posted on Feb, 6 2007 @ 09:24 AM
There are so many different things to do in NY. You have to try times square. Just walk around and be amazed at the many unique things you'll see.
Walk down 42nd street, and there is almost nothing that you won't see. It borders on hedonism. You definately have to check out the SOHO area. There
are so many different, and various cultures there. One street is Italian, the next is Chinese, and so on. The restaurants and shops are really cool.
Visit the Statue of Liberty. Go to Central Park - you'll be amazed that something like this is surrounded by Manhattan. Broadway? If you're into the
Theater thing - there is absolutley none better. Harlem has some amazing music scenes.
New York, is amazing. As said previously, New Yorkers are a breed of their own. I go to NY several times a week for work, and I love it there.
You're only a little more than an hour away from Philadelphia when you're in NY. Philly is a great place to visit as well, very rich in History, and
culture. I live in Philly and obviously am biased! When you're in Philly, you're about an hour away from Atlantic City in one direction, and Amish
country in another direction. Talk about 2 opposite ends of the spectrum!!!
If you're into the music scene, then you have to check out Chicago. I love Chicago! Fantastic music, fantastic restaurants, great comedy clubs, and
it's right on one of the Great Lakes. Amazing city.
Visit Wyoming, or Colorado if you're into the skiing thing. Go to Aspen if you want to rub elbows with the Rich & Famous, or Jackson Hole if you want
to see REAL cowboys, in a real cowboy town. The Million Dollar Cowboy bar has saddles, rather than bar stools.
Go to San Francisco - yet another great city. If you get bored in San Francisco, then you don't have a pulse. Then rent a car and drive down the
California coast on route 101. You have Mountains on one side of you, and the Pacific Ocean on the other side. The views are absolutely breathtaking,
and you can go to Los Angeles, or continue driving right down to San Diego. You'll need a couple of days.
Want to PARTY? New Orleans is the place for you. There is nothing that you won't find to do in New Orleans. If you can imagine it, you can find it
there. It's like Amsterdam in the US.
If you have any questions, let me know.