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New York travel infographic. After staying in New York for 3 months I decided to compile a list of the best things to do in new york for free or for next to nothing!

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Guggenheim Museum, NYC This museum near Central Park is home to an important collection of modern art. The collection is housed in a unique building designed by the renowned American architect Frank Lloyd Wright.

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This has such a beautiful Steampunk feel to it! --Forgotten since the 1940s, the old city hall subway station entryway. One of the incredible new photos of the old City Hall Subway Station in FiDi. http://tribecacitizen.com/2013/03/14/inside-the-old-city-hall-subway-station/ New York,NY.

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10 places you should visit on your first trip to New York City. It is an amazing and huge city, but this is a good starting point to ensure you experience some of the best attractions and have you planning your next trip!

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Greenhouse Hallway 2 by Curious Expeditions on Flickr. Just off Route 9 in Yonkers, a half-hour drive north of New York City, the Boyce Thompson Institute is an abandoned agricultural institute where the plants have gone wild. The institute was founded by mining magnate Boyce Thompson and opened its doors in 1924 with the goal of studying plants - abandoned in 1978. #urbex #abandoned

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from Sher She Goes

An Insider’s Guide to New York City Museums

NYC has some of the best museums in the world. From art, to sculpture to history to photography, there’s something for everyone. Here’s my ...

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17th Century Bed, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY. Silk damask in dip dyed blue, used for hangings on a late 17th Century English Bed. www.humphriesweaving.co.uk

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The Guggenheim Museum, NY. Constructed in 1959 yet, for me a timeless modernist building. A home to one of my favourite things; ART.

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Carnation, Lily, Lily, Rose - John Singer Sargetn 1856-1925

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from Hand Luggage Only

9 Incredible Secret Spots You Have To Visit In New York City - Hand Luggage Only - Travel, Food & Photography Blog

Secret spots you have to visit in New York City! Nestled onto one side of the McGraw-Hill building in New York, the glass waterfall is situated a mere 4 minute walk from all the action at Time Square. Stand inside the tunnel and let the water fall over you… There’s an overwhelming feeling of being inside this ‘waterfall’… all without getting wet of course! :-)

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