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Alicia Keys is right:“There’s nothing you can’t do, now you’re in New York”. This is the city where world leaders hash out global problems, immigrants came for a slice of the American Dream, and a musical featuring grownups dressed like cats was performed over 7000 times. New York is magical.
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New York is so ripper, it doesn’t settle for just one major airport. It’s actually got two…three if you count Newark Liberty International (EWR), which is technically in New Jersey. Flights to New York City also arrive at John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) and LaGuardia (LGA).
In New York, three modes of travel reign supreme. Fill up on your people-watching as you wait for your subway train. When you get close to your destination, flag down one of the iconic yellow taxis that fill the road. Finally, act like a true New Yorker and walk.
If you need something to do in the morning until your hotel room opens up, take a jog (or power walk) in famous Central Park. Now that you’ve worked up a calorie deficit, grab a humongous slice of New York pizza at any corner shop. You’ll be naughty food heaven (New York City hotels make the perfect refuge for a food coma—you know, just in case).
When the sun sets, New York is just waking up. The flashing lights of Times Square are so bright, you won’t see any stars in the sky, but you might see a few killing it on a Broadway stage. Tickets to the hottest shows aren’t cheap, so save by booking yourNew York City flights with lastminute.co.nz.
You’ve got to pay your respects to the lady of the city (she’s the big gal holding a torch—you can’t miss her). Yeah, you’ll be playing tourist when you visit the Statue of Liberty, but seeing her up close is worth it.
Okay, now you can live like a local. You’ll immediately make a couple million friends by taking in a game at Yankee Stadium. Just don’t give yourself away by asking where the sticky wicket is.
Need some taxi fare? You can save up plenty of pocket change by using lastminute.co.nz to enjoy great deals on New York City packages. Alicia Keys says the big lights will inspire you, so go get inspired by New York City!