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“ It’s ironic in a city with some of the most expensive hotels and restaurants in the world, but many of New York City’s best attractions are free. Among them:
Times Square: A vibrant public space like no other, even better in person than it looks on TV. Plenty of things here to buy, of course, but the lights, sights and people-watching are free, 24 hours a day.
Central Park: Central Park is the city’s communal backyard, a green space where New Yorkers and tourists skate, bike, jog, picnic, walk a dog or climb a rock. Stroll the winding, leafy paths and consider … Full Story