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“Why couldn't everyone stay young forever? If not on the outside, then just on the inside, where no one ever got too old to be optimistic.”   ― Emma Straub, Modern Lovers

When it opened in the iconic Brooklyn Bridge was the longest suspension bridge in the world. Today, it's a National Historic Landmark, and walking across it is a true NYC experience.

Brooklyn Bridge by Matt Pasant, via Flickr.............Some folks like to get away  Take a holiday from the neighbourhood  Hop a flight to Miami Beach  Or to Hollywood  But I'm taking a Greyhound  On the Hudson River Line  I'm in a New York state of mind ~ Billy Joel

Brooklyn Bridge by Matt Pasant.Some folks like to get away Take a holiday from the neighbourhood Hop a flight to Miami Beach Or to Hollywood But I'm taking a Greyhound On the Hudson River Line I'm in a New York state of mind ~ Billy Joel

Abandoned: City Hall station was unexpectedly closed to the public a mere 41 years after it opened its doors in 1904

The ghost subway station of New York: Exquisite picture show an abandoned terminus that's a miniature Grand Central

City Hall Subway Station in New York City, New York. (photo by John-Paul Palescandolo) The City Hall Subway Station opened in October 1904 and was part of the first line of the New York City Subway.

New York City is one of those places where it’s easy to be overwhelmed, turned around and lost, especially for first-timers. The city is essentially a maze of tall buildings, subway lines and long streets that stretch to eternity. But getting lost in NYC doesn’t have to be an overwhelming or scary experience for first-time visitors. Here are some of my tips for first-timers... (Including ones that will help you save $$$)

7 Tips for First-Timers That Will Help You Explore New York City

New York City is one of those places where it’s easy to be overwhelmed, turned around and lost, especially for first-timers. The city is essentially a maze of tall buildings, subway lines and long streets that stretch to eternity.

<p>New York City has plenty of postcard-worthy views and sights that are practically begging to be Instagrammed. So how do you take travel photos of NYC that will perfectly capture the city's vibrant energy? Here are some tips. </p>

7 Most Beautiful Places to Take Photos in New York City

Exchange Place Waterfront, Jersey City is typically not very crowded, and the views of Lower Manhattan—particularly One World Trade Center—are unparalleled.

New York skyline with Brooklyn Bridge.

Black & White - New York, New York, Brooklyn Bridge - By Henri Silberman

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Manhattan Bridge, New York City photo via jennifer Washington St. in DUMBO

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