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"Hi, Mercedes, To add on to Marlene's answer, here are a few more places to visit: 1. Top of The Rock for sweeping views (360 degrees) of the city including a view of the Empire State Building. I like visiting just before sunset to see the how the lights light up in every building throughout the city. 2. High Line Park - an elevated public park on a historic freight rail line. 3. Stroll along the artsy buildings, shops, etc. of SoHo - grab a coffee, cocktail, and have a meal in one of the restaurants. /"  See More

"I also recommend to walk Brooklyn Bridge, DUMBO, High Line Park on the Lower Manhattan."  See More

"High Line Park, Washington Square Park, Madison Square Park Conservancy, Brooklyn Bridge, DUMBO, Gramercy Park, Central Park West, The Mall and Literary Walk"  See More

"Once on the Brooklyn side you can take a quick dip into DUMBO which is full of cool little shops, bars, and restaurants."  See More

"Indra has some great suggestions! Here is a good guide to free days at all of the museums :"  See More

"Williamsburg, Cobble Hill, Brooklyn Heights and DUMBO are all great options!"  See More

"DUMBO is a good spot to go shopping and for food."  See More

"If you want more of a "local" experience and plan to explore Brooklyn as well - DUMBO, Brooklyn Heights Promenade, Prospect Park, Coney Island, Williamsburg - then a Brooklyn base might make sense."  See More

"But now I think Brooklyn Heights, DUMBO or Williamsburg are better."  See More

"The commute is not bad if you look at areas such as Bushwick, Williamsburg, Park Slope or DUMBO."  See More

"If you do stay in Brooklyn, be sure to visit DUMBO, Williamsburg (especially Smorgasbord, though it's currently closed for the season), Brooklyn Flea Market, and Brooklyn Bridge Park (which for some reason they want to tag as Brooklyn Bridge)."  See More

"I lived in Brooklyn for seven years before leaving NYC a few years ago. Williamsburg is a good area to start. It has a lot of and vintage. If you get hungry or thirsty plenty of places to grab a bite. Monocle Order Inc Tree House Design Ltd Pink Olive Narcisse NYC Catbird Artists & Fleas You can venture into Park Slope for more unique boutiques and a few second hand stores. You have a smaller selection of great places with one of a kind merchandise. ACheng Bird Brooklyn Superhero Supply Co Guvnor's Vintage Apparel Life Boutique Thrift Carroll Gardens has a great selection of shops too. They are spread along Smith and Court streets. It will be easy to walk about and find them. Papél New York Brooklyn Collective Flirt Brooklyn Rapisarda :"  See More

"If you have already do Williamsburg, you could do DUMBO, Red Hook, Brooklyn Hights."  See More

"Long Island City in queens or DUMBO in bkny"  See More

"Strolling around the area called DUMBO is also interesting."  See More

"Let me suggest what places to visit in LM: Financial District, Little Italy, Chinatown New York, Brooklyn Bridge, DUMBO, High Line Park, Statue of Liberty, Meatpacking District, Greenwich Village, Columbus Circle, etc."  See More

"I would start walking Brooklyn Bridge , DUMBO, Flatiron Bldg,Chelsea Market Baskets, High Line Park, Madison Square Park, Greenwich Village, Chinatown New York, Little Italy, Statue of Liberty, Washington Square Park, Financial District, etc."  See More

"Another outing option would be to take the ferry to DUMBO for the Dumbo Smorgasburg, kind of like Borough Market in London (."  See More

"High Line Park Circle Line boat tour around the entire island--three hours, drinks available and full of history Take the F (subway) to the York Station or the ferry from Wall St to Brooklyn Bridge, walk around the old waterfront warehouse Brooklyn neighborhood of DUMBO and time it so you can walk over the Brooklyn Bridge back into Manhattan at sunset."  See More

"I would start walking Brooklyn Bridge, DUMBO, Chelsea Waterside Park, High Line ParkGreenwich Village, SoHo, Little Italy, Chinatown New York, Washington Square Arch, Financial District, etc."  See More

"During one of my earlier visits to New York City we purchased a New York City Pass for two days, !"  See More

"If you head to DUMBO and Brooklyn Bridge you could try Brooklyn Roasting Company."  See More

"HI Kyla, Congratulations! Just an idea: just 1.5 hours East of NYC is the North Fork of Long Island. There are many beautiful vineyards, B & B's, beaches, places to sail, great restaurants. September is quite crowed because of the harvest but it is a very underrated part of NY! Otherwise less crowed and still in the heart of the Metro area is Prospect Park in Brooklyn--maybe staying in Carroll Gardens or Park Slope could give you the experience of NYC without being right in the center and still close to the park. !"  See More

"If it's in a warmer time of year, cross over the Brooklyn Bridge and spend time in DUMBO neighborhood of Brooklyn."  See More

"Go to the DUMBO area of Brooklyn and take a walk over the Brooklyn Bridge to the lower Manhattan side of it."  See More

"Along with the Brooklyn Heights Promenade as Jaclyn mentioned, spend an afternoon walking around DUMBO."  See More

"From there you can venture out to popular areas like DUMBO Brooklyn Heights Park Slope Greenpoint and Williamsburg"  See More

"If you're in brooklyn, this link shows all activities in DUMBO park: ."  See More

"spend some quality time in brooklyn (Brooklyn Heights, DUMBO, Williamsburg, Fort Greene…"  See More

"DUMBO Brooklyn is very popular for photos."  See More

"Go over to Brooklyn, in DUMBO, right near the Brooklyn Bridge."  See More

"DUMBO(down under the manhattan bridge overpass) is a neighborhood in Brooklyn that is a fantastic place to take photos."  See More

"Check out/walk around DUMBO then take the ferry to Williamsburg."  See More

"Start on the Manhattan side of the bridge and walk the entire bridge over to a great Brooklyn neighborhood called DUMBO."  See More

"DUMBO (Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass) is a fun half day spot."  See More

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