Located in the south side of the state of New York, the city of New York is a globally influential city with regard to art, culture, fashion and finance. The city has five boroughs that span from the Hudson River near the Atlantic Ocean to the Big Apples Core.
Points of interest.
The Brooklyn Bridge Park will dazzle you with stunning views of the bridges, Manhattan Skyline and the Statue of liberty. Kids will fall in love with its awesome playground, Slide Mountain and Sandbox Village. Grand Central Terminal is an extravagant transport hub. There is just something awesome about staring up at the zodiac ceiling with people buzzing around you.
You would be missing out on a lot of fun if you visited New York without dropping by the Central Park. There are numerous playgrounds, a great zoo or you could just relax and take a boat ride. The city is also home to architectural masterpieces such as the Times Square, The Empire State building, World Trade Center and the world famous Statue of Liberty. Metropolitan Museum of Art has a cultural value that can only be experienced when viewed in person. You don’t need to have an eye for art to appreciate good art.
Drop by the New Victory Theater. This theater is devoted to kids and has a great schedule of puppet shows, musicals and storytelling sessions.
Go to Serendipity 3. Granted there is almost always a wait here but the famed dessert spot will be worth it. Décor is fancy and apart from the great dessert, the menu offers American classics like burgers and hotdogs.
Visit the American Museum of Natural History. This building has scientific playgrounds with gems and dioramas and let’s not forget that famous dinosaur skeleton.
The city has a significant collection of hotels. Booking can be done online and is as easy as entering your check in and out dates and clicking search. 3 star hotels average at $160 while 5 star hotels average at $430 per night.