03- 08

Attitude - - Places -

TOP OF THE ROCK

Pre­tend you're 30 Rock's Liz Lemon en­ter­ing 30 Rock­e­feller Plaza, home to NBC Studios. The build­ing has tick­eted view­ing plat­forms, in­clud­ing the 70th- floor's 360- de­gree out­door view­ing deck.

topofthe­rock­nyc.com

EM­PIRE STATE BUILD­ING

King Kong's favourite hang­out in NYC is a real treat for lovers of Art Deco as the lobby is rid­dled with de­tails and mu­rals in the popular 20th- cen­tury style. Ex­pe­ri­ence

360- de­gree views from the ob­ser­va­tion decks on the 86th and 102nd floors.

es­b­nyc.com

STATEN IS­LAND FERRY

Trav­el­ling be­tween Man­hat­tan and Staten Is­land gives pas­sen­gers fan­tas­tic views of Lower Man­hat­tan, the down­town sky­line and Lady Lib­erty. And, best of all, it's free to ride!

si­ferry.com

BROOK­LYN BRIDGE

The Brook­lyn Bridge is a magnificent piece of ar­chi­tec­ture. For a view of the Em­pire State Build­ing per­fectly framed by the Brook­lyn Bridge, walk over to Washington and Water Street in Brook­lyn.

SA­LON DE NING AT THE PENIN­SULA

The city has plenty of rooftop bars, but we are par­tic­u­larly taken by the Penin­sula

New York ho­tel's classy, Shang­hai- in­spired, 23rd- floor rooftop bar Sa­lon de Ning. There's some­thing a bit spe­cial about sit­ting among the sky­scrapers, and the sig­na­ture cock­tails cer­tainly don't de­tract from the ex­pe­ri­ence.

penin­sula. com

HELINY TOURS

To get a bird's eye view of the city, jump aboard one of HeliNY's he­li­copter tours. Ad­di­tion­ally, their air­port ser­vice pro­vides the speed­i­est means for trav­el­ling be­tween the air­ports and the metropoli­tan area.

heliny. com

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