Grand Central Terminal

The Urban Cowboy Bed & Breakfast

This is so far from the normal hotels you will ever find in New York!

The Urban Cowboy Bed & Breakfast it´s a charming and peaceful woody oasis in the ultra trendy neighbourhood of Williamsburg, the ”hood” that you can define as a food, drink, and music lover’s paradise.

There are 4 bedrooms in the freestanding townhouse, a cabin in the back yard with a hot tub where you can soak with a cold brew under the night sky. An open parlor floor that boasts operable garage doors on both ends, pot belly stoves, exposed joists and brick, wide plank rough hewn white pine floors…..and a lot more.

www.urbancowboybnb.com

The Urban Cowboy Bed & Breakfast

Nylo Hotel

I love roof top bars and this one has just open up for the summer season.
It is the 16th-floor terrace bar at NYLO Hotel and offers views of the Natural History Museum, Central Park and Hudson River. Yeah :-)

Nylo Hotel

National September 11 Memorial Museum

National September 11 Memorial Museum

The Museum’s 110,000 square feet of exhibition space is located within the archaeological heart of the World Trade Center, beneath the memorial pools, in the footprints of the former towers.
The museum tells the story of 9/11 through multimedia displays, archives, narratives and a collection of monumental and authentic artifacts.

The visitor’s gradual descent — from daylight into darkness — has been carefully choreographed. The journey begins in a glassy pavilion that serves as an entry into the museum space below. The Pavilion is designed by the Norwegian architectural firm Snohetta and has ghostly echoes of a tumbling twin tower.

When the twin towers collapsed, multiple floors of concrete, drywall, carpeting and furniture were compressed into single, meteorlike objects. Two of these fragments, known as composites, were recovered during the excavation and were among the many thousands of artifacts considered for display in the National September 11 Memorial Museum.

Buy tickets online for the date you wish to visit.
Price: $24 adult and Youth $17. On Tuesday evenings from 5pm to 8pm the admission is free but you still need to make an reservation online.
www.911memorial.org

National September 11 Memorial Museum

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