New York City Travel Guide

Our New York City Travel Guide! We had a blast exploring the city so good they named it twice, New York, New York….
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No matter how many times I visit New York, I still have so many “wow” moments. From the sights, the sounds, the flavours, and the sensations, New York City offers the first time visitor and the seasoned New York expert something new every single time. What a place….what a place.

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Where we stayed: CAMBRiA Hotel & Suites New York – Chelseahttp://www.booking.com/hotel/us/cambria-amp-suites-new-york-chelsea.en-gb.html?aid=338557

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    1. La Guardia has been under construction for about 20 years now. It is literally the crappiest airport in the entire world. It never gets improved, just torn apart more.

      Also, no such thing as good pizza in New York. The best pizza in the world is in the suburbs of Chicago. Dont waste your time with ginos or unos. Go to House of Pizza. Game over.
      Also pizza without sausage is not pizza, it is cheese bread.

    2. do what seinfeld’ does as a native nyr: eat at a great jewish delicatessen for matzo ball soup n pastrami sandwiches, brisket, etc not mcdonalds! ugggh. esp when u r pressed for time

    3. Thanks for this really nice vid! One day i will go there, for sure:) No vid with Stockholm yet? :))

  2. I watched your Mexico city video. You mentioned kidnapping and cabbies that are not safe to ride. Now I watched your new York city video. No mention of crime or unsafe neighborhoods like you did in Mexico city why? . Shame on you. Why are you making Mexico city unsafe and new york safe? You are biased.

  3. You should’ve seen it when I was growing up there in the 70’s and 80’s. It was the most dangerous city in US history. It was awesome. As kids we used to play in piles of rubble. The danger made it electric. The pimps, hookers, adult theaters, graffiti… just tremendous character that sadly isnt there today. Today its completely a commercialized, gentrified playground. All of its great seediness is gone. I miss the real NYC

  4. New legislation isn’t needed, they are paid a wage. The solution is places that prohibit tipping and increasing their salary, offsetting the cost by their menu cost, not rocket science. Tipping is silly.

  5. People who don’t tip…….cheap. You can afford a trip to NY but can tip a couple of dollars. SMH.

  6. I recently went to New York alone and I loved it! Such a big and diverse place, like no other. I made my first YouTube video talking about my trip if you guys want to watch it 🙂 I took some great shots and put a lot of time into making this video, feel free to check it out on my channel!

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