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If you want to have any chance of seeing the best of New York in just 1 day, you need to get an early start. You also need a plan of attack. You don’t want to waste time zigzagging around the city ...

If you want to have any chance of seeing the best of New York in just 1 day, you need to get an early start. You also need a plan of attack. You don’t want to waste time zigzagging around the city to various attractions.
On this 1 day tour we will concentrate on the best of midtown Manhattan

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  • New York In One Day If you want to have any chance of seeing the best of New York in just 1 day, you need to get an early start. You also need a plan of attack. You don’t want to waste time zigzagging around the city to various attractions. On this 1 day tour we will concentrate on the best of midtown Manhattan Source: Mygola.com
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