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Tribeca cool on the downtown sidewalks of Manhattan

 peeterv If whilst strolling along a side street in the downtown New York City neighbourhood of Tribeca (also spelt TriBeCa), taking in the cityscape, you think you might’ve just passed Leonardo DiCaprio, with his head down and slouching under a Yankees cap… have another look – nope, you’re not dreaming – it’s Leo, all right.Your chances of bumping into a famous face or two on the street are definitely higher here than in most other parts of the Big Apple; for example, Robert DeNiro is an owner…

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4 family-friendly stars of New York City

     Everyone has a bucket list and a city they would like to visit, and there is certainly a lot in the Big Apple that will capture your imaginations, whether you're traveling on your own, with friends, your significant other, or your kids,.In fact, NYC is particularly rich in attractions that the whole family can enjoy, and here are five of the best, all in the borough of Manhattan (there are plenty of others in the Bronx, Brooklyn,  Queens, and Staten Island, but that's for another…

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Queens cited in '7 Swell Spots to Travel the World Without Leaving the USA'

Victor Block At this time of more limited travel, if you live in the United States it may be less easy visit other countries on your bucket list. But thanks to the USA's longstanding history of immigration, there's plenty of international culture, cuisine, and customs that can be experienced right here at home. Notable among them are the various Chinatowns in New York City, San Francisco, and elsewhere, And here are five other destinations whose ethnic enclaves will transport you to foreign…

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