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NYC is an hour away from me. I go for work and pleasure. I am going to into Manhattan Sept 8 for Fashion's Night Out and the 15th to see Andrea Bocelli in concert in Central Park. Be careful on the 11th. I wouldn't even go that day and everyone I know is staying away that day.
Some things to see:
Toys R Us in Times Square
a Broadway show
Empire State Building
Statue of Liberty
Ellis Island
Times Square and Broadway lit up at night
Little Italy although it's not really Little Italy any more. It's more like one big Chinatown. Just go on Canal St. It's the Little Italy/Chinatown combo. Lots of good restaurants on the street and you can eat outside if you'd like.
See what's going on in Bryant Park. Everything is free and they have some really cool things there. bryantpark.org
Make sure you see Fifth Avenue. Lots of stores known worldwide are there.
Good place for lunch-I love Goodburger. All their addresses are here. http://goodburgerny.com/ They have more than one restaurant. I have to go out now but can make a list of restaurants for you if you'd like.


NYC has such an awesome vibe. I was walking down the street once, and found myself humming out loud and I burst out laughing when I realized it was "New York New York" - you don't even realise that you're feeling it until you do. (Oct 1999)

The thing is though, something in the heart of *that which epitomizes NYC* broke that day on Sept 11th, and while I think the Manhattanites have recovered long way from then, I'm just not sure you'll get the *right energy* kind of vibe that NYC is famous for on the anniversary of that terrible day.

But still! It *IS* the big apple, and I'm sure you will have a great time nonetheless, just don't be drawn into the 'down' energy.

Gosh I hope this makes sense without sounding too *freaky*.

Little Italy although it's not really Little Italy any more. It's more like one big Chinatown. Just go on Canal St. It's the Little Italy/Chinatown combo. Lots of good restaurants on the street and you can eat outside if you'd like.

YOU KNOW IT! WOOT! CAN'T WAIT!

:D

I don't know what "Park Slope" is! Is it a restaurant? Is someone hosting at her home? I do want to be there; will email you...

Park Slope is a lovely neighborhood in Brooklyn, filled with mostly young families.

It's more like one big Chinatown. Just go on Canal St. It's the Little Italy/Chinatown combo.. I burst out laughing when I realized it was "New York New York" - you don't even realise that you're feeling it until you do...

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