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Manhattan is the superlative. The skyscrapers, glamor, and wealth of narrow island purchased in the 1600 by Peter Minuet is what most people picture when they think about “New York City.” Sure, it has more people per square mile than anywhere else in the country, but you can also lose yourself in the wilderness of Inwood Park. I particularly adore the Lower East Side Troll Museum, Eisenberg’s Sandwich Shop, the Masonic Hall, Tender Buttons, the St. Francis Cabrini Shrine, and El Malecon.

How do you pass the time in Manhattan?

Written by Suzanne Reisman

October 27th, 2007 at 2:10 am

Posted in Manhattan