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Factory Outlet
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Woodbury Common Premium Outlets is home to 220 stores. Shop for clothes, shoes, jewelry, luggage, home furnishings, and gifts items from well
Tours from ¥295
Chelsea Market , New York City
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Awaken your taste buds at the Chelsea Market, where you can spend the day exploring exotic and local delicacies in the heart of the Meatpacki
Tours from ¥62
Department Store
Macy's Herald Square , New York City
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The chain's flagship department store, Macy's Herald Square has stood at this site for over 110 years and is listed as a National Historic La
Tours from ¥86
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Duration: 2 hours
Explore Philadelphia on this hop-on hop-off tour! See the top Philadelphia attractions including the Liberty Bell, Independence Hall and the Betsy Ross House while touring the city in a fun, fast and scenic way. Enjoy a ride on an open-top, double-decker bus, with our Hop on Hop off tour during your stay in Philadelphia.
Book on Viator from ¥253
Reading Terminal Market , Philadelphia
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Part of the Philadelphia Convention Center, Reading Terminal Market features more than 100 lively merchants selling fresh food, baked goods,
Tours from ¥41
FAO Schwarz , New York City
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The oldest toy store in the United States, the flagship FAO Schwarz is most famous for its giant keyboard, on which Tom Hanks played "Chopsti
Tours from ¥1,974

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The first step to finding accommodations in New York City is finding the right neighborhood. Manhattan, where most visitors end up, offers some of the most expensive rooms in the world, though there are lower-budget options, such as hostels with shared restrooms. Reduce your costs by basing yourself in one of the outer boroughs, but beware of low-end motels where you may end up sharing the premises with hourly customers. Alternatively, stay along the New Jersey shore, offering all the major chain hotels at considerably lower prices than their Manhattan equivalents.
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