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Neighborhoods by Carmen (30 July 2000)
Si viajas a NY, debes visitar Montauk para darte cuenta de que NY no es sólo ruidos, edificios y vida acelerada. En el extremo oriental de Long Island, Montauk es un lugar tranquilo, con un estilo singular, y playas inmensas, que te dejarán un recuer...more
Ceci Cela: ""Authentic" French pastries with a coffee"
Food by Sarah-Jane (28 July 2000)
For a scrumptious, full-fat cake, croissant, brioche, tart, pudding, and sandwiches.... with a delicious creamy cafe au lait or cappuchino, pop into Ceci Cela on Spring, east of Lafayette. There are a few little tables in the back and it's very cozy...more
"The Empire State Building"
Attractions by Skippy (26 July 2000)
It might be the single biggest cliche about New York, but the Empire State Building has endured as probably the most recognisable building in the world, and a trip up to the observation deck on the 86th floor will still take your breath away. There i...more
The Bridge Cafe: "The Bridge Cafe"
Food by Barney (26 July 2000)
I was taken to the Bridge Cafe by friends about a year ago, not long after I first arrived in New York. You'll find it at the bottom of Water Street, cowering in the shadow of the mighty Brooklyn Bridge. The area may appear a bit shady, but don't b...more
Pierrot Brunch: "Pierrot Brunch- UNREAL!!"
Food by matt (26 July 2000)
I make it a point to eat a good brunch every Sunday. This past Sunday I decided to splurge... $15 for lobster and shrimp hash, two poached eggs, and a delicious tomato/pepper sauce. The chunks of lobster and shrimp were VERY present and the whole mea...more
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