Travel to New York City and See The City From the Air
By Charles Brown
Normally the theme for Guerrilla Traveler is adventure on a budget, but sometimes the adventure possibilities are so great I will pass on great adventures that are worth the extra cost. If you are planning to travel to New York City anytime soon, consider seeing the Big Apple from the air.
For example, New York Helicopter Charter offers three tour packages to choose from. The Liberty Tour allows you to see the Statue of Liberty, Ellis and Governors Island, the South Street Seaport, the Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridges, and the Wall Street Financial Center.
The Central Park Tour takes you over the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, the Empire State Building, Central Park, and the Intrepid Air, Sea and Space Museum.
And finally, The Grand Tour takes you over all of the above sights - plus Yankee Stadium, the United Nations Building, the Queensboro and Brooklyn Bridges, and Battery Park
New York is an exciting city, so make sure you plan your trip well so you can fit everything you want to see while you are there. And seeing it from the sky is a sight you will never forget.
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About The Author
C.H. Brown is a former attorney who now spends his time indulging his passion for travel and shares the unique travel destinations and unbeatable travel bargains he uncovers on his blog, Guerrilla Traveler - Adventure on a Budget, www.guerrillatraveler.blogspot.com.
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