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View of NYC from the Observation Deck on Top of the Rock.

View of NYC from the Observation Deck on Top of the Rock.

1983 The Statue of Liberty and Twin Towers New York City Photograph by Fred R Conrad/The New York Times

The Statue of Liberty, flanked by the twin towers of the World Trade Center, Dec. Photo by Fred R. Conrad/The New York Times. Love this photo so. I remember when the twin towers were being built, the sky line has just never been the same :(

A guide to New York City by Sandra (niotillfem) #travel #nyc

A guide to New York City by Sandra (niotillfem)

Tram to Manhattan

Was watching a decent film on Netflix last night called "Dark Water" and saw this cable car that goes between Roosevelt Island and NYC. Never knew there was such a thing there

While many tourists come to New York to see the top sights and monuments, what really gets people excited once they arrive are the secrets, the hidden gems that take a bit of researching, peering around corners, and sneaking through unmarked doors to find.  New York is full of these — if you keep an

The Secret Spots Most Tourists Miss (But Shouldn't) in New York City

The Salmagundi Art Club. Established during the Gilded Age in NYC, At 47 Fifth Ave. A private club during the Gilded Age, where artist of fame could gather. For example, Saint-Gaudens and Tiffany.

I used to live very near the Queensborough Bridge. I also rode the tram across the East River to Roosevelt Island often.

new york The Queensboro Bridge, (also known as the Street Bridge and officially titled the Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge) NYC

Rockefeller Plaza all the way to the top

Rockefeller Plaza all the way to the top

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