|Follow me to New-York City.
I have tested all the propositions of activities that you will see in the list. Share with friends and families. There are so many things to discover here and there and everywhere.
You may already know New-York. Believe me, there is always more to discover than the well known landmarks. Consider this list as a menu, pick and choose one or more activity, and enjoy!
|Did you arrive by sea to New-York yet? Try it!
Park your car in NJ. Take a ferry from Cronners Highlands Terminal to East 34th-35th St. You navigate pass Staten island, Ellis Island, Grovesnor Island… No traffic jam, tolls, parking nightmare. Use your return ticket on Sunday afternoon. You might see dolphins.
Book a guided tour of the Holographic Studios Inc., the world’s oldest holography gallery, for an in-depth visit of the collection and a very special opportunity to observe how holograms are made.
The Maths Museum in Madison Gardens is great. Hands on activities for children. Maths made visible.
Don’t hesitate to visit Queens’ Bayside cemetery.
In Long Island City: The Nogushi Museum ( www.noguchi.org): great views of Manhattan, amazing building, fabulous artist.
Tip: Download and watch ‘You are on Indian Land’, documentary 1969
Take the metro to Jamaica Bay for a hike in Jamaica Bay Widlife Refuge. It is beautiful. The contrast of wilderness with the craziness of the Big Apple.
When in Broad Channel , walk around, explore the other-ness of this NYC borough.
There are very interesting tours organized by rangers on Hidden Valley Trail. You can also take time to go bird watching. Bring your binoculars and sketch books.
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Constance Chabrières Puech is a scultor (Constance Chabrieres www.chabrieres.net). She settled with her family in Bethesda, MD, in 2010. Cosntance spends most weekends discovering what makes America so attractive. She enjoys sharing time and activities, being together with her loved ones and friends.