Part II of New York City for Free – The Weekend and Anytime Edition
Before I delve into more free things to see and do, let us take a moment to acknowledge that not everything in New York can be free. That being said, if you are looking for a good place to spend your hard earned dollars, the list is endless so choose wisely.
To tell a tale that hasn’t been told is one of the most challenging aspects of this newcomer travel blog. Token magazines (with their extensive resources & connections) keep finding unexplored, unknown and often more dangerous places to send their brave young journalists. Perhaps (enthusiastically hopeful) that will be me someday, but for now I will happily struggle to interest you with a new version of one of the most written about cities on earth:
New York City!
Brooklyn Bridge at Night – NYC, USA – Karina Noriega
Manhattan skyline from the Staten Island Ferry, NY, USA – Karina Noriega
First day in NYC, USA – Karina Noriega
Hell’s Kitchen, FDNY – Karina Noriega
Soaking up the Rain, NY, USA – Karina Noriega
Central Park Sunsets, Manhattan, NY, USA – Karina Noriega
April and Karina do NYC, USA – Karina Noriega
Times Square in the Rain – Panorama – NYC, USA – Karina Noriega
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