New York City has a long and proud History from being home of the legendary New York Yankees in the Bronx, the New York Mets, Jets, Giants and some of the best spots in the World for fine dining, award-winning Chefs along with several reality television shows. Stroll down Broadway and 42nd Street to see a listing of all the latest Broadway Musicals and don't forget to tip the Street Performers while you're there. Take the 4,5,6,1, 9, R Subway downtown and stop by SOHO (buy some art!), NOHO, the Freedom Tower in the Financial District and the Bulls of Wall Street. Have a cold one at South Street Seaport and stop by McSorley's in the Lower East Side. Looking for a Speakeasy? Checkout Chumley's and remember, there's no sign on the door. The West Village has the best Burger in NYC; the Bistro Burger at Corner Bistro. For early risers, grab a New York Bagel along with a Daily News Paper. Support your favorite NYC Actor by visiting the Tribeca Bar & Grill. Uptown. Central Park needs at least 1/2 day so dine at the Boat House, visit Strawberry Fields and the famous 'Imagine' sidewalk stone in Central Park. Looking for the Central Perk Cafe from the television show Friends!?... It's not there but you can visit the American Museum of Natural History close to where it's suppose to be. Get yourself a ticket to the Planetarium and you may even run into the World's most famous Astrophysicist who films the popular podcast Star Talk in his office. Get a tour of Tina's Thirty Rock or Rockefeller Center to see the tree lighting in December. The Metropolitan Museum of Art a.k.a. the Met (tip for reading this far...go to the rooftop deck at the Met for more exhibits and one of the best views of Central Park), the MOMA, the Guggenheim. Fitness buff? Jog around the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir in Central Park and across from the Guggenheim. Several movies were filmed here. Back down to Greenwich Village you can wander on MacDougal Street for more great food and drinks. Mamoun's Falafel's are great for the NYU College Student, Traveller or Nightcrawler on a budget. Beware the Hot Sauce!... but put it on your Falafel because it's awesome! Nearby, Washington Square Park has some of the best Street Performers in the Country (again, tips are appreciated) that can be found near the Center Fountain. While you're down there, visit the Comedy Cellar for a good laugh and home to some of the World's most talented Comedic Performers. CaroIine's Comedy Club on Broadway always has top notch Performers as well as Gotham and Dangerfield's. I forgot to mention; if you want to save a buck, get a metro card and fill it up accordingly. $20 should be good if you're there for three or more days. If you're going out to Long Island, take a Subway to an LIRR Station to head out East. Brooklyn's got the best pizza next to the Brooklyn Bridge and Ray's is really good too. Really any NYC Pizza is really good. Try 'em all. While you're in Brooklyn, have lunch in Williamsburg (super poshy trendy) and catch the Nets play who just might be playing the Knicks. Hockey fan? We've got the Rangers and the Islanders. Catch a Mets game at Citi Field or a tennis match at the U.S. Open. Venture off to Long Island and watch the horses at Belmont Stakes.The fish are always biting in the Long Island Sound and if you really want to hook a Striper or Blue, stay a night in the Hamptons which is Long Island's home to the Rich and Famous. I'm exhausted telling you all of this. Stop reading and get out of your Hotel room, AirB&B or Hostel and wander Manhattan, Staten Island, Brooklyn, Bronx, Queens, Long Island, Fuhgeddaboudit!