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big apple here i come

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Hey fella's. After reading appleinsider for long time i decided to register here... At least its done now.

I am heading to NYC at 22th at June and i would like to hear tips and hints. I am coming with my wife and 11yrs old daughter ( myself 30).
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Hey Rahi.

Welcome.
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Welcome, Rahi. Make your first destination in NY the Apple Store. Have fun.

Proud AAPL stock owner.

 

GOA

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Proud AAPL stock owner.

 

GOA

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Welcome, Rahi. Make your first destination in NY the Apple Store. Have fun.

Thanks, that is "must see".
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What part of town are you staying in? I'd recommend taking the circle line cruise around Manhattan. It's a cool way to see the city.
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Welcome!!
"Those people who think they know everything are a great annoyance to those of us who do" - Isaac Asimov
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"Those people who think they know everything are a great annoyance to those of us who do" - Isaac Asimov
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I went to NYC last June, and though I didn't leave Manhattan, there's more then enough there to entertain you for a while.

Times Square is nice to see at night, if you don't mind the crowd. Not really worth it during the day, but if you want to, there's a few things to do around there.

Go see a broadway show. One of the best performances on earth, in my opinion.

The Empire State Building isn't really worth the wait, but if you can bear it, it provides a great view of the city.

Rockefeller Center is pretty cool if you can get a tour.

I'm sure some locals or people who live closer to NYC can point out more places.

Have fun!
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