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NYC - Facts & Figures
Population New York City 7.5 million Catholic Population 43.4 percent
Arrests in 1994 89,000 Baptist Population 10.7 percent
Average prison population 18,700 Jewish Population 10.9 percent
Murders in 1994 500 NYC Area 301 square miles
Miles of streets 6,400+ Miles of waterfront 578
Acres of parks 26,138 Miles of subway track 722+
Average annual snowfall 29.2 inches Average annual rainfall 47.2 inches
Number of airport passengers 77.5 million Number of visitors in 1994 24.6+ million
Number of licensed taxis 12,387 Number of art galleries 600+
Number of restaurants 19,400+ Number of movie theatres 375+
The Dutch bought Manhattan from Native Americans for about $24 worth of trinkets.
NYC was capital of the US between 1789 and 1790.
The Cathedral of St. John the Divine is the largest Gothic cathedral in the world.

Important Phone Numbers

Emergency

  • Ambulance-Fire-Police - 911
  • Animal Bites - 212-566-2068
  • Battered Women - 800-942-6906
  • Child Abuse - 800-342-3720
  • Crime Stoppers Hot Line - 212-577-8477
  • Crime Victims Hotline - 212-577-7777
  • Doctors on Call - 718-745-5900
  • Elder Abuse - 212-442-3103
  • FBI - 212-335-2700
  • Food & Hunger Hotline - 212-533-6100
  • Gas Leaks (Con Edison) - 212-683-8830
  • Help & Crisis Center - 212-532-2400
  • Lead Poisoning Hotline - 212-BAN-LEAD
  • Missing Persons - 212-374-6913
  • Poison Control - 212-340-4494
  • Power Failure (Con Edison) - 212-683-0862
  • Rape Hotline - 212-267-7273
  • Suicide Prevention - 212-673-3000

Traveler Information

Airports Consumer Concerns
  • NYC Consumer & Complaints Super Resource Guide - By EASYNETT
  • Air/Water/Sewer/Noise Complaints - 718-699-9811
  • Better Business Bureau - 212-533-6200
  • Bus & Subway Complaints - 718-330-3322
  • Cable TV Complaints - 800-342-3330
  • Consumer Affairs - 212-487-4444
  • Consumer Protection Board - 212-417-4908
  • Fire Hazards - 718-694-2540
  • Heat/Housing Complaints - 212-960-4800
  • Human Rights Commission - 212-306-7500
  • Job Complaints - 718-797-7499
  • Pest Control - 212-442-9666
  • Potholes & Broken Sidewalks - 212-442-7097
  • Public Advocate (Mark Green) - 212-669-7200
  • Rent Stabilization & Rent Control - 718-739-6400
  • Stock Broker Complaints - 212-748-8652
  • Street Light Out - 212-442-7070
  • Traffic Enforcement Agent Complaint - 212-996-8584
Health Information
  • NYC Health & Medical Super Resource Guide - By EASYNETT
  • AIDS Hot Line (Gay Men's Health Crisis) - 212-807-6655
  • AIDS Hot Line (New York City) - 212-447-8200
  • Alcoholics Anonymous - 212-647-1680
  • Amer. Cancer Soc. Stop Smoking Seminars - 212-582-2118
  • Cocaine Hot Line - 800-262-2463
  • Herpes Hot Line - 212-628-9154
  • Int'l Vaccination Information - 718-553-1685
  • Mental Health Counseling Hotline - 212-734-5876
  • Narcotics Anonymous - 212-929-6262
  • NYC Dept. of Mental Health Hotline (24 hours) - 800-527-7474
  • Overeaters Anonymous - 212-206-7859
  • Planned Parenthood - 212-274-7200
  • Substance Abuse - 800-522-5353
  • Women's Health Line - 212-230-1111
Parking Pets Public Transportation Sports
  • New York Knicks - 212-465-5867
  • New York Rangers - 212-308-6977
Weather Government Offices and Agencies
  • NYC, NYS, & Federal Government Super Resource Guide - By EASYNETT
  • New York City Mayor (Rudolph Giuliani) - 212-788-3000
  • Comptroller (Alan Hevesi) - 212-669-7318
  • City Council - 212-788-7100
  • City Government Information - 212-788-4636
  • Board of Education - 718-935-2000
  • Board of Elections - 212-886-3800
  • Courts: Appellate Division Supreme Court - 212-340-0400 Civil (Small Claims/Housing, etc.) - 212-791-6000 Criminal - 212-374-5880 Family Court - 212-374-8713 District Attorney - 212-335-9000
  • Environmental Protection - 718-595-5595
  • Human Rights Commission - 212-306-7640
  • Marriage Licenses - 212-669-2400
  • Parks & Recreation - 212-360-8111
  • Pothole Complaints - 212-768-4653
  • Sanitation/Recyling - 212-219-8090
  • Traffic Lights/Signs/Broken Streetlights - 212-442-7070
  • New York State State Government Information - 212-417-4000
  • Dept. of Taxation - 800-225-5829
  • Motor Vehicles - 212-645-5550
  • Rent Control - 718-739-6400
  • Dept. of Social Services - 212-274-5400
  • Dept. of State - 212-417-5800
  • Unemployment Compensation - 718-488-1800
  • Voter Information & Registration - 800-367-8683
  • Federal Coast Guard - 212-668-7936
  • Customs - 212-466-5550
  • Federal Information Center - 800-347-1997
  • Immigration & Naturalization - 212-206-6500
  • Income Tax - Federal - 800-829-1040
  • Passports - 212-399-5290
  • Social Security & Medicare - 800-772-1213
  • Ambulance-Fire-Police - 911
  • Animal Bites - 212-566-2068
  • Battered Women - 800-942-6906
  • Child Abuse - 800-342-3720
  • Crime Stoppers Hot Line - 212-577-8477
  • Crime Victims Hotline - 212-577-7777
  • Doctors on Call - 718-745-5900
  • Elder Abuse - 212-442-3103
  • FBI - 212-335-2700
  • Food & Hunger Hotline - 212-533-6100
  • Gas Leaks (Con Edison) - 212-683-8830
  • Help & Crisis Center - 212-532-2400
  • Lead Poisoning Hotline - 212-BAN-LEAD
  • Missing Persons - 212-374-6913
  • Poison Control - 212-340-4494
  • Power Failure (Con Edison) - 212-683-0862
  • Rape Hotline - 212-267-7273
  • Suicide Prevention - 212-673-3000
New York City Neighborhoods - Short Descriptions
  • The East Village & Surrounding Streets
    The place with the 'coolest' people in New York City, Punk, New Wave, Hippi, Students, Artsy, Generation X, and Cybercafes, etc.

