New York Sights I would Love To Visit

I always love to talk about my travel escapades in my blogs. It is because I would like to also share the beautiful and interesting places I had been too! Thanks to the blogosphere where we can share our travel experiences and images or anything that we would like to impart to our readers and viewers. That is also the reason why I am sharing this post to you.

I had been to the United States of America for two months last 2008. Being the third largest country by land area and population, I believed you cannot just tour it in just two months, also considering your finances. But I am happy to see a lot of Las Vegas and some places in California.

There are still a lot of cities and states that I would love to visit in the U.S. One of it is New York City. For sure, I need to search first a cheap plane ticket and an affordable hostel in New York whenever I will spend a vacation there in the future. With the many travel experiences I had, I am very optimistic that I can find one that fits my holiday budget.

A replica of the Statue of Liberty in New York-New York Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada. I took this image during my vacation in this city last 2008.

Here are some of the New York Sights that I would love to see:

1. The Statue of Liberty

I just found some images of the Statue of Liberty in one of my friends in facebook. I envy her visiting this city. This statue has become an iconic symbol of freedom not only in New York but in the whole of United States as well. It is said to be a gift of French people to the U.S.. It has a colossal neoclassical architecture designed by Frederic Bartholdi in 1886. It is also included in the list of the UNESCO World Heritage Site.

There are a lot of replicas of Statue of Liberty that are found around the world. The one I saw are in Paris, France and Las Vegas, Nevada.

2. The Empire State Building

The American Society of Civil Engineers named this building as one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World. It is one of the famous landmark of New York City with a 102-story skycraper and a height of 381 meters or 1,250 feet. The Empire State Building is said to be the third tallest skyscraper in the United States after the Willis Tower and Trump International Hotel and Tower, both are located in Chicago.

3. The New York Times Square

It is formerly called Longacre Square. It is a major commercial district in Manhattan, New York City. Having the nicknames, “The Crossroads of the World” and “The Great White Way,” it has become an iconic world landmark and considered to be the major tourist attraction of New York City and the United States.

I am quite sure that I will visit this city in the future. In God’s will! How about you? Don’t forget to browse for cheap New York hotels to spend your future wonderful vacation in this amazing city. I might see you there!

 
 

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