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New York City in late July (Part I)

Ah, New York. It really is an incredibly special city with a vibe unlike any other in the U.S. Here you can see every layer of American history more-so than anywhere else. So much character and so much flavor.


Upper West Side

This is where I stayed. It was a nice hostel on 95th and West End called "Continental".





I ate dinner here one night. Sadly, the inside looks absolutely nothing like it did on the show...


































Upper East Side



















Midtown













































































hmm...




















For a second there, I thought I was back in Chicago... ;)








Heading Downtown...

















My third favorite New York building:
























Little Italy











Chinatown












See Part II as well.
 

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Great shots. Thanks for posting those.

New York has such an amazing array of buildings of all architectural styles. It really is a feast for the eyes.
 

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"I ate dinner here one night. Sadly, the inside looks absolutely nothing like it did on the show..."

I ate at the seinfeld restaurant as well during my first trip to new york this april. good times...
 

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Wow!

I'm just getting started in photography and these are some unbelievable shots of NY. Very nice job with capturing many different styled buildings. The architecture looks awesome. Nice job!
 

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RiversideGator said:
Great shots. Thanks for posting those.

New York has such an amazing array of buildings of all architectural styles. It really is a feast for the eyes.
Yeah, every layer of American architecture since colonial times. Pretty cool.
 

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Great album, US.

You stayed very close to my stomping grounds, BTW. When were you here? The Seinfeld Diner is about a 3-4 minute walk from my building
This past week for a few days. I must, say, you live in a great neighborhood. I had heard from some locals that rent around those parts is around $5k/month. How true is that?
 

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Nice! NYC looks great as always!

Btw. What´s the name of that church? I think it´s beatiful..
St. Patrick's, I believe. It reminded me a bit of churches in Italy.
 
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