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Chelsea Art Museum :: Manhattan, New York

October 5, 2011 by  
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Located in Manhattan‘s Chelsea neighborhood, the Chelsea Art Museum is devoted to showcasing twentieth and twenty-first-century art. The museum also shares part of its renovated historic building with the Miotte Foundation, which collects and celebrates the work of the modern artist Jean Miotte. Miotte is a French artist of the L’Art Informel movement and the Chelsea Museum shows exhibits of Miotte’s work on a regular basis alongside the work of other influential contemporary artists. Read more

Greenwich Village :: Manhattan, New York

March 10, 2011 by  
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Greenwich Village, also known as East and West Village is located between Houston and 14th Street. The neighborhood differs from many of its neighboring areas and although it is associated with celebrities and costly residences, the small curving streets, peculiar alleys, and historic town houses make it an extremely fascinating place. If you’re visiting New York and want to escape the fast pace of Times Square for a few hours, Greenwich Village is the perfect place to visit.

Described commonly as a serpentine layout of streets, Greenwich Village boasts some strong characteristic parks, squares and lanes and is an area of New York known for its Bohemian lifestyle. Read more

Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum :: Manhattan, New York

August 14, 2010 by  
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A Visit to the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum in New York will give you great insight into the military and maritime forces of the United States and their roll in the Second World War. This museum was founded in 1982 and is located on the Hudson River at Pier 86 at 46th Street on the West Side of Manhattan. It was closed for two years from 2006 for restoration and reopened in November 2008. This museum hosts the Fleet Week events held annually. The museum got its name from the World War II aircraft carrier, USS Intrepid. The exhibits include the USS Intrepid aircraft carrier, the submarine, USS Growler and the supersonic reconnaissance plane, Lockheed A-12. Read more

The Plaza Hotel :: Manhattan, New York

July 2, 2010 by  
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Reserve a Room at The Plaza Hotel in New York

Bright lights, big city, and what better way to enjoy your visit to the “Capitol of the World” than by staying in one of its finest hotels. The Plaza Hotel, located in magical uptown Manhattan (on the renowned Fifth Avenue and overlooking Central Park) is the definition of New York elite. Opened in 1907, The Plaza Hotel is a glorious French Renaissance Revival structure boasting nearly 300 rooms, each more extravagant than the last. The neoclassical Beaux Arts interiors are strikingly stunning and have recently experienced a multimillion dollar makeover melding modern elements with the traditional in a unique style that works surprisingly well. Just entering the lobby gives you the feeling that you are fairy tale royalty. No wonder it’s the only hotel in New York City to be honored as a National Historic Landmark! Read more

Castle Clinton :: Manhattan, New York

June 5, 2010 by  
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Castle Clinton. Wait, you mean they even have a castle? Well, no. The Clinton honored in this naming was DeWitt Clinton; mayor of New York City from 1803 to 1815 and governor of New York State from 1817 to 1822 and 1825 to 1828. In admiration of his service to the state, a sandstone fort built to protect the United States from the British in the War of 1812 was named in his honor. Actually completed in 1811, it was constructed on a man made island off the coast of Manhattan. Despite its original (and obvious purpose) Castle Clinton never saw a single battle. Well not a war based one, anyway. Read more

21 Club :: Manhattan, New York

June 3, 2010 by  
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Welcome to the home of one of Orient Express’ world premier restaurants. Here they offer diners a sumptuous treat within a treat. There’s New York City and all its glory, and you here at the center of one of the city’s most popular restaurants; for that matter one of the world’s most renowned restaurants. The 21 Club! Read more

American Indian Museum :: Manhattan, New York

May 10, 2010 by  
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New York is a place where almost everything is a landmark, we have yet another! The American Indian Museum on Bowling Green in lower Manhattan is a wonderland in a city of wonders. The American Indian Museum houses artifacts from Native Americans from the far north across Canada all the way to the Caribbean Islands, and everything is under one roof! The National Museum of the American Indian in New York City is a part of the Smithsonian Institution and Read more

Library Hotel :: Manhattan, New York

March 4, 2010 by  
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Reserve a Room at the Library Hotel in New York City

Just east of Madison Avenue on 41st Street sits the Library Hotel, a unique 60 room boutique hotel that has given each of its ten floors a different unique theme based on the Dewey Decimal Classification system. For example, the 5th floor is based on the 500s, Math & Science, with rooms such as Mathematics (Room 500.001), Astronomy (Room 500.006) and Dinosaurs (Room 500.005). The hotel is conveniently located one block from Grand Central station as well as only three blocks from Times Square and the Theater District. Fashioned from a landmark 1900 brick and terra cotta building, it has been beautifully restored into a New York City hotel of the utmost quality. The rooms at the Library Hotel are richly appointed and individually decorated with art and a collection of books based on the rooms’ specific theme and it has been selected as winner of “Best Luxury Hotel United Stated” by the members of TripAdvisor. Read more

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