  • Greenwich Village & The West Village
    Greenwich Village represents the traditional artsy and romantic side of Manhattan. The West Village is the center of the NYC gay community

  • The Flatiron District, Gramercy Park & Surrounding Streets
    The Flatiron District is the latest hot spot for trendy bars, restaurants and hang outs for models.

  • Little Italy & Primarily Mott Street
    What used to be a big neighborhood is now reduced to only 3 block long. Traditional Italian restaurants with slightly inflated prices.

  • The Lower East Side
    This old city neighborhood is where new Jewish immigrants started out, Katzís deli is still here !!

  • Orchard Street & Lower East Side Surrounding Streets
    The best street bazaar in NYC on Sundays - A Real NYC shopping experience - be prepared to bargain with the shop owners, they expect it - donít except the first price offered. Hang tough !!!

  • SOHO & Surrounding Streets
    The home of trendy art galleries, restaurants and expensive boutique shopping - great for weekend wandering and gallery hopping.

  • The Theater District & Times Square
    The place were the famous NYC Broadway theaters are located.
    Broadway, Opera, Cabaret & Jazz Resource Guide By EASYNETT
    Get the latest information on Broadway shows by calling (212) 563-2929. The best ticket deals in NYC are those at Tickets Tickets at Times Square (47th St.) - Big Discounts. You can also call Ticketmaster (212) 307-4100. A little pricey sometimes ! !! Lots of ripp off electronic shops - beware, But, the Virgin Superstore is great - check it out.

  • Tribeca - The area just north of the World Trade Towers
    The home of trendy new restaurants, art galleries, architects, movie and film makers, and expensive boutiques.

  • Canal Street & Chinatown
    All along Canal street you can get any type of ďKnock OffĒ you want - check it out - Chinatown is just like all other Chinatowns in any major city in the USA, but bigger.

  • Herald Square
    Home of Macy's, The Manhattan mall and 100ís of stores from A to Z.

  • Fifth Avenue - 59th Street to 34th Street
    The best Avenue in NYC for window shopping and expensive name brand gifts. Lots of designer shops and major stores. Very Pricey, Watch your wallet !!!

  • 57th Street - From 2nd avenue to 8th avenue
    Home of many major designer shops and major stores from A to Z.

  • Madison Avenue
    The main avenue for world famous designer clothing shops, boutiques and high priced art galleries.

  • Centre Market Place - Between Broome St. & Grand St., Just west of little Italy
    Lots of guns stores & trendy restaurants.

  • Diamond District - 47th St.at 5th Ave
    The block is crowded with jewelry stores that handle almost 80% of the world's diamonds. Shop very carefully.

  • Hat District - 30 to 40 th streets, between 5th & 6th. Ave
    This is a great resources for those looking for hats and hat making supplies. Everything from A to Z. Check the Business and Consumer Yellow Pages.

  • Koreatown - West 32nd St. Between Madison Ave & 6th. Ave
    This area is to Koreans as Chinatown is to the Chinese.

  • Lighting District - 3rd. Ave. From Canal to Houston St.
    Millions of lights of every type....This is the place to see everything regarding lighting.

  • Lingerie District - Delancey & Hester Sts. The lower East side
    Everything for men and woman - all the major labels, be prepared to bargain, they expect it.

  • Photo Equipment & Supplies - 14th St. - 23rd St. Bet. 8th Ave. & Madison
    Check the yellow pages. There are a lot of professional processing firms located on 18th St. to 22nd St. Between 5th & 6th Ave.

  • Plant & Flower District - Sixth Ave (22nd - 29th Sts.)
    The best flowers and plants sell fast so arrive early. Try to bargain with them.

  • Shoe District - 8th St. In the Village, Between 6th Ave. & 2nd. Ave.
    Plus the entire island of manhattan has 100ís of shoe stores on every block. Lots of shoes....Maybe to many !!!

  • Silver District - Upper 50's from Madison Ave. to Second.
    Check the yellow pages for antique, thrift and silver gift shops, etc.

Manhattan || Bronx || Brooklyn || Queens || Staten Island
Click on the borough that you are interested in.


Manhattan
Major Tourist Attractions
  • World Yacht - The Premier Dining Cruise
    World Yacht Marina, Pier 81, West 41st Street at the Hudson River, NY, NY 10036
    Tel 212-630-8100, Fax 212-630-8125, 800-498-4270 mktgwy@worldyacht.com
  • Circle Line - New York's best sightseeing and live music cruises.
    Pier 83, West 42nd St., New York, NY 10036
    Tel 212-563-3200, Fax 212-563-3347 info@circleline.com
  • The Statue Of Liberty, Liberty Island, (212) 363-3200, (212) 344-7220 (tickets)
    The definitive symbol of American freedom, the Statue of Liberty offers spectacular
    views of downtown Manhattan and the New York City Harbor.
  • Ellis Island, Info: (212) 363-3200
    Once the door to America for many immigrants, Ellis Island is now one of the NYC's
    newer museums.
  • South Street Seaport, 12 Fulton Street, (212) 669-9424
    The maritime district is a great historical place with a beautiful view of Brooklyn
    Heights, great dinning and shopping.
  • World Trade Center, Between Liberty and Vesey Streets, (212) 435-7397
    The main attraction of the 'twin towers' is definitely the view. You can see 50
    miles in all directions.
  • Greenwich Village
    Greenwich Village represents the traditional artsy and romantic side of
    Manhattan. The West Village is the center of the NYC gay community
  • Chinatown
    The largest Chinatown in the West World, New York's Chinatown continues to
    amaze visitors with its richness and flavor.
  • Union Square, West 14th - 17th St., Park Ave, Greenmarket: (212) 788-7900
    The latest hot spot for trendy bars, restaurants and hang outs for models and students.
  • Empire State Building, 350 Fifth Ave West 34th St., (212) 736-3100
    One of the most famous skyscrapers in the world, the Empire State Building
    is probably the most important symbol for NYC. Open Till Midnight for late
    night sightseeing.
  • New York Public Library, 476 Fifth Ave 42nd St., (212) 869-8089
    The NYPL is a great place to visit, even if you do not indend to read any books.
    One of the greatest libraries in the USA.
  • Chrysler Building, 405 Lexington Ave 42nd St.
    The Chrysler Building is a very popular Art Deco building with the New Yorkers
    and students of architecture.
  • Grand Central Terminal, Park Ave - 42nd St., (212) 532-4900
    This is the greatest subway and train station in New York City, if not the world.
  • Rockefeller Center, 47-52nd St., Fifth-Seventh Ave, (212) 632-4041
    A place of many attractions, including the winter time skating rink
    and the famous Rainbow Room restaurant.
  • Museum Of Modern Art, 11 W. 53rd St., (212) 708-7500
    The Museum is home to great modern art collections, including Van Gogh,
    Monet and Picasso. One of the top 5 museums in NYC.
  • Lincoln Center, Broadway 62nd - 67th St., (212) 875-5400
    Lincoln Center includes the Metropolitan Opera, Avery Fisher Hall and the
    Juliard School of Music.
  • Central Park, Info: (212) 794-6564
    Central Park is the escape place for the New Yorkers who can't take the high
    humidity during the summer.
  • Belvedere Castle in Central Park, 79th St., (212) 772-0210
    Learning center for children and adults.
  • Boathouse in Central Park, E. 72nd St., (212) 517-3623
    Rent boats & Venetian gondola. Bicycle rentals too!
  • Central Park Wildlife Conservation Center, 830 Fifth Ave, NY 10021, (212) 861-6030
  • Central Park Bicycle, (212) 541-8759, A two hour tour of Central Park with a guide.
  • The Dairy, Central Park near 64th St., (212) 794-6564
    12-foot model of the park, gift corner.
  • The Frick Collection, 1 E. 70th St., (212) 288-0700
    The mansion of Henry Frick is probably as famous as the art and antique
    collection it houses.
  • Whitney Museum of American Art, 945 Madison Ave, (212) 570-3600
    The Whitney Museum is home to many famous modern art collections.
  • American Museum Of Natural History, Central Park W. at 79th St., (212) 769-5100
    This is the largest institution of its kind in the world. Kids love it!
  • Metropolitan Museum Of Art, 1000 Fifth Ave, 82nd St., (212) 535-7710
    It has enough collections to keep visitors busy for days. One of the top 5
    museums in NYC.
  • Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, 1071 Fifth Ave at 88th St., (212) 423-3500
    This is the most famous modern building in the world. One of the top 5
    museums in NYC.
  • Cooper-Hewitt Museum Of Design, 2 E. 91st St., (212) 860-6868
    The Museum is a great, nostalgic building that houses collections of the nation.
  • American Stock Exchange, 86 Trinity Place, (212) 306-1000
  • Bryant Park, 40th-42nd Sts., (212) 983-4142
    Gardens, fountain, nice seating, & free entertainment.
  • Carnegie Hall, 154 W. 57th St., (212) 247-7800, World-wide famous concert hall.
  • Castle Clinton National Monument, Battery Park, (212) 344-7220
    Castel Garden Entertainment Center, immigrant deport, aquarium, and more.
  • Cathedral of Saint John the Divine, 1047 Amsterdam Ave, (212) 932-7314
    World's largest gothic cathedral. Truly awesome.
  • Central Synagogue, 123 E. 55th St., (212) 838-5122
  • Chelsea Piers Sports, 23rd St. at the Hudson River, (212) 336-6666
    Hudson River Super Sports Complex.
  • Citicorp Center, Lexington Ave at 53rd St., (212) 559-2209, The roof is very slanted .
  • New York City Hall, Broadway at Murray St., (212) 788-3000
    Beautiful landmark building.
  • Commodities Exchange Center, 4 World Trade Center, (212) 938-2025
    View the trading floor from visitor's Gallery.
  • Con Edison Conservation Center, Lexington Ave - 42nd St., (212) 599-3435
    Exhibits about energy and money saving ideas.
  • Eldridge Street Synagogue, 12 Eldridge St., (212) 219-0888
    Major Jewish heritage center on Lower East Side.
  • Federal Hall National Memorial, 26 Wall St., (212) 264-8711
    The site of George Washington's 1789 inauguration.
  • The Federal Reserve Bank of NY, 33 Liberty St., (212) 720-6130
  • General Grant National Memorial, Riverside Drive at 122nd St., (212) 666-1640
    Exhibitions pertaining to the life of General Ulysses S. Grant.
  • Gracie Mansion, East End Ave at 88th St., (212) 570-4751
    The official residence of New York mayors. Gracie Mansion.
  • Guiness World of Records, 350 Fifth Ave, (212) 947-2335
  • Hamilton Grange National Memorial, 287 Convent Ave, (212) 283-5154
    The home of Alexander Hamilton, the first US Secretary of Treasury.
  • Hayden Planetarium, Central Park W. 81st St., (212) 769-5100
    Laser Shows, see the stars, lectures and concerts. Kids love it!
  • Historic Orchard Street & Lower East Side Surrounding Streets
    The best street bazaar in NYC on Sundays - A Real NYC shopping experience -
    be prepared to bargain with the shop owners, they expect it - donít accept
    the first price offered. Hang tough !!!
  • Intrepid Sea Space Museum, W 46th St. & 12th Ave, (212) 245-2533
    Kids love it ... Very interesting.
  • Jacob Javits Center, 655 W 35th St., (212) 216-2000
    Major conventions and trade shows - really big events are held. Call for information.
  • Little Italy & Primarily Mott Street
    What used to be a big neighborhood is now reduced to only 3 block long.
    Traditional Italian restaurants, specialty stores and yummy bakeries with
    slightly inflated prices.
  • Madison Square Garden, 4 Pennsylvania Plaza, (212) 465-6000
    Home to major concerts, sports tournaments, and much more.
  • Medieval Times Dinner, 48th & 7th Ave, (212) 586-9096
    A spectacular dining attraction.
  • NBC Studio Tours, 30 Rockefeller Plaza, (212) 664-7174
    On-site tours of the NBC TV studios. Very interesting...
  • NYC Passenger Ships, 48th-55th Sts. & 12th Ave, (212) 765-7437
  • New York Skyride, 350 Fifth Ave, (212) 564-2224
    It features an exciting simulated aerial tour of NYC.
  • New York Stock Exchange, 20 Broad St., (212) 656-5167
    Automated narration describes the activity in the NY Stock Exchange.
  • Pennsylvania Station, 33rd St. & 7th Ave, (212) 630-7373
    The busiest train station in the world.
  • Riverside Church, 490 Riverside Drive, (212) 222-5900, Beautiful Gothic details.
  • SOHO & Surrounding Streets
    The home of trendy art galleries, restaurants and expensive boutique
    shopping - great for weekend wandering and gallery hopping.
  • Sony Imax Theatre, 1998 Broadway, (212) 336-5000, It features the great 3D movies.
  • Sony Wander Tech. Lab, 550 Madison Ave, (212) 833-8100
    Hands-on experience with the latest communications and information technologies.
  • St. Patrick's Cathedral, Fifth Ave at 50th St.,
    One of the finest Gothic-style cathedrals in the USA.
  • St. Paul's Chapel, Fulton & Vessey Sts., (212) 602-0872
    A national landmark built in 1766.
  • St. Peter's Church, 619 Lex. Ave, (212) 935-2200
    Off-Broadway theatre and art galleries.
  • St. Vartan Cathedral, 630 Second Ave, (212) 686-0710, Armenian Museum of Art.
  • Temple Emanu-El, 65th St., (212) 744-1400, The largest modern synagogue in NYC.
  • The 60th Street Tramway, 60th St., & Second Ave, (212) 832-4540
    This Tram connects Manhattan and Roosevelt Island; spectacular views.
  • Theodore Roosevelt Birthplace, 28 E. 20th St., (212) 260-1616
    The home of the only American president born in NYC.
  • Times Square, Broadway & Seventh Ave
    The place were the famous NYC Broadway theaters are located. Lots of
    neon lights....Get the latest information on Broadway shows
    by calling (212) 563-2929. The best ticket deals in NYC are those at
    Tickets Tickets at Times Square (47th St.) - Big Discounts. You can also
    call Ticketmaster (212) 307-4100. A little pricey sometimes !!! Lots of ripp off
    electronic shops - beware, But, the Virgin Superstore is great - check it out.
  • UNICEF House, 3 UN Plaza, (212) 759-0760, It houses exhibits of UNICEF's work.
  • United Nations, First Ave & 46th St., (212) 963-7713
    There are multilingual tours available.
  • Vietnam Veterans Memorial, near 55 Water St.
    Many excerpts from news, letters, etc.
  • Washington Square Arch & ParkFifth Ave @ Waverly Street in Greenwich Village
  • Woolman Rink, 59th St. & 6th Ave., (212) 396-1010
    A famous ice skating rink in Central Park.
    Bronx
    Major Tourist Attractions
  • Bartow-Pell Mansion, Pelham Bay Park, (718) 885-1461
    National landmark and historical museum.
  • Bronx Heritage Trail, 3309 Bainbdirge Ave, (718) 881-8900
  • Bronx Zoo, Bronx River Pkwy, (718) 367