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NYC - 1 day visit

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I will be on the East Coast in November and have been able to carve out a Friday in NYC. I have been to NYC several times, but this time I am on my own schedule! I'm thinking of going to The Cloisters and The Frick and then possibly taking the tram to Roosevelt Island. I will follow up in the evening with a show, possibly. As I have not been to either of these venues, I was wondering if I am over scheduling - of course, I am, but is it "doable" ?

Also, is there something I've mentioned you think I should skip? Is there something I should stop and see along the way, when I'm at those attractions, "since I'm there anyway"?

Thanks for your advice/input!

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