9. New YorkTimes Square in Manhattan. It's synonymous with New Year's Eve across the United States. Even if you aren't there in person, there's a good chance you've watched the famous ball drop on television. (The ball made its debut in 1907 and has been dropped each year since then, except for two years during World War II).If you don't feel like jamming into Times Square with around 1 million other folks, the marketing company for New York City has other suggestions:Brooklyn: Coney Island will hold a celebration in Steeplechase Plaza, with a fireworks display launched from the Parachute Jump. You can also catch a fireworks celebration at Prospect Park.Bronx: Wrap up the year Italian style with dinner Zero Otto Nove on Arthur Avenue. Or check out Tosca Marquee on East Tremont Avenue.Queens: If you're 21 or older, try your luck at Resorts World Casino, the only casino in the city. Near JFK Airport, it throws a blow-out NYE party.Staten Island: Toast the new year with Albanian flair at EVE Ultra Lounge, where DJs spin American and Albanian songs.
As a follow up I got this email today
I saw you linked to NYCgo (https://guyana.hoop.la/topic/1...spend-new-year-s-eve) and we’ve just published a guide which you might also find interesting so I hope you don’t mind me messaging you about this. Here it is - https://upgradedpoints.com/things-to-do-in-New-York It’s a guide to some of NYC’s best bits plus some valuable travel tips and quick facts condensed into one page.
We published this guide because we think traveling to NYC, much like the other great cities of the World, can be a little bit overwhelming because there is so much to see/do/explore/shop/eat. We wanted to create a one-page guide that can act as a good starting point to the city. If you think it’d be useful for your visitors, perhaps you could add in a link to it alongside NYCgo?
Please let me know your thoughts and if there is anything I can do to help.
Thanks, Andrea PS. Don't want to hear from me again, please let me know.
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