Built in 1913, Grand Central Terminal remains impressive even to New Yorkers, particularly for its massive main hall with ... More
Grand Central Terminal
Built in 1913, Grand Central Terminal remains impressive even to New Yorkers, particularly for its massive main hall with cathedral-like vaulted ceilings. The building itself is beautiful with chic shops and a food court lending an air of urban charm; a not so easy feat for a railway station that is filled with half a million commuters each week. If hungry, head to the bar at Michael Jordan's The Steak House N.Y.C. which overlooks the busy terminal, but if you crave shellfish, dine at the legendary Oyster Bar . Vanderbilt Hall within the station also forms the venue for numerous cultural events. Along with regular routes, the station services outlying suburbs via the Metro-North Commuter Railroad.
the last remaining vestige of the golden era of train travel in new york city. the renovation that was completed a few years back makes this enormous temple of transportation seem brand new. make sure to check out the whispering wall in front of the oyster room and the constellation on the ceiling of the main room. the black square in one corner is there to show you what it looked like before the meticulous cleaning.
Come and experience this unique Fifth Avenue hotel near Grand Central Station, the Courtyard New York Manhattan Fifth Avenue Hotel.
Located near New York City's exciting Fashion District, this hotel is within walking distance of Bryant Park, Rockefeller Center, ...
Right in the heart of Manhattan stands this oasis of rolling pastures and gardens, stretching from Midtown to Harlem. It
was created in 1857 by Frederick Law Olmstead and Calvert Vaux. These days walkers, rollerbladers, bikers, and joggers compete ...
The stellar zoo located within the sprawling Central Park , is one of the most recognized wildlife attractions in the
city. Part of a network of four zoos within the city, Central Park Zoo adheres strictly to sustainable and ...