Lives in New York, New York
Since Aug 2006
Art Museums, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Architectural Buildings, Observation Decks & Towers, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Parks, Scenic Walking Areas, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Points of Interest & Landmarks
Observation Decks & Towers, Lookouts
New York would not be New York without the Met, and Central Park. The Park is literally a breath of fresh air in the teeming masses crowding the streets, and the Museum is an astonishing respite of elegance, wonder, and astonishment.
Every New Yorker has been here, especially as a youngster. Be one!
Almost un-City-like, the perfect place to people-watch. And duck-, bird-, dog- and sea lion-watch, too.
Mom called it 'the biggest Christmas tree in the world.' Nothing like it in the world, before or since. Enjoy!
Another 'must-do' that all New Yorkers have done, the ferry may surprise you with how steady it is in the strong waters of the harbor. Close your eyes for a second, go back in time for a little while and imagine your ancestors arriving at Ellis Island.
One of the two highest views we all love, along with the Empire State Building. Spectacular.