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101 Columbia University
Highlights are the Quadrangle, Cathedral of St John the Divine and Low Library.
102 George Washington Bridge
Maybe not as famous as the Brooklyn Bridge the George Washington Bridge is worth seeing. Below the eastern tower is a much loved red lighthouse. George Washington also proudly fly's a huge American Flag on major federal holidays.
103 Yankee Stadium
Soon to be ex-home of the New York Yankees. The Yankees are one of America's top baseball teams. Going to a game is compulsory if you want to claim you know New York.
104 (64) Sutton Place
Previous residents of Sutton Place include Freddie Mercury and Marilyn Monroe and that’s just the Ms. Tread where the stars trod, pranced and probably danced.
105 (120) FAO Schwarz Toy Store
From a child's prospective. Particular a small child. There are few words that matter. Toy is usually high on the list. There are few better things to do if you're a kid than visit a toy shop. Not only does FAO Schwarz offer you a vast range of toys it is world renown. The tricky bit maybe getting out..
106 (35) Center of Photography
The Permanent Collection has more photos than most of us could take in a lifetime. Many are an important record of the past, most are just great photographs. You can view the photographs from an historical and artistic prospective or just a plain old wow! prospective. Come and have a look at some great pics.
107 (36) Water Taxi Beach
Long Island City has a beach. The Water Taxi Beach. Nice views of the big buildings, a not so real but so what sandy beach, beach volley ball of course, a kitsch bar [naturally] and place to sit and enjoy the scene. New York has it all.
108 (38) Marie's Crisis
This a great place for a sing-a-long with gusto. The piano man is musically amazing. Nothing like a song to make you forget the troubled world in which we live. Participation isn’t compulsory but you might find it hard to resist.
Marie's Crisis is in Grove Street, between Bleecker Street and 7th
109 (43) Bryant Park
Close to Times Square and the New York Public library Bryant Park is a beautiful, relaxing park in midtown. A real circuit breaker from the hustle and bustle of a city that just keeps on coming. There is an outdoor reading room, a food stand, countless tables to eat or relax, a big grassy area for doing big grassy area stuff and several nice restaurants/bars with great patio views.
110 (42) Battery Park City Waterfront
A wonderful urban space. See a side of New York most do not.