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The Bronx borough in New York City is located on the mainland of the United States, directly north of Manhattan and east of Queens. The Bronx was one of the five boroughs consolidated into a city in 1898. The Bronx borough has a rich history, with landmarks and attractions that reflect its heritage. The borough was named after Jonas Bronck, born in Sweden and later moved to the United States. He owned a large farm in what is now the Bronx. The borough has a rich history that dates to the 1600s. There are also many modern attractions in The…

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Queens New York City architecture

Queens in one of the great boroughs located in New York City. The borough has a rich history and is known for its diversity. It was founded in 1683 and became a city in 1898. Queens is the most ethnically diverse borough in the United States, with more than two hundred languages. Queens is home to many attractions, such as the Queens Zoo and Flushing Meadows Park. There are many reasons to come to Queens, including its vibrant culture and beautiful landscape. The History of Queens Queens is the most populated of New York City’s five boroughs. It has 2.271…

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Chinatown New York City Playing poker at Columbus Park
Madison Square Park Man walking by Water Fountain

There are many big parks in the world, but Madison Square Park in NYC holds a special place for me. Surrounded by historic buildings anyone can walk by having a great cup of coffee and enjoy the view. Madison Square Park in NYC has been one of the most valuable parks for New Yorkers.

Little Italy NYC night sign at street

There was a time that Little Italy NYC covered more than just Mulberry Street. I took a walk after visiting one of our NYC parks.

Buskwick Inlet Park located in New York City right at the East River ‘beach’. Ironically, the park is not located in Bushwick. It is located between Greenpoint and Williamsburg neighborhoods in Brooklyn, NYC. Thanks to our New York City parks for this great work in making the Buskwick Inlet Park a perfect spot to relax in Brooklyn.

Pier 76 New York City

While walking on the Hudson River and 34th Street I found the renovated Pier 76. This was one of the main piers in NYC for transportation and cargo back in the days. Now, Pier 76 in New York City has become a public park. There are many events going on almost during the entire year at this location. Make sure to visit the NYC Parks website above to see the schedule.

Draft beer glass at a bar in NYC

Bebe que la vida es breve! There are many reasons to enjoy a draft beer in New York City. Here are some images for inspiration. There are many breweries in New York City that produce fantastic beers.