Travel Information about USA and NEW York(City)

(GMT)15 NOV 2017 NEM2SI:  ROCKEFELLER CENTER OR EMPIRE STATE BUILDING?
The big question everybody seems to be asking. I must say I hesitated for a long time but in the end I’m very happy to have chosen Rockefeller center. On one side of the building, you can see Central Park (which is the only way to realize how huge it really is!) and on the other side you have an amazing view on the Empire State Building. If you visit Empire State Building, you can obviously see Rockefeller center, but you won’t see Central Park that well because there’s a lot of buildings blocking the view. The price for both visits is almost the same.
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New York - How to spend 4.5 days in the Big Apple

What to see, where to sleep and eat and how to get around. This guide offers all the information you'll need for a short trip to New York!

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