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Stuff to do in NYC

Discussion in 'Social Life, Food & Drink, Travel' started by chobochobo, Oct 2, 2006.

  1. chobochobo

    chobochobo Senior member Moderator

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    I'm going to be NYC for the second week of October. Travelling from HK to Newark. It's my second trip, my first was pre 9/11 and I managed to have a drink at the top of the WTC. I've also done the empire state, staten island ferry, guggenheim, moma. Thinking of kicking back, and doing less touristy things and just walk around, eat drink and be merry. I've got a list of eateries from NY magazine, and probably will look at Century 21, filenes and loehmanns.

    I was thinking of travelling fairly light (empty suitcase) with clothes for a few days, and then buying as I see things that I like. I've done it before visiting London (pre-SF and so bought labels more than quality) but is this a viable plan in NYC?

    Any recommendations for things to see/do/eat/buy much appreciated.
     
  2. DocHolliday

    DocHolliday Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    For a low-key outing, you might go see the Little Church Around the Corner, if you haven't already. My favorite spot in the city.

    http://www.littlechurch.org/
     
  3. acidboy

    acidboy Senior member

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    you should pay tribute to the temples of sf, most are found in madison ave., i believe. [​IMG]
     
  4. drizzt3117

    drizzt3117 Senior member

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    I'm going to be NYC for the second week of October. Travelling from HK to Newark. It's my second trip, my first was pre 9/11 and I managed to have a drink at the top of the WTC. I've also done the empire state, staten island ferry, guggenheim, moma. Thinking of kicking back, and doing less touristy things and just walk around, eat drink and be merry. I've got a list of eateries from NY magazine, and probably will look at Century 21, filenes and loehmanns.

    I was thinking of travelling fairly light (empty suitcase) with clothes for a few days, and then buying as I see things that I like. I've done it before visiting London (pre-SF and so bought labels more than quality) but is this a viable plan in NYC?

    Any recommendations for things to see/do/eat/buy much appreciated.


    Try to get a table at Per Se [​IMG]
     

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