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Framed by monolithic columns, Cipriani Wall Street features a 70-foot ceiling with a Wedgewood dome. Impeccable attention to detail, the finest cuisine and classic service sets the stage for the most sought after social experiences.
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Many touristic places to visit. - Visit the Charging Bull - The Staten Island Ferry Etc.
Wall Street is very famous as we all know because it is the world's most important stock market is located at. As a former New Yorker myself, I've only been there couple times because it really doesn't have a lot to offer. However, if you have extra time, I do recommend to do a quick stop and absorb…
Enjoy and experience the business district of Wall Street Manhattan Take photos with Bull of wall street
Stretching for eight city blocks from Broadway to South Street is the world famous Wall Street. This street and the surrounding area are home to some of the most important exchanges in the world, including the New York Stock Exchange, the NASDAQ, and the New York Mercantile Exchange. Also located…
“Lockwood is a cute little shop filled to the brim with novelties. If you want funny socks, witty mugs, motivational journals, coloring books of actors and so much more, this is the place to go! They also have items exclusive to the area, so I recommend giving it a visit.”
“The world's leading performing arts center. Find an event, buy tickets. Find Tickets. Chat Support Available. Categories: Dance, Music, Film, Opera, Theater.”
“The World’s Fair Marina is a public marina located at the northern edge of Flushing Meadows-Corona. Conveniently located right off the Grand Central Parkway, this public marina is just north of Citi-Field, home to the MLB’s New York Metropolitans, as well as the USTA National Tennis Center, home of the U.S. Open. Originally a boat basin built in 1939 for the World’s Fair, Robert Moses expanded construction of the marina for the 1964 New York World’s Fair to help accommodate over 800 boats. Since 1999, the NYC Department of Parks & Recreation has operated the World’s Fair Marina. The marina offers many different activities including power boating, kayaking, canoeing, ferries as well as part”
“Great park with huge open area, big kids play area w/ water, toddler play area, hand ball courts and basketball court. 78th ST closed to traffic in summer and big Farmer's market every Sunday!”
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