What to Do in Belfast, Ireland | 36 Hours | The New York Times

Belfast has been coming into its own in the last few years, developing a vibrant restaurant scene, award-winning architecture and a new cosmopolitanism.

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Free Things To Do In New York City, Part 3 – Great Outdoors and Indoors and TV shows tapings

In our last video David Hill from New York Habitat ( http://www.nyhabitat.com ) described Free things to do in New York in the Museums and Music categories. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sn2ZGdojDEk .

New York Habitat is back with a new video tour dedicated to free things you can do in New York City. We have said this before, and it’s still true, in a furnished apartment you will have a fully equipped kitchen that will allow you to eat in, as opposed to spending a lot of money at restaurants for 3 meals a day. If you haven’t already done so, hop on our website and find a New York Vacation Rental http://www.nyhabitat.com/new-york-apartment/vacation

Take a look at this luxurious studio with a den in the heart of Times Square, in Midtown West (NY-12424) http://www.nyhabitat.com/new-york-apartment/vacation/12424
Or maybe you’d prefer this one bedroom loft accommodation in Gramercy/Flatiron on Park Avenue South in Midtown East (NY-12330) http://www.nyhabitat.com/new-york-apartment/vacation/12330 . The kitchen is fully equipped and ready for your favorite home recipes.
So with food out of the way, that leaves tourist activities. We’ve produced this series of videos in an effort to show you how to enjoy your trip to New York with fun and free activities.

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The Great Outdoors
If you love the great outdoors, you may be surprised to learn that there are plenty of outdoor opportunities here in New York. So where are they?

Central Park:
Well, if you guessed Central Park, you’d be right — especially in the summer. When the weather is nice, you’re sure to find things like free outdoor concerts and theatrical performances.

Bryant Park:
Another one of my favorite parks in New York is Bryant Park. Located at 42nd St and 6th Avenue, Bryant Park has lots of great free things to offer. Like Central Park, you’ll find free concerts, but Bryant Park also offers a free outdoor film festival every summer. And lastly, another big reason why I love Bryant Park is because they offer free outdoor wifi

Free kayaking in Riverside Park:
If you’re looking to get wet, head over to New York City Downtown Boathouse at 72nd Street for some free kayaking. Located in Riverside Park at 72nd St. the Downtown Boathouse is dedicated to providing access to the Hudson River for everyone.

The Bronx Zoo:
If you’d like to venture out of Manhattan, why not pay a visit to the largest metropolitan zoo in the United States.

The New York Botanical Garden:
Just next to the zoo, you’ll find the New York Botanical Garden. It’s a collection of over 50 gardens spread out over 250 acres. It’s free on Wednesdays and from 10 a.m. to noon on Saturdays.

Free Show Tapings:
Being part of the studio audience is a fun and memorable experience. Saturday Night Live, for example, made its debut in 1975 and has remained a staple of American television since. To get tickets, go to the NBC Studios marquee on the 50th St. side of 30 Rockefeller Plaza.

Don’t forget, to check out the other videos showing free things to do in New York:
• Free Views of New York http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uNiT3M14Sg0
• Free Guided tours http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=19zPqmcunY4

One last piece of advice, hop online and search for free things to do in New York. You’ll find tons of great ideas. If you find any that aren’t in our videos, be sure to share them in the comments section below.

And if you’re already in New York and you need a free internet connection, beyond Bryant Park, remember that you can find free internet in most of New York City’s libraries.

While you’re online, be sure to visit New York Habitat’s website. You’ll find thousands of vacation rentals and furnished apartments in New York. A furnished apartment is an exciting and authentic alternative to a hotel room, and is a great home base to explore all of the free indoor and outdoor activities you can find in New York.

In our next article we will discuss free things to do in New York and we will look at Guided Tours http://www.nyhabitat.com/blog/2009/09/14/free-things-new-york-free-guided-tours/

Carpe Diem, What to Do in New York City In One Day

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1. Pizza, Traditional is the thin crust, I wasn’t super fond of. Restraunts are kinda pricey, I would go for the little whole in the wall, 2 slices and a coke for . Or try both! I like the whole in the wall better! 😉

2. Empire State Building, Phenomenal at night! Prices to go up the tower start around .

3. Battery Park- has soooo much history! It’s were all of the immigrants landed. New York city pays excellent tribute to those immigrants as well as memorials for all of the fallen soliders, who have also worked to make this country Great!

4. The Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island can be met from Battery Park and surprisingly, it’s super cheap to visit both. takes you to the statue of liberty AND Ellis Island AND if you book in advance for total, you can reach the crown of the statue of liberty. Unfortunately we didn’t book ahead, so we weren’t able to do that, but that would have been a phenomenal experience. The boat ride there, also allows you to grab some great shots of the city. ( go first thing in the morning, less people traffic) and purchase your tickets online, to avoid lines!!

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What to Do in Berlin, Germany | 36 Hours Travel Videos | The New York Times

Berlin bursts with a creative spirit that is on full display in cutting-edge restaurants, performance spots and art, both on and off the street.

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Produced by: FRITZIE ANDRADE, ANNIKA BUNSE, LOUIE ALFARO, MAX CANTOR, CHRIS CARMICHAEL and AARON WOLFE

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What to Do in Vienna, Austria | 36 Hours | The New York Times

The 150th anniversary of Vienna’s majestic Ringstrasse is only one reason to visit a city where virtually any activity, from strolling through a museum to sipping coffee, leaves one feeling pampered.

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