More of 75 Things We Love About New York

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

61. Dining on the sidewalk in Little Italy on a summer’s night

62. Strolling block after block of perfectly preserved historic brownstones in Brooklyn Heights

63. Stretching to catch a fly ball hit by a New York Mets or Yankees slugger at their fresh, state-of-the-art stadiums

64. Conquering the rock-climbing wall at Chelsea Piers

65. Buying designer duds at a discount at an insiders’ sample sale

66. Learning how the universe began at one of the Rose Center for Earth and Space’s high-tech space shows

67. Exploring six and a half miles of Atlantic Ocean coastline at Jones Beach

68. Consuming special prix-fixe meals at the City’s top eateries during NYC Restaurant Week

69. Seeing some of the best actors in the world live onstage in a Broadway musical

70. Watching tennis’ brightest stars go head-to-head at the U.S. Open

71. Investigating turn-of-the 20th Century history with a tour of the Lower East Side

72. Packing a picnic to enjoy on the lush grounds of Fort Tryon Park up in Washington Heights

73. Gallery-hopping in the artistic enclaves of SoHo and Chelsea

74. Circling the island at dusk on a water-boat cruise

75. Glimpsing that glorious skyline come into view en route from the airport.

       Not a bad list, is it?  And it shows just how many ways we can enjoy ourselves in New York City…

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RandolphMase, Fiction Writer 

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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