When I was growing up, we used to visit New York City just about every year. I was completely clueless on the cost of the sights we would visit, but I knew there was plenty to see. New York City has never lost its appeal to me and I think that every one should visit this city should they get the chance. Make sure you pack a good pair of walking shoes, because that's the way to see the city - walking through the chasms of skyscrapers amongst the bustle of people. If you are thinking that the Big Apple is an expensive place to visit, you are right! However, tourists need not spend an arm and a leg while you are there - you can stretch that vacation dollar! Here are five free sites you can go to while visiting. I've even included some good deals in the advertisements on this page for the locals, as well! Read more...
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New York City is one of the most exciting metropolitan centers in the United States. It is comprised of over 8.3 million people from every culture in the world. Being a leading global city, New York is considered a hub in commerce, finance, fashion, culture and entertainment. If you plan on visiting New York City, it would be impossible to fit in everything on a week or even month-long vacation. However, there are some highlights that you can’t miss. Below are five of my favorite sight-seeing spots.
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