filmed on Ellis Island
Copyright Mark Wolters 2016
Tip #1. Walking is a way of life in New York, so don’t stop in the middle of the sidewalk. You will get run over. Step to the side to take your pictures of the Empire State Building or Times Square.
Tip #2. Be Ready! Whether it is to pay the check or pay for a drink or get on the subway be ready to pay as things move quickly in New York and the locals will get annoyed at you for wasting their time.
Tip #3. Have Cash… oddly enough there are still a lot of places in New York (comparatively) that still only take cash. ATMs are everywhere and they charge a lot for withdrawals.
Tip #4. You can enjoy New York without busting your budget. With museums that have suggested prices where you can pay what ever you want, to free nights at museums and free sights you can see New York and still have some money left over, though the hotels are insane expensive no matter what.
Tip #5. Use the toilet before you leave your hotel. New York public toilets are nasty so make sure you use the toilet before you leave the hotel.
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