New York Itinerary with Teens

Old Feb 20th, 2007, 04:14 PM
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Thanks for the tip on needing to go to Grand Central Station. I will add that to my Day 3!

What is the Nintendo World? They would be all over that! I can set a limit on the time we'll spend there, or there will go the day!

I think I've decided on dinner at Roberto Passon. To make reservations, you go to 30 days in advance? I have made and changed my mind atleast three times on where to have that last night's dinner! There are so many good choices!
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Old Feb 20th, 2007, 04:43 PM
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Just because it is a fun website:

And if spring break is in April, and you'll be in Philadelphia overnight, you might want to check out a nightime historical tour that is fun.

Have a great trip.
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Old Feb 20th, 2007, 07:45 PM
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A store with all things Nintendo. 48th between 5th and 6th--the heart of Rockefeller Center
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Also regarding reservations for dinner. You should make reservations via phone at both places and you can always cancel one. Walk past them and see which you like best. You can always cancel one, no big deal.
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You can easily cancel reservations on open table, so don't feel locked into to anything. Also, don't limit yourself to open table. There are a lot of other great restaurants that aren't on there!
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Try the Tenement Museum. It's a great exhibit and geared to kids. It's in the LES.Consider Katz's for lunch.

We took the boat across from South Seaport to Brooklyn and had pizza at Grimaldi's. We then walked back to Manhattan across the BB. It's a great walk. Once you are halfway you might as well walk the other half to Manhattan.

Since you will be at the met, I suggest a walk down Fifth to the 72nd Street Traverse. You can walk across the park, see the small boats pond, visit Bethesda Fountain and hit the Imagine Mosaic just before you exit on Central Park West. There are usually all sorts of folks around the mosaic and someone is usually strumming Beatles songs on a guitar.
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