More of 75 Things We Love About New York

       Here are the next 15 things that the editors of Where magazine love about New York:

31. Taking a horse-drawn buggy ride around Central Park, just as folks did when it opened in 1873

32. Viewing the Theater District from the red steps of the TKTS Discount Booth at Broadway and W. 47th Street

33. Harvesting fresh-off-the-vine produce and just-baked breads at the Union Square Greenmarket

34. Walking the restored High Line in the Meatpacking District, with its unique 30-feet-high Hudson River views

35. Window-shopping the glittering array of designer boutiques along Madison Avenue

36. Relaxing on a bench overlooking the East River, à la Diane Keaton and Woody Allen in “Manhattan”

37. Guessing which colors will illuminate the Empire State Building this evening

38. Logging on with the free WiFi provided in bucolic Bryant Park

39. Being hypnotized by the aquatic choreography of Lincoln Center’s new dancing fountain

40. Experiencing the ancient peace of the Temple of Dendur at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

41. Waving to the Statue of Liberty while riding the Staten Island Ferry

42. Napping in a hammock at Picnic Point on Governors’ Island

43. Counting the stars on the constellation ceiling mural at Grand Central Terminal

44. Finding one-of-a-kind treasures at a Piers Antiques Show on the West Side

45. Being awed by the Gothic-style magnificence of Saint Patrick’s Cathedral.

       Still more to come…

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RandolphMase, Fiction Writer

http://www.randolphmase.com

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My Novels:

Death on Broadway

Death Beneath the Streets

Death in Central Park

Death in The Cloisters (under construction)

Nathan Hale

 

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