Columbus Circle, named after Christopher Columbus, is one of Big Apple's most famous landmarks. Built in 1905 and ... More
Columbus Circle, named after Christopher Columbus, is one of Big Apple's most famous landmarks. Built in 1905 and renovated in 2005, this is a traffic circle between Broadway, Central Park and Eighth Avenue. The importance of the landmark lies in the fact that the monument at the center is used to measure distances within New York city. The beautiful fountains, the marble statue and wooden benches surrounding the monument have appeared in a number of Hollywood movies.
The $1.7 billion Time Warner Center, completed in 2003, houses the Time Warner World Headquarters, the Mandarin Oriental luxury hotel,
CNN's broadcast studios, Jazz at Lincoln Center, and high profile restaurants like Masa. The facility is physically imposing and ...
Gray Line New York Sightseeing offers the signature hop on, hop off bus tours throughout New York City. With a
fleet of new double decker buses, visitors can enjoy the All Loops Tour, which includes The Uptown Loop, The ...
This is a must for any visitor to New York City. The official visitors' bureau is innovative with a Video
Wall where you can view photos or hear advice about what to do in New York. The center also ...