The Places You'll Go From Your Hostel NY

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>My friend is visiting New York for the first time from the West Coast. She’s staying in a New York hostel and she asked me what she should

do. At first, she said, she didn’t want to do the touristy stuff, but now that

she’s here, why wouldn’t she?

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Standing beneath those lights in Times Square is incomparable to anything in the western world (though in Tokyo I’m told they have about three areas like it); Central Park and Strawberry Hill are must-sees; and I’m sure it sent chills up her neck to see the same Statue of Liberty her great grandparents saw when they came to Ellis Island at the turn of last century.

So after we did all that stuff, I took her to some of the lesser known spots: Grimaldi’s underneath the Brooklyn Bridge; Curry Hill on Lexington and 28th; the best espresso in the city at Gimme Coffee! She started to get a good idea of all that New York has to offer. Yesterday we just kind of walked around the East Village, where her hostel NY is, smoking cigarettes, eating, drinking, living the good life.

Tomorrow she wants to go to the Met and the day after we’ll go to the Bronx Zoo. Tonight for dinner we’re going to Chinatown!

I love having visitors, especially when they’re staying at a conveniently located hostel NY.

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The New High Line Park is Open – Visit From Your Hostel NY!

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/>Staying in a hostel NY and aren’t sure what to do on a hot sunny day? Head to the High Line. The High Line Park has become a model to other cities for urban park renewal and district renovation. And now the second part of it is open.

Running from 20th to 30th street, Section 2 is much more intimate than the

previous section. Whereas the first area of the park prohibits straying from the paths, this section features a lawn with bleacher style seating above it, and nearby a thicket of trees.

At 26th St. a view over 10th avenue, takes the place of the former advertisements that ran underneath the train. This

is called “The Viewing Spur.” Farther along, near 28th St. are wildflowers which serve to remind viewers of the original growth on the track before it was converted into a park two years ago.

Last year alone the park had over two million visitors. And if you’re staying in a New York hostel, it’s pretty easy to get to. Just hop on the A,C, or E line and get off anywhere between 28th and 14th St. Walk a couple of blocks over to 10th ave and look up. The benefits of staying in a hostel NY are that everything is nearby.

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