This New York City travel guide is for visitors unfamiliar with New York City and who want to see the major sites in a short visit of a week or so.
Forget about driving a car or riding a bus in NYC's traffic! NYC traffic jams are legendary. Getting familiar with an unfamiliar subway system can be intimidating. Once you use a good subway system, the rewards are well worth the initial effort. The book includes tips on how to use NYC's subway and navigation guide. The subway lets you obtain lodging in areas that are much more secure and economical. Get off that tour bus and tour the Big Apple your way.
Links, addresses, pics and information on the major attractions are included with tips on the best values for your travel time and dollar.
Major attractions include those in Lower Manhattan, Midtown and much more.
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