It’s impossible to choose one landmark in New York that stands out above all the rest. There are a ridiculous number of iconic buildings and places across Manhattan that we know so well from films, TV and books. 1,462 more words
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Our second day in New York started out right with breakfast at Ess-a-Bagel. There will be a line if you go to this place, because their food is amazing, although we found out afterwards that if you’re just getting a bagel with cream cheese you can skip the line and go to the bagel counter. 553 more words
BY JENNY MUTCH
Founded by philanthropist and businessman John D Rockefeller Jr, Rockefeller Centre opened in 1933 in the heart New York’s Manhattan Island.
Comprising of nineteen buildings, the scale of the complex marks it out as a feat of architectural brilliance. 465 more words