If you’ve ever been to Manhattan, then you must have an inkling of how bicycle riding is important, convenient and therefore a popular means of shuttling–whether you do it as a means of transportation or for exercise and enjoyment.
“Cycling is good for your health, it’s affordable and most importantly, it allows you to make most of the beautiful, breathtaking Manhattan surroundings,” said Jennifer Li of Bike Rental Central Park.
But before you go cycling in and around New York City, there are specific, very important preparations you’ll need to carry out. Here are five things you’ll need to prepare and know prior to your bike no matter where it is.
1.Find A Reputable Bike Renting Business
Most bicycles you see up and down the busy streets of Manhattan are in fact rented. Renting is way cheaper and much more convenient compared to purchasing, and therefore is the best … Read More
There is no other symbol of freedom and hope that is better suited to those ideas than the Statue of Liberty. Located on the Hudson River in Lower Manhattan, thousands of visitors arrive by boat every day.
“When you take a short cruise around New York Harbor, “ said Blair Nicole of Liberty Cruise NYC, “you not only get to see Lady Liberty up close–but also all of the magnificent Manhattan skyline.”
There are four reasons why everyone should see this iconic landmark up close.
- Visitors of all ages can learn more about the statue and its history thanks to knowledgeable park rangers. Free guided tours of Liberty Island are offered on a daily basis and any visitor to the island can participate. The tour takes approximately 30 minutes and includes the history of the island. By interacting with the park rangers, visitors can get their questions
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If you are a native New Yorker or just visiting the city, then there are some iconic buildings that you will want to see. While each neighborhood tends to have its own unique style of architecture, there are some buildings that stand out for their unique design.
“NYC is full of architectural gems,” said Jennifer Li of TopView, a hop-on, hop-off sightseeing bus company. “Just walking down a street can take your breath away–there’s always some magnificent beauty waiting for you to explore.”
Here are five buildings that you need to see in New York City on a tour of the city’s architecture.
Met Life Tower
Originally constructed in 1909, the Metropolitan Life Building was designed by Napoleon LeBrun & Sons. This building was the tallest building in the world for two years and held the distinction of having the tallest clock face in the … Read More