After 7 hours of flying time, we arrived at Newark Liberty International Airport in the early morning from Alaska at around 8 a.m. Luckily, we didn’t have to go through immigration to get out of the airport because we came from Anchorage and it was a domestic flight. Since our onward flight to Frankfurt did not continue until 6 p.m., we still had enough time to drive in for a short time to Manhattan. There was a new attraction with …» Read the full blog post
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New York is a state on the Atlantic coast of the USA. Most of the times, one rather thinks about the city of the same name, but it is actually called “New York City”. With an area of more than 140,00 km² and about 20 million inhabitants, New York is the fourth most populous state of the USA after California, Texas and Florida. The capital of New York is Albany, the largest city is New York City and other major cities are Buffalo, Rochester, Yonkers and Syracuse. The most famous sights of the state are, besides New York City and LOng Island, certainly Niagara Falls and the Thousand Islands with Boldt Castle.
First of all – we love to shop in the USA 🙂 Whether in the big malls, in small shops or the great outlet centers – you simply see different clothes and things and that in relation to Europe at often unbeatable prices. For example, it’s not uncommon for you to be able to buy a branded jeans for a price of .15. With a good dollar rate and with additional use of discount coupons, real bargains come up. What …» Read the full blog post
A visit to the Statue of Liberty is an absolute must in New York. With a figure height of 46 meters and a total height of 93 meters, it is one of the highest statues in the world and is considered the most famous landmark of America.» Read the full blog post
A new World Trade Center, known as Ground Zero, was built on the site in 2006, consisting of six skyscrapers, an underground shopping mall and the National September 11 Memorial and Museum.» Read the full blog post
If you’re in New York for the first time, this 18 million metropolis with the Bronx, Queens, Brooklyn, Staten Island and Manhattan can easily overwhelm you. There’s so much to see – but where do you start best? This travelogue shows you a walk through Manhattan that combines the main sights and photo spots.» Read the full blog post