New York (page 4)
Grand Central Terminal:
42nd St.& Park Ave. Majestic railway station. Its main concourses' ceiling has the robin's egg-blue ceiling, covered with a celestial map of the constellations of the zodiac. There are restaurant and shops all over. Train go to upstate New York and New England.
14th St. to Houston St. and from the Hudson River piers to 5th Ave. The Village is ideal for strolling, window-shopping, and café hopping.
Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum:
42nd St & Hudson River. Veteran World War II aircraft carrier made museum. Tickets:$13 adults, $6 children.
Note: Intrepid Museum closes for two-year renovation since October 1, 2006. It will include repainting the Intrepid’s hull and rebuilding of the Hudson River pier.
The Intrepid will be kept in Bayonne, New Jersey for initial repairs to its hull, and then on to the Staten Island homeport for a major overhaul.
The museum is scheduled to reopen in time for Fleet Week in May 2008.
Broadway between 62nd and 66th St. Largest performing arts center in the world. The three principal venues are grouped around the central Fountain Plaza: the New York State Theater, home to the New York City Ballet and the New York City Opera; the Metropolitan Opera House is home to both the Metropolitan Opera and the American Ballet Theater, and the Avery Fisher Hall, host to the New York Philharmonic Orchestra.
Canal St. & Mulberry St. Right next to Chinatown, Little Italy has been limited to a couple of blocks on Mulberry street but it still holds its charm with its fabulous restaurants and the Italian feeling in the air.
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