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New York Street Parking Tutorial

New York City’s parking regulations are available online. All you have to do is enter your destination street and its cross streets and you can that street’s parking rules. This post explains how to use that page.

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Best Parking New York Tutorial

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This image shows train tracks overgorwn with vegetation in New York's High Line Park. The tracks were removed during the park's construction phase and later added as decoration. The overgrown look is meant to simulate the days when the High Line was practically abandoned, after closing in 1980. The park opened in 2009.

Getting To The High Line

Getting to the High Line is easy. A variety of subway and bus options will get you there. Which entrance should you use? That depends on where you are and what you plan to do.

The High Line, the park built on a railway that is one of New York City's newest attractions, is especially popular during warm weather. This image shows people enjoying a shallow pool of water to cool their feet.

High Line New York

The High Line is a new park recycled from an old railway. Walk along its paths 3 stories above Manhattan and experience the old and the new New York at the same time.

A salumeria on Arthur Ave., in the Bronx's Little Italy neighborhood. A salumeria is a type of deli that specializes in dried meats and cured meats. These meats are often hung from the ceiling, as shown in this image. This shop also doubles as a butcher shop.

Little Italy in the Big Bronx

Arthur Avenue in the Bronx is the Little Italy experience many come to New York wanting to see. This old New York neighborhood has retained its Italian identity for over 100 years. Whether you want to see the shops or just have some Italian food, head up to the Bronx.

Staten Island Ferry

The Staten Island Ferry is a great complement or alternative to the Statue of Liberty ferry. It’s free to ride and gives you exceptional views of New York Harbor, Staten Island, and the Verrazano Bridge. Ellis Island is visible from a distance.

the stained glass "rose window" by Henri Matisse

Matisse & Chagall: Stained Glass Art

The Union Church of Pocantico Hills in Tarrytown, New York is home to nine stained glass works of art by Marc Chagall as well as one by Henri Matisse, which turned out to be his last work of art. The church is less than an hour from New York’s Grand Central Terminal.