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Grand Central Station tours
Free lunchtime tour on Wednesday featuring the station's majestic concourse.

Gotham Bar & Grill
A very pricey dining experiences, the service, environment and the food are impeccable.

Unicorn tapestries
There's plenty at the Cloisters Museum, most notably the recently restored fifteenth and sixteenth century unicorn tapestries.

Coney Island
Have a hotdog at Nathan's or take a ride on the Cyclone rollercoaster (not necessarily in that order.)

Chrysler Building
Inside, you can not view much more than the lobby, but this building defines New York's skyline more than any other.

Brooklyn Bridge
Less than a mile walk across the bridge, take in the skyline of the Financial District and the Harbor Islands.

Katz's Deli
Lower East Side, with hugh sandwiches served to you by wisecracking guys behind the counter.

Central Park
you'll find everything about Central Park fantastic: Take a boat ride, watch Shakespeare in the Park or picnic in the Conservatory Garden after going to a museum,

Manhattan's most densely packed neighborhood offers great places to eat, many Asian delicacies or just wander around.

Baseball at Yankee Stadium
Between April and October take in a ballgame, and there's no better place than the Bronx location they call "The Stadium."

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To find information contact New York Convention and Visitors Bureau at 810 Seventh Ave. at 53rd Street, (Mon - Fri 8.30 am - 6 pm, weekends and holidays 9 am - 5 pm, or call one of their counselors at 212-484-1222, ). They have up to
date leaflets on what's going on, plus bus and subway maps and information on hotels and accommodation.
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