New York (page 2)
Broadway & Whitehall St. (Bowling Green). The 7,000 pound bronze bull represents Wall Street optimism.
405 Lexington Ave. Art Deco masterpiece built in the 1930's that has become one of Manhattan's most loved structures with its gargoyles and arched stainless steel pinnacles. Visitors are only allowed in the lobby.
Broadway between 14th St. and 34th St. Home of a number of art galleries, theaters, and performance venues along with a growing gay population.
222 West 23rd St. The highest building in New York City until 1884. Only the main entrance with its memorial plates remains the great past of the hotel. Celebrities and artists the like Mark Twain have stayed at the Chelsea. It has also housed rockers like Bob Dylan, Janis Joplin, Leonard Cohen, Jim Morrison and Patti Smith. It is also famous for being the place where Sid Vicious of the Sex Pistols tragically killed his girlfriend Nancy.
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