City Sights New York (New York, USA) Reviews
Description:Sightseeing Type: Tours / Discover New York by boat, bus or helicopter!
Newest Review: ... part of the day. I can strongly recommend not going at this time. There wasn't much of a breeze on the journey and it got very very warm and uncomfortable towards the end. The actual cruise is good, but the heat was not. Anywho, after purchasing our tickets at the hole in the window, all very straight and well ticket purchasing like, we joined the very long queue of people waiting to ... more
Customer City Sights New York (New York, USA) Reviews (1)
by - written on 21/08/09 (Very useful, 48 readings)
This review is about the City Sights 3 hour cruise of Manhattan Island. This cruise being the one that goes the whole way round the island. We didn't book our tickets online before we went and it was a spur of the moment kind of trip for us. We just happened upon it, much like Central Park Zoo. It wasn't something we planned on, but wandered to the Hudson River and there was the cruise area. It's located at 42nd Street on the Hudson River and is pretty easy to find if you are or in our case, are not looking for it. Upon seeing it, we decided that we would participate in the 3 hour cruise that takes you around the whole of Manhattan. I can't ... Read the complete review
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