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Smorgasbord Market – 90 Kent Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11211
These the bees knees! Great vintage clothing and yummy food. Definitely a must.
If you visit NYC, you must stay in an airbnb loft located in Brooklyn. The culture and atomosphere is just incredible.
Statue of Liberty
A momentous symbol that is incredible to see up close. A place that you will never forget.
Take a walk along the historic freight rail line through the Meatpacking District.
Rockefeller Center – 45 Rockefeller Plaza, New York, NY 10111
Breathtaking views of the Empire State Building and Central Park. $30 each
One World Trade Center – 285 Fulton St, New York, NY 10007
We went up to see the sunset of the city. Beautiful 360 views but far too many people. I felt that the Rockefeller Centre was the better option.
Take a picnic and soak up the atmosphere. It is an absolutely surreal experience to relax in this park in the middle of a busy city.
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Eat the biggest pastrami sandwich you have every seen where Harry met Sally.
Delicious wood fire pizzas in the Bushwick neighbourhood.
My favourite restaurant of the whole trip. A fusion of Japanese and Jewish culture is out of this world. Not only was the food to die for but the service was incredible.
Great Mexican food but the service definitely let it down.