New York (page 3)
Canal St. & Broadway. It is said to be the largest Chinese community outside Asia. Walk down Canal St. towards the Bowery and smell the food market, its fishes and vegetables.
Broadway and Chambers St. Home of New York City's government. Active Mayor is Michael Bloomberg.
Empire State Building:
350 5th Ave., at 34th St and 5th Ave. New York's original skyline symbol. Visit the observation deck, tickets are $11 adults $6 children.
East Village: Astor Place:
The East Village is the center of the counterculture and liberal arts. On St. Markís Place you can be body pierced or get a tattoo, or buy from cdís to vintage clothing, from cheap sunglasses to fancy alternative designer clothes. There is an active nightlife and many restaurants, pubs and clubs are open late..
Federal Reserve Bank:
33 Liberty Street. One of 12 regional reserve banks that serve as central banks for the USA. It stores tens of billions of dollars worth of gold bars. Free 45 minute tours Mo-Fri,10:30 to 2:30. Call (212) 720-6130 or email@example.com for reservations.
23rd St & Broadway. New York's first skyscraper. Built in 1903 and famous for its triangular design.
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