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I'm sorry. I'm sure people get tired of so many NYC threads on here. It was my first visit to NYC and being there 48 hours I'm sure I don't have anything new that hasn't been photographed and posted a millions times already. Nevertheless, here goes:
We started out in Lower Manhattan, taking the ferry to Liberty and Ellis Island:
In the afternoon we headed Canal Street and walked to Chinatown:
Next we decided to head to Times Square:
The next day was cloudy and a bit rainy so we decided to head up towards the American Museum of Natural History:
We head to Williamsburg next to get some beer:
The view from the Holiday Inn Express MSG on 29th Street:
Walking to MSG:
It was fun, NYC. At Jamaica station heading back to JFK:
Thanks. Only so much you can do in 48 hours. Either Top of the Rock or Empire State building observation decks are on my list for the next visit. Also want to check out more buildings in person (Flatiron, Chrysler, Citicorp) and the highline park.