Happy Birthday Happy Birthday America and New York! Every July 4th we celebrate Independence Day, the day came the declaration of independence from England as far back as July 4, 1776. And ‘the birthday party of the United States and this year we celebrate 236 years of the country and a day and tourists can be immemorial due to festivals, events and fireworks over the Hudson River to admire. All at no cost.
Event in NYC there are so many, before witnessing the race between the hot dog eaters to watch the beautiful fireworks on the Hudson, west of the city. From 1916 to today because twenty intrepid eaters hot dogs will compete each year to eat as many sandwiches in 10 minutes, someone in the story has also reached the 60 hot dogs. The competition, held at Coney Island, Brooklyn South and begins at noon. It ‘better to equip themselves with hats, sunglasses and sunscreen, and then to the limit after the’ show ‘you can take a dip in the sea.
In theaters, including the unforgettable Lincoln Center are always great shows and one of the most diverse, including concerts.
The day of July 4 in New York concludes with an unmissable party organized by Macy’s, the largest stock of the world that other shows with themed costumes, bears also expected more fireworks from New York. There are 44,000 fires, which are usually launched the Hudson river, always start at around 21:20, and color the sky over NYC for almost half an hour.
To go to the show’s advice is to be located along 11th Avenue between 59th Street and 14th Street. Or, you can make a jump across the river in New Jersey by taking a ferry or train and enjoy the spectacle of fireworks add to the magic also the backdrop of the Manhattan skyline.
New Yorkers celebrate this festival that offers a break from work, organizing barbecues and picnics in various parks of the city. Even the streets of New York, are festively decorated with balloons, banners, flags and decorations white, red and blue hung a little ‘everywhere.
Certainly no shortage of stars and stripes flags on display a bit ‘anywhere in the city: at the entrances of offices, from the windows of apartment buildings, shops and even on the machines. The same as those found during the year because you know the patriotic Americans and is just for July 4th that express this sentiment even more.
Many wait for the lighting of the Christmas each year is brought to Rockefeller Plaza – intersection of Fiftieth Street and Fifth Avenue – to be ‘dressed’, embellished, colored and then worshiped. They come from different states to flock to the event’s most successful year yet shorter. Waiting for hours by the lucky people who can take between the hurdles of the square in the afternoon, is rewarded by a special effect that lasts a few seconds. Th …
Buon compleanno America e buon compleanno New York! Ogni 4 Luglio si festeggia l’Independence Day, giorno in cui avvenne la dichiarazione d’indipendenza dall’Inghilterra nel lontano 4 luglio 1776. E’ la festa di compleanno degli Stati Uniti e quest’anno si festeggiano i 236 anni del paese e una giornata che per i turisti può essere immemorabile grazie alle feste, gli eventi e i fuochi d’artificio da ammirare sul fiume Hudson. Il tutto a costo zer …
There is the smell of the sea, or at least it does remember the sound of water and a park somewhere. And ‘the East River promenade. A long course along the river on one side and the other traffic. Start at 59th Street and York Avenue, which is the road to the east of Manhattan and continues further north, up in Harlem. It ‘a perfect way to admire the moon at night or during the evening and find a little’ peace of mind and breath in a city that so …
A strip of land near Manhattan, happy to save a little oasis’ on rent often unsustainable city. And ‘Roosevelt Island, located between the Big Apple and the Queens, extends from 46th to 85th street for a distance of 3 km. The island itself is not too interesting, but the recently modernized cable car that connects to the big apple, offers stunning views of Manhattan and the water that surrounded it. Not for nothing has been described by The New Y …
The Fifth Avenue in English – Fifth Avenue – is one of the busiest streets of New York, in midtown Manhattan. Known as the shopping street par excellence, especially in the section between 34 th and 59 th street, is a symbol of wealthy New York. And this is precisely equal to the stretch of Oxford Street in London, the Champs-Élysées in Paris, Via dei Condotti in Rome, in Via Montenapoleone in Milan. And is waiting for Christmas this stretch of r …