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Hudson River Park

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"Now walk to the Hudson River Park: you can decide to walk through the rest of the day or to rent a bike to reach the next destinations. Biking on the Hudson River Park is nice and quite safe, because there’s a long bike pathway. You can enjoy the view over New Jersey and, if you look south, you’ll see Lady Liberty in all her beauty. "

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New York is a wonderful pace to be a kid and has a lot to offer to children of all ages; amazing playgrounds, libraries, museums, theatres, beautiful community gardens, merry-go-rounds, cruises, parks, toy stores. There are endless possibilities! Some of the places included in this guide are old favorites. Some are hidden gems out of the beaten path. Ready to explore some of the wonders that await you and your children in NYC? This “3 days in NYC with your kids” guide will help you plan a stress-free family trip. It includes: • recommendations of the nearest places to grab a coffee, snack or meal; • all the best activities in each area so you can plan your day quickly; all of them are walking distance or short distance using public transportation; • some of the coolest stores for kids; • the most interesting museums in the neighborhood; • hidden gems and activities to visit the city like a local parent! This guide covers: Manhattan (Upper West Side, Central Park, Midtown, Greenwich Village, Soho, Meatpacking, Chelsea and Governors Island); Brooklyn ( a small part of Brooklyn close to the Brooklyn Bridge). You can pick and choose from this itinerary. It's just suggestion, to enjoy the city without feeling at the same time too overwhelmed. Everyday ends with an activity to chill out and enjoy your holiday together with your family. Don't forget to use the attached map * Maybe you’re wondering about where to stay in NYC: I would suggest to find an hotel in Manhattan. • The west side is charming. In the Village/Soho/Chelsea/Meatpacking you’ll find plenty of options, maybe not the cheapest ones. If you choose to stay a little bit more uptown, you’ll be able to find better deals and enjoy Central Park. • Midtown is sometimes more practical and convenient, but sometimes too crowded. In any case, I would suggest you not to go “too uptown”, to be able to visit Brooklyn without being too far away.
Groups • Family • Kids • Travel • City • Exploration • Museums • Parks • Restaurants • Shopping • Books • Water Activities • Animals • Views • Ferry • Biking