers and Cathedral Tours, to schedule a tour at 212.355.2749 ext. 829. Walk-in Tours Following are the dates/times selected for February-May walk-in tours. All tours begin at 10 am March Moday, 3/3 Friday, 3/7 Tuesday, 3/11 Thursday, 3/13 Wednesday, 3/19 Monday, 3/24 Friday, 3/28.
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But I'd love to share a few twists on those adventures that we've discovered over the years... 1. 10 best things to do in New York. Red Rooster © Tripbod Craig 1.
Red Rooster: hip Harlem comes home to roost Uptown is hotter than ever, and at the center of it all is celebrity chef Marcus Samuelsson’s restaurant/bar/jazz club that opened in 2010 and has been jam-packed ever since. I come here to dig into gourmet plates of global-influenced comfort food like jerk chicken and Swedish meatballs as I take in the lively vibe that’s driven by a diverse crew of beautiful people that fills the handsome interior and sunny outdoor sidewalk tables. You’ll have to wait a bit and the subway ride from Downtown can take a while, but it is well worth it for an experience that captures a current snapshot of what I love about New York.
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Stunning decoration with tall tiled arches, brass fixtures and skylights run across the entire curve of the station, almost a miniature imitation of Grand Central Station… But it sounds like something straight out of Harry Potter, right? It was opened in 1904, with the hope of making it the crowning glory of the New York subway system in elegant architecture and a place for commemorative plaques to honour the work that had resulted in such a successful underground mass transit system. It was to be the original southern terminus of the first ‘Manhattan Main Line’; however the station was closed and boarded up in 1945. The reason for its closure was that newer longer cars were required to match the demand of passengers that passed through the system. Forgotten NY. New York City Attractions: What to Visit in New York City. Things to do in New York City.
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For example, you head to Soho, Nolita, the West Village, Williamsburg, you'll find tons of great boutiques. That said, here are 10 amazing stores not to miss... 1. John Derian (East Village) might be my favorite design store of all time. His signature decoupage plates and paperweights feature flowers, frogs, ships and gorgeous typography, and the shop feels like an elegant aunt's Parisian apartment, filled with striped rugs, scented candles, cheeky art books, woodblock prints and colorful quilts. Best Jeans of the Moment - Best of New York Shopping 2011. NYC Guide: A hidden playground in Manhattan. I've lived in New York City for ten years, and I've had a baby for more than a year, but the other day I stumbled upon an amazinghidden playground that I had NO IDEA existed. When you walk into Battery Park City, you see rows of tall apartment buildings. But if you walk behind the building 22 River Terrace, there's a cluster of big trees. They don't look like much, but if you head into them... ...you'll reach a clearing with a sandbox, splashy fountains, and giant slide!
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Due to the fairly minimal pay I receive as a teacher and the high cost of living in the city, I don't eat out much and take a lunchbox to work. I'm also in the Air Force Reserve, which means getting up around 4am on weekends, so I'm not much of a cocktails guy either. But that doesn't mean I don't go out. There's a great Indian vegetarian restaurant called Chennai (1st Ave, between East 86th and 87th), and some good spots to grab a cheap pint near where I live. When I do "go out" properly, I usually head to Alphabet City in the East Village. Great Day Trips from New York.