Dror's New-York


South Manhattan:

Not the most interesting part but:
Wall street
Little Italy
Jewish neighborhood
Bridges and Brooklyn
Ferry for Staten Island

The last remaining decent CD store (for how long?):
J&R, 23 Park Row (accross the street from City Hall Park)



The best parts:
Geenwich village
Lower east side
East village

Nice streets: 
Houston, Greene, Spring, Prince, Canal, Broadway, Broome, Mercer, Washington square, Bleecker, Christopher, Mc Dougal, Grove

Olive tree cafe, 117 Mc Dougal street (1-212-254 3630), eat the bortsch
Cafe Reggio, 119 Mc Dougal street, eat the sfogliatelle
Freeman's, Freeman Alley, off Rivington street, between Chrystie and Bowery, kind of french
Katz, 205 E Houston (254 2246), jewish deli

Cheap Hotel: Sohotel, 341 Broome street (corner with Bowery av), (800) 737-0702 or (212) 226-1482

Jazz clubs
Nightclubs (Limelight, 20th st & 6th av, a club in a former church)
CD stores in the village and lower east side (St Mark's Place = 8th street and 2nd avenue) Jeans and clothing, on Broadway between Houston and Canal, for example: OMG: 428 or 542 Broadway


Gramercy park, Union square, Times square, Madison square,
Empire state building: 5th av et 34th street

Luxurious shopping:
Rockfeller center: 52nd st & 5th av
Trump tower: 56th st & 5th av
Tiffany's 57th st & 5th av

Hotels (cheap but OK):
Herald square, 19 W 31st street & 5th av. (800) 727-1888 or (212) 279-4017
Wolcott, 4 W 31st street & 5th av. (212) 268-2900

MOMA: 11 W 53rd street (entre 5th et 6th av)
Whitney: 945 Madison av et 75th street



Central Park: between 5th and 8th avenues / 59th and 110th streets
Cloisters: Subway 190th street

Upper east side:
Luxurious appartments on Central Park
Poor neighborhood in Spanish Harlem

Upper west side:
Luxurious neighborhood
Nice restaurants

Lincoln center, MET Opera: Broadway et Columbus

Guggenheim: 5th av et 89th street
MET: 5th av et 82nd street

Manhattan subway map: