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Brooklyn Bridge
New York, NY 10038

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"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

"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

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

"Brooklyn Bridge and Brooklyn Heights Promenade."  See More

"First you have to see the Brooklyn Bridge."  See More

"For awesome views of the city and in Brooklyn, head over to Brooklyn Bridge park."  See More

"If you're willing to venture outside (dress warmly), I'd highly recommend going to Brooklyn Bridge park with a camera for amazing views of the city."  See More

"My favorite is walking across Brooklyn Bridge"  See More

"Or you can walk across the Brooklyn Bridge and get cool architectural shots and city views."  See More

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

"I mean, after you take the Brooklyn Bridge and the view of manhattan from there, the Flatiron District building, the Chrysler Building Empire State Building etc, the steam coming out the subway etc and all the other "new york landmarks", it comes down to what you like."  See More

"You can start by walking from Manhattan into Brooklyn over the Brooklyn Bridge and take tons of photos of the skyline and the bridge along the way."  See More

"some weekends are for hanging about~ checking out the High Line Park, go to Central Park, MOMA, crossing the Brooklyn Bridge but that's what tourists do too and honestly, I cant remb the last time I made it to the MOMA or CP."  See More

"Take the subway to Brooklyn and go to Smorgasburg, a huge food fair, every weekend and then walk back across the Brooklyn Bridge toward New York, great views."  See More

"If you decide to walk the Brooklyn Bridge do it on a Sunday because there is an amazing weekly food festival waiting for you on the other side."  See More

"Start on the Brooklyn side of the Brooklyn Bridge and walk across to lower Manhattan."  See More

"Walking over the Brooklyn Bridge is amazing for any age."  See More

"When you are done with Dumbo, walk over the Brooklyn Bridge!"  See More

"Brooklyn Bridge and visit The Cloisters!"  See More

"You two should rent bikes and ride across the Brooklyn Bridge--it's awesome!"  See More

"A good way to see the Statue of Liberty and get a couple of other sites in is to start a day at the World Trade Center Memorial, walk down Wall Street and then walk across the Brooklyn Bridge."  See More

"Brooklyn Bridge to experience an interesting view of the New York skyline and harbor."  See More

"You can visit lot of places for free, like Brooklyn Bridge, Central Park and just walk around many Avenues and streets."  See More

"com/nyc-field-notes/ For a 2 day visit, I would: - walk the Brooklyn Bridge to Manhattan - stroll around Central Park and visit the The Metropolitan Museum of Art - visit Union Square Park in the late afternoon / early evening to people watch, then head to Union Square Cafe for dinner (or lunch at the bar if I can't get a reservation) - visit the lions (just statues, but sometimes dressed in scarves, top hats or Yankees caps) outside the main branch of the New York Public Library and check out the free exhibit inside (always changing, almost always wonderful), plus gaze at the ceiling in the reading room - wander one or two neighbourhoods, such as the East Village or the Meatpacking District - check if Smorgasburg is running in Williamsburg, New York, NY on the Brooklyn side for a fantastic food cart feast - if it was my first time in NYC, I'd stop in Times Square for a 5 minute "yikes, this is packed!"  See More

"Cross Brooklyn Bridge, stroll around Central Park, walk along the High Line Park."  See More

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