andrew young andrewy at
Tue Jun 3 23:43:27 UTC 2008

i really hope everyone takes the time to walk over the brooklyn bridge
into manhattan. its a pretty awesome view and experience. 
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On Sun, 2008-06-01 at 12:57 -0400, Fisher, Shawn wrote:

> (Drifting further off topic). Another suggestion to add is the DUMBO area of brooklyn, down under mahattanville overpass, easy to reach from manhattan, take a nice stroll across the brooklyn bridge and your there, lots of cool restaurants.  Another bit of history, walk to montague street, yes the montague street mr dylan sings about in tangled up in blue. (some controversy over this) best way to walk is on the promenade along the east river, great views of manhattan.  Enjoy
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> On Sun, 01 Jun 2008, Brant I. Stevens wrote:
> > 
> > It's in Harlem.  BOOOOOOO!!!!!
> > 
> So is Columbia University!
> Harlem is in the process of going through a
> renaissance and has been over the past 10 or
> more so things have changed for the better.
> Just avoid going there after certain hours ;)
> As for the prior Brooklyn comment, Park Slope
> also has some great eats but the area/scene
> tends to be sort of artsy. If you want to spend
> some time sightseeing Brooklyn, the Brooklyn
> Public Library (main one) Grand Army Plaza is
> near the Brooklyn Botanic Gardens. Don't forget
> Coney Island which has also changed in the last
> decade. Again, watch those hours, NY is a Jeckyll
> and Hyde city. Nice sometimes, beautiful to visit
> but can be insanely ugly.
> The downtown Brooklyn area has some nice eats
> but I've always preferred the city. In the area
> of downtown Brooklyn, you'll typically find a
> bunch of people in local government and lawyers
> eating as the courts are downtown.
> For those looking for sweets, don't forget the
> ever famous (overhyped) Junior's Cheesecake.
> If you've travelled to Coney Island then one
> cannot forget Nathan's. There are some really
> good pubs in the Red Hook section, but alas
> again, going through certain neighborhoods is
> not for everyone. You can jump on a Water Taxi
> there for kicks though. Makes for nice pictures
> at night.
> Sightseeing: Jump on a boat at night (booze
> cruise) $25.00
> Or just hop on an "On and Off" cruise:
> $20.00

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