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New York : les quartiers

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“Place where the New Yorkers receive the New Year. You have to go and feel the energy.”
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“Union Square is popular for tourists and locals alike. Lots of clothing stores, cool bars and restaurants. It’s also home to a world famous Farmers Market and The Strand book store. We love Union Square!”
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“It’s hard to believe the ultra-trendy area of Soho (which stands for South of Houston Street) was once a manufacturing district dismissed as ‘Hell’s Hundred Acres’. Today, the neighborhood is home to a booming art scene, top restaurants, and plenty of ‘grammable attractions.”
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“I am not even sure what to say about Williamsburg, but it is a short train ride away. It's a great part of Brooklyn a must see when you are in town!”
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“The streets of New York City’s Chinatown are teeming with bakeries, restaurants, boutiques, snack shops, herbal pharmacies, temples, and bars and nightclubs, which retain Shanghai flair, making visitors feel as if they have just stepped foot in a foreign land across the globe. For history enthusiasts, the gorgeous galleries, informative museums, and landmarks within the community capture the Chinese-American experience and tell the story of the immigrants’ history, growth, and successes within our nation.”
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“Dumbo, an acronym for Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass, is one of the most-visited spots in Brooklyn. Just a couple of decades removed from an industrial past in which few people lived there and there was little reason to visit, it’s now a hotbed of dining, recreation and shopping with great views of the Lower Manhattan skyline.”
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“Love this neighborhood! The home of some of your favorite movies and TV shows.”
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“The East Village is full of life. Historically, it’s been a haven for those who were a bit left-of-center, who marched to the beat of their own drum. Now, like most other neighborhoods around it, it’s been gentrified, but it still holds onto some of its gritty feel.”
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“Oh, the West Village. It feels like an escape even within Manhattan with its picture-perfect townhouses, tree-lined streets, and quaint shops and cafés. It’s perhaps the most desirable neighborhood in NYC, and once you spend a day here, you’ll see why. You’ll eat well, shop well, and feel a world away from the madness of Times Square or the Empire State Building, and you’ll probably never want to leave.”
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“The Lower East Side of Manhattan is full of history and culture, so suffice it to say it’s one of the most interesting parts of NYC for a weekend of wandering. Historically a Jewish neighborhood, it was known as a center for anarchism and radical politics throughout the 20th century, and has now been fully gentrified and packed with hipster-baiting cafes, galleries, and shops on every corner.”
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“If you’re into the classic Brooklyn brownstone scenery, Park Slope is a perfect place for you to visit. You may just wander around the streets and take a walk in the Prospect Park after your trip in the Slope. Depending on where in Park Slope you want to go, it takes about 15-25 mins by train!”
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“Everything in this neighborhood is authentic New York. There's great food. Everything is convenient from laundry to dining to transportation. So much to do.”
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“You can wander the streets of Fort Greene and see all the amazing iconic Brownstones of Brooklyn!”
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“Great for walking through the Brooklyn Bridge, great vintage shops, and a fantastic view of the Brooklyn Bridge”
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“Gramercy Park is the name of both a small, fenced-in private park and the surrounding neighborhood that is referred to also as Gramercy, in the New York City borough of Manhattan in New York, United States. The approximately 2-acre park, located in the Gramercy Park Historic District, is one of two private parks in New York City – the other is Sunnyside Gardens Park in Queens – as well as one of only three in the state; only people residing around the park who pay an annual fee have a key, and the public is not generally allowed in – although the sidewalks of the streets around the park are a popular jogging, strolling, and dog-walking route. The neighborhood is mostly located within Manhattan Community District 6, with a small portion in Community District 5. It is generally perceived to be a quiet and safe area. The neighborhood, associated historic district, and park have generally received positive reviews. Calling it "a Victorian gentleman who has refused to die", Charlotte Devree in The New York Times said that "There is nothing else quite like Gramercy Park in the country.”
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“Great neighborhood with pockets of cultures. Check out the Greek area in Ditmars and the Middle Eastern section on Steinway. ”
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