Walking New York 's City iconic Brooklyn Bridge

Inaugurated in 1883, one of New York City’s icons was the world’s first of its type in various ways, and today continues to be a major link over the East River with Manhattan, with a half-dozen lanes for auto traffic, and above them, a pedestrian walkway and dedicated bike lanes that in recent years have become extremely popular (especially on weekends), with thousands crossing the 6,000 feet (1,825 metres) each day. It’s truly an exhilarating experience – the grandeur of the bridge’s architecture, the people-watching, all with the river and great skylines as backdrop.

Read more in my post 6 Top Cool Experiences in Brooklyn, New York City.



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