NEW YORK CITY
Arrive into New York City via one of the three major airports
Head to your hotel via private car service, check in, and get ready for a fun week.
5:00 pm – Venture out to dinner in your area and get a good night sleep
LOWER MANHATTAN/BATTERY PARK Day 2
9:00 am - - 9 hours
Freedom Comprehensive Tour- The FREEDOM Comprehensive Tour includes- Ground Zero 911 Memorial & Statue of Liberty for, then Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, then back to 911 Memorial.
7:00 pm – Dinner in Little Italy then head back to hotel for a good night’s sleep
See the Sights! Day 3
9:00 am - - 7 hours
Plan on spending the day exploring via the All Around Town 48 Hour double Decker Bus tour
5:00pm Dinner in the Theater district then head to see Disney’s Aladdin at 8pm
Coney Island Fun Day 4
9:00 am - - 8 hours
Coney Island, spend the day at the beach/rides/fun
Central Park and Museums Day 5
10:00 am – All Day
Zoo in Central Park
12:00 pm -
Lunch in Central Park
There are several places in Central park to eat. Tavern on the Green(NYC tradition), The Loeb Boathouse(lakeview), Le Pain Quotidien(Cafe),
1:00 pm - 2 hours
American Museum Of Natural History
4:30 pm - - 2 hours
7:00 pm - Eastern Time
Dinner in the area or back closer to hotel
More Exploring Day 6
9:00 am - - 7 hours
Plan on spending a second day exploring via the All Around Town 48 Hour double Decker Bus tour
5:00pm Dinner in the Theater district then head to see Disney’s Lion King at 8pm
TIME TO HEAD HOME! Day 7
11:00 am -
After a quick coffee/breakfast near hotel, Check out of and take car to airport
INFORMATION ABOUT NEW YORK
New York City may be small in size, but it’s huge in numbers, energy and attitude. It’s the most densely populated city in North America with 8 million citizens on just 830 square kilometers of land. It has always been a city of immigrants, and, even today, about one-third of its citizens are foreign-born. Roughly 138 languages are spoken here, and vibrant new ethnic enclaves pop up all over the city, offering visitors a vast array of interesting cultural and culinary experiences.
While the city pulses with the blood of its newest residents, old New York is still alive and well. Opera still bursts from the venerable stage of the Lincoln Center. Wall Street, the hive of capitalism, still bustles with the excitement and tension of the stock market. And the stately apartments of New York’s wealthy still frame majestic Central Park.
New York has become one of America’s safest cities, and the best way to see it is to walk. Numbered streets in Manhattan make navigation easy and run from east to west, while avenues intersect from north to south (uptown and downtown). New Yorkers are friendly and talkative, and nearly every night of the week the city’s bars and clubs are crowded with revelers. There are several universities in New York, which contribute to keeping the city fresh and young.