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Top 10 Things To Do In New York

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Top 10 Things To Do In New York

New York State is pretty special, with so much diversity, gorgeous landscapes, and amazing hikes that are so much fun to explore. There’s a whole heap of the best things to do in New York State but it’s sometimes so easy to forget when you’ve got the bright lights of New York City.

So, come on let’s explore together the best things to do in NYC.

Taughannock Falls

Taughannock Falls

Taughannock Falls

Just off Cayuga Lake, Taughannock Falls and the state park is one stunning spot to see in New York State. There’s a whole heap of amazing gorges and rim trails that you can follow, though be aware that they can close during inclement weather.

Thousand Islands

Thousand Islands

Thousand Islands

This 50-mile long stretch along the St. Lawrence River is literally filled with thousands of small islands. It’s quite a unique and beautiful sight and the best way to experience it is by hopping onto the water itself.

Freedom Tower

Freedom Tower

Freedom Tower

Capture the New York skyline like never before from the recently inaugurated One World Observatory at One World Trade Center, also known as Freedom Tower, the fourth tallest skyscraper in the world. Be prepared for long queues but the views from top will make up for it all. Get that perfect family picture or a selfie with the Empire State and Chrysler Buildings in the backdrop.

Statue of Liberty

Statue of Liberty

Statue of Liberty

Your trip would be incomplete without a visit to the Statue of Liberty, one of the top most New York attractions. You can take a ferry to Ellis Island and marvel at the Statue from a distance or climb up. However, make sure you book at least a month in advance if you wish to do the latter.

Times Square

Times Square

Times Square

Whether it’s the gigantic billboards, the splendid play of lights, Broadway theaters or the many dining and shopping venues open till wee hours, there’s something about Times Square that’ll make you come back to it again and again. Located at the intersection of Broadway and Seventh Avenue, it is truly the heart and soul of New York, the liveliest place to be.

Central Park

Central Park

Central Park

There’s nothing like a morning spent cycling at the massive Central Park. Rent a bike and get set to explore its green meadows, picture-perfect bridges, ice-skating rink, baseball and tennis courts and the Zoo, one of the most popular New York attractions. You can take a guided tour on a horse carriage or a pedicab or opt for a walking tour around the oh-so-lovely Central Park.

Niagara Falls

Niagara Falls

Niagara Falls

Possibly, one of the most famous waterfalls in all of North America, Niagara Falls is one spot that you definitely have to see when in the area. Yes, there will be lots of visitors, yep you might see some touristy-style attractions but beyond all of this is are the falls (which really are amazing).

Brooklyn Bridge

Brooklyn Bridge

Brooklyn Bridge

If you want to live it up like the locals, this is a must on your itinerary. There’s a dedicated walkway for pedestrians and bikers so you can leisurely stroll and sightsee at the same time. The 1.3 mile walk offers many exciting photo opportunities including that of the New York skyline, the Statue of Liberty, the East River and the prominent Manhattan Bridge.

Washington Square Park

Washington Square Park

Washington Square Park

One of the most popular New York public parks, Washington Square Park is located in the heart of Greenwich Village, Manhattan and is the perfect place for a picnic. While you’re here, watch a cultural performance, spend a relaxed evening by the fountain or make the most of the photo opportunities the Washington Arch offers.

New York Subway

New York Subway

NYC Subway

The New York subway is not just an easy way to get around the city but also one of the most priced possessions of New York. The first underground line opened up in 1904 and today, the train network connects every nook and corner of New York. Good idea to grab a map from one of the Subway stations before you hop on to a train.

That’s it for the top 10 things to do once you visit the NYC.

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10 Amazing Facts About Indonesia

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Indonesia is situated in Southeast Asia lying between the Pacific and Indian seas. The archipelago is split between 34 territories with Jakarta being the capital city. It is a sovereign state and has a chosen lawmaking body. Indonesia has one of the one of a kind societies on the planet. With various nations affecting during its pioneer period, Indonesia has quite possibly of the most different culture on the planet. It has an immense assortment of normal assets like tin, gold and oil. This tremendous archipelago has the absolute most charming realities coming up for you.

So here are 10 Amazing Facts About Indonesia!

Most extreme Number Of Volcanoes

Most extreme Number Of Volcanoes-Most extreme Number Of Volcanoes

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Arranged on top of where two mammoth structural plates meet, Indonesia is a hotbed of seismic and structural action, leading to one of Indonesia’s most characterizing land include; volcanoes. Indonesia is home to around 400 seething volcanoes, of which 127 are dynamic at the present time.

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Sandwiched by Poland, Ukraine, Latvia, Lithuania and Russia – Belarus possesses a genuinely neglected corner of Eastern Europe.

In any case, with delightful primitive backwoods to be found, tasty potato hotcakes to be eaten and colossal buffalo to be detected, it’s time it got a ping on your movement radar.

So here are 10 + Surprising Facts About Belarus!

 Around 40% of Belarus is covered by timberland.

 

Surprising Facts About Belarus- Around 40% of Belarus is covered by timberland.

Surprising Facts About Belarus-Around 40% of Belarus is covered by timberland.

In some cases alluded to as the ‘Lungs of Europe’, Belarus is home to one of the last and biggest leftover pieces of the gigantic primitive woods that once covered the European Plain – the Białowieża Forest. You’ll likewise track down a few shocking public parks to investigate here, great for devoted walkers and fanatics of the natural air. Gracious, and the green stripe on the Belarusian banner really addresses its backwoods.

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