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Outdoor Rooftop Bar, Club, Restaurant NYC New York

Outdoor Rooftop Bar, Club, Restaurant NYC New York
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Séjour à New York | Les Infos de Lolo Suite à plusieurs demandes des lecteurs, voici un billet recensant les différents coûts du séjour à New York. Tous les prix ci-dessous s’entendent en dollars, par personne, taxes et pourboires compris (sauf prix des 2 excursions). Logement Étant parti par le travail, nous avons payé un tarif global préférentiel pour l’avion, l’hôtel et les excursions. Nous séjournions à l’hôtel « Sheraton Tribeca New York Hotel« , un hôtel 3 étoiles et demi / 4 étoiles. Pour ce faire, j’ai simplement simulé une réservation sur le site pour la période correspondante en 2012, soit la période du 7 au 11 juin 2012. Ce prix correspond précisément à la chambre dans laquelle nous séjournions. Transports A notre arrivée, une carte de métro valable 7 jours (Metro Card 7 Days Unlimited) nous a été remise par les organisateurs. Aussi, voici les tarifs concernant les trajets en Taxi. Tourisme Voici le tarif du « City Pass » acheté avant notre séjour. Prix : 80$ (90$ depuis Mars 2012). The Metropolitan Museum : 26$.

DOT - Staten Island Ferry Stay Updated on the Ferry Sign up for email updates and alerts on ferry service changes. Alerts are also posted on DOT's Twitter and Facebook pages. Riding the Staten Island Ferry Route Information The Ferry operates between the St. The St. The Whitehall Terminal is located at 4 South Street, Manhattan. Passengers using wheelchairs are encouraged to use lower-level boarding at both the Whitehall and St. The Staten Island Ferry does not carry cars. No pets are allowed on the ferry, with the exception of pets in cages and service animals. Ferry schedule The ferry runs around the clock, every day of the year. The Ferry operates on a holiday schedule on New Year's Day, Presidents Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day. Transit connections The St. The Whitehall Terminal is accessible by the M5, M15, M15 SBS and M20 bus routes and the 1, 4, 5, J, R and Z trains. Parking No vehicles are allowed on the ferry. The upper South Lobby Kiss & Ride at the St. Guy V.

10 of the best bars in Manhattan, New York | Travel Bedlam This mixed-crowd East Village newbie offers a gay singles scene, welcome for their straight friends of both genders, and a surplus of taxidermy animals. Aiming at a spooky-yet-sexy feel, the cavernous bar, with book-themed wallpapers, includes a giant moose head, warthog, black bear, and stuffed birds among its decorative flourishes. To ease your nerves, try the Lily Bart, a cucumber vodka and lambic concoction named for the Edith Wharton character, or go with a $6 beer. On busy nights, be prepared to literally rub elbows: the space is tight, with local DJs urging patrons off the velvet red couches.• 40 Avenue C, Don Hill's On a quiet west Soho block, Don Hill's has provided decades of parties for fashionable young things. Le Bain The top floor of the Standard hotel is something of a glamour theme park. The Big Bar This East Village staple, established in 1990, has a deliberately misleading moniker. The Lobby Bar at the Ace Hotel The Jane Ballroom The Oak Room

The Roof Garden Commission April 29–November 2, 2014 Accompanied by a publication This installation by Dan Graham (born 1942, Urbana, Illinois) is the second in a new series of site-specific commissions for the Museum's Roof Garden. Comprising curves of steel and two-way mirrored glass set between ivy hedgerows, Graham's structure is part garden maze, part modernist skyscraper facade. Viewers who enter the work are transformed into performers; in glimpsing their own reflections, they are also made acutely aware of the act of looking. For the past fifty years Graham has engaged his interest in architecture and the way it structures public space through a multidisciplinary practice encompassing writing, photography, video, performance, and—beginning in the 1970s—sculptural environments of mirrored glass and metal. The artist's pavilions likewise respond to their specific sites. Related Installation - Your Official Site for Travelling To and Living in New York The Surrey Employees Only Central park | The Roof New York :: Guide de voyage New York New York. Ceux qui n’y ont jamais posé les pieds la connaissent déjà, par le cinéma, les séries télé, la musique, la littérature. New York est une machine à rêves. Diverse, frénétique, électrique, magnétique, magique, vertigineuse, inventive, intensive... les adjectifs se bousculent pour la décrire. Soho House New York NYC’s 6 Best Bars For Mint Juleps Mint Juleps are a unique libation often found clutched in the hands of those watching horses race by at the Kentucky Derby. Although quite a simple recipe, it has become hugely popular, and when created in different ways, can be better served some places than others. It’s intended to be sipped (ideally in a silver-plated cup or a large rocks glass), not slurped, and the following New York City bars do it right. More: NYC’s 7 Best Kentucky Derby Parties Photo Credit: Employees Only Employees Only 510 Hudson St (at W 10th St) New York, NY 10014 (212) Named the World’s Best Bar at the 2011 Tales of the Cocktail, and among the country’s top 10 bars by Esquire Magazine, you know you’re going to get a good, classic Mint Julep here. Photo Credit: Forty Four Forty Four Bar 44 W 44th St (between 5th and 6th Aves) New York, NY 10036 (212) One of the challenges with a julep is the elevated sugar levels often found in the drink. The Anchor