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In recent years, Governors Island has turned into a 172-acre verdant haven that is home to a variety of free activities, art and attraction. Iceland Oyster, a picnic-style restaurant near Soissons Landing, which opened last year, will be complemented this year by new dining and leisure facilities.

District Governors Island is open every working days from 1 May to 31 October from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. on the weekend, commemoration days, 4 July and Labor Days, and from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on working days. Staten Island Ferry takes you from the south tip of Manhattan to St. George on Staten Island in just 25 mins.

Soon the opening of Empire Outlets and the extensive refurbishment on the north bank of Staten Island will be another good excuse to take the boat. The " Scyline " exhibit this past resort this past resort season focuses on the evolution of the city's legendary cityscape. There are many ways to chat in this splendid area, which extends from Lower Manhattan to Midtown, but our preferred way to take it all along and take in the view of the Hudson River is by cycling.

As the level of quicksilver increases, the Grand Central Terminal is an ideal place to conceal yourself and take full benefit of free A/C. The city's main shopping mall is located in the heart of the city. Bryant Park's huge sunbathing area is a popular summer destination - the views of the neighboring New York City Library are unbeatable - and the outside film shows, which take place every Monday through to the end of August.

Centralpark becomes really lively in summer: For the first case in many years, the garden is car-free. Randall's is often seen as a springboard to other places, but there is much to see and do on the islands between the Bronx, Manhattan and Queens.

From May 3 to 6, the numerous visitors to the exhibition will be attending the FriezeArtFair. It is open daily from 5 a.m. to noon ( (although the opening times for facilities vary); please note: there are kilometres of bridle tracks through the gardens, a great change from biking and road use.

The Barretto Point in Hunts Point opened in 2006 and with it the SwimmingPoolLady. There is a swimming poolside barrow that has been turned into a seven-lane open space that moors at the grounds every year. The 28 hectare community gardens and culture centre is in Riverdale, in the Bronx, overlooking the Hudson River.

On this new section of Hunter's Point South Parc, which opened in late June, there are cycle paths, adult gym facilities, a play area, outdoor play area, outdoor terrace for picnics, wood seats, a kayaking start and a 30-foot self-supporting deck overlooking Manhattan. This $100 million parking construction also provided 3,400 running metres of new roads, stormwater canals, sanitation canals, water pipes and utility facilities, all of which will be used to provide assistance for the apartments being built in the second stage of the major construction work.

Open 365 nights a year, Socrates is the best place to go to Queens Whitewaterfront Parc. This unlikely exterior recovers part of Astoria's lakeside promenade, which was once overhauled as a garbage dump and illicit garbage dump. Today the garden is a play area for all those interested in modern artwork and sculptures.

In spite of the fact that a large part of the beaches will be shut down this past year, Rockaway is still an ideal place for a nice seaside holiday in the town. Tilden Fort is already a favorite place for summers, but you can be sure to see it in your Instagram Feeds this summer:

The Domino inaugurated in June, a six hectare large landscaped area on the outskirts of the Domino Sugar mega-project. Created by James Corner Field Operations, known for his work on High Line and Cornell Tech, like so many open areas in the city today, it has been constructed for a wide range of uses, while at the same time recreating the site's historic industry.

While this is a completely new garden - with a boccia area, a kennel garden, a toilet area and a play area on the theme of diabetes - there are features that contribute to the site's story, including an raised walkway that uses some of the refinery's old crawler-trolleys. Every year in Brooklyn Bridge with more conveniences than the last, and 2018 will be no different.

This popular pop-up swimming pools is back for its last year - a new perpetual swimming pools is under construction for Squibb Parc - and a huge grass pitch on Pier 3, the last stage of garden design, is due to open sometime this year. For over a hundred years, Coney Island has been a New Yorker target of all colours, and although much has been changing - there is no Dreamland anymore, Steeplechase Park, Thunderbolt (in its initial incarnation) or Shot the Freak - there is still enough to entertain them.

The Luna Parc continues the traditions of theme parkland, but antique features such as the wonder wheel and the cyclone are still popular parts of the adventure. There' a new purpose to come to Coney Island this summer: It may take you more than a whole days to discover Staten Island's Snug Harbor, which on its website features "28 structures, 14 characteristic botanic garden, a two-hectare municipal farmstead, wetland and parkland.

It will be almost three time as big as Centralpark once it is completed sometime in the 2030s. Some parts of the reserve are already open to the general population and on selected dates this coming season the reserve will be open for a number of different events such as a photo session, a guided walking expedition and a bicycle ride.

In recent years, Governors Island has turned into a 172-acre verdant haven that is home to a variety of free activities, art and attraction. Iceland Oyster, a picnic-style restaurant near Soissons Landing, which opened last year, will be complemented this year by new dining and leisure facilities.

District Governors Island is open every working days from 1 May to 31 October from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. on the weekend, commemoration days, 4 July and Labor Days, and from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on working days. Staten Island Ferry takes you from the south tip of Manhattan to St. George on Staten Island in just 25 mins.

Soon the opening of Empire Outlets and the extensive refurbishment on the north bank of Staten Island will be another good excuse to take the boat. The " Scyline " exhibit this past resort this past resort season focuses on the evolution of the city's legendary cityscape. There are many ways to chat in this splendid area, which extends from Lower Manhattan to Midtown, but our preferred way to take it all along and take in the view of the Hudson River is by cycling.

As the level of quicksilver increases, the Grand Central Terminal is an ideal place to conceal yourself and take full benefit of free A/C. The city's main shopping mall is located in the heart of the city. Bryant Park's huge sunbathing area is a popular summer destination - the views of the neighboring New York City Library are unbeatable - and the outside film shows, which take place every Monday through to the end of August.

Centralpark is really coming to life in summer: For the first case in many years, the garden is car-free. Randall's is often seen as a springboard to other places, but there is much to see and do on the islands between the Bronx, Manhattan and Queens.

From May 3 to 6, the numerous visitors to the exhibition will be attending the FriezeArtFair. It is open daily from 5 a.m. to noon ( (although the opening times for facilities vary); please note: there are kilometres of bridle tracks through the gardens, a great change from biking and road use.

The Barretto Point in Hunts Point opened in 2006 and with it the SwimmingPoolLady. There is a swimming poolside barrow that has been turned into a seven-lane open space that moors at the grounds every year. The 28 hectare community gardens and culture centre is in Riverdale, in the Bronx, overlooking the Hudson River.

On this new section of Hunter's Point South Parc, which opened in late June, there are cycle paths, adult gym facilities, a play area, outdoor play area, outdoor terrace for picnics, wood seats, a kayaking start and a 30-foot self-supporting deck overlooking Manhattan. This $100 million parking construction also provided 3,400 running metres of new roads, stormwater canals, sanitation canals, water pipes and utility facilities, all of which will be used to provide assistance for the apartments being built in the second stage of the major construction work.

Open 365 nights a year, Socrates is the best place to go to Queens Whitewaterfront Parc. This unlikely exterior recovers part of Astoria's lakeside promenade, which was once overhauled as a garbage dump and illicit garbage dump. Today the garden is a play area for all those interested in modern artwork and sculptures.

In spite of the fact that a large part of the beaches will be shut down this past year, Rockaway is still an ideal place for a nice seaside holiday in the town. Tilden Fort is already a favorite place for summers, but you can be sure to see it in your Instagram Feeds this summer:

The Domino inaugurated in June, a six hectare large landscaped area on the outskirts of the Domino Sugar mega-project. Created by James Corner Field Operations, known for his work on High Line and Cornell Tech, like so many open areas in the city today, it has been constructed for a wide range of uses, while at the same time recreating the site's historic industry.

While this is a completely new garden - with a boccia area, a kennel garden, a toilet area and a play area on the theme of diabetes - there are features that contribute to the site's story, including an raised walkway that uses some of the refinery's old crawler-trolleys. Every year in Brooklyn Bridge with more conveniences than the last, and 2018 will be no different.

This popular pop-up swimming pools is back for its last year - a new perpetual swimming pools is under construction for Squibb Parc - and a huge grass pitch on Pier 3, the last stage of garden design, is due to open sometime this year. For over a hundred years, Coney Island has been a New Yorker target of all colours, and although much has been changing - there is no Dreamland anymore, Steeplechase park, Thunderbolt (in its initial incarnation) or Shot the Freak - there is still enough to entertain them.

The Luna Parc continues the traditions of theme parkland, but antique features such as the wonder wheel and the cyclone are still popular parts of the adventure. There' a new purpose to come to Coney Island this summer: It may take you more than a whole days to discover Staten Island's Snug Harbor, which on its website features "28 structures, 14 characteristic botanic garden, a two-hectare municipal farmstead, wetland and parkland.

It will be almost three time as big as Centralpark if it' s completed sometime in the 2030s. Some parts of the reserve are already open to the general population and on selected dates this coming season the reserve will be open for a number of different events such as a photo session, a guided walking expedition and a bicycle ride.

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