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[Central Park as viewed from the Top Of The Rock (Rockefeller Center).]
New York hotels – Search for discount hotels in New York with lowest rates guaranteed.
Glamping in New York State – Glamping Hub offers a wide range of glamping options all over New York State.
NYCgo – Official NYC guide with information on travel, restaurants, shops, clubs and cultural events.
I <3 NY – New York City travel guide from the New York State travel portal.
Gothamist – News, food, arts and events.
New York Magazine – News portal with guides to restaurants, nightlife, shopping, movies, politics.
NYC.com – The New York site with the enviable domain name has info and bookings for hotels, tickets, tours, attractions, shopping, restaurants, nightlife.
The Skint – Daily updates of free and cheap things to do in New York.
NYC Bloggers – Listing over 6000 bloggers in the five boroughs of New York City.
Humans Of New York – HONY became a big hit on Facebook and now has an accompanying book
Jeremiah’s Vanishing New York – “a bitterly nostalgic look at a city in the process of going extinct.”
NY Train Project – The tiled signs of every subway station in New York City.
Tips for first-time travel to New York City – By everintransit.com.
Local secrets for exploring NYC on the super cheap – By jessieonajourney.com.
36 Hours in New York City on the cheap – By theglobalcouple.com.
Deals in New York City: 10% Off NYC Harbor Lights Cruise.
Central Park Rickshaw Tours – Learn the history of Central Park and see movie locations and celebrity homes.
Grub Street – Blog by New York magazine covering the restaurant scene, openings and closings, food reviews, and food news.
Walks of New York: Official Mario Batali Greenwich Village Food Tour – Review by Lea Kuliczkowski at calculatedtraveller.com.
Lonely Planet New York City (Travel Guide)
Fodor’s New York City 2014 (Full-color Travel Guide)
This view never gets old.
When I fly to New York it’s usually a long haul flight so I get an isle seat. On this occasion I was flying from Miami to New York La Guardia so I got a window seat. As we were flying from the south I guessed that the best view would be on the left so I requested an A-seat. Yes, I think about these sort of things.
While it was a slightly overcast morning I could still make out most of the landmarks of Manhattan, with the most prominent in this shot being the Empire State Building and Central Park.
Manhattan NY Photo Gallery – My photo gallery of New York on Nomadic Notes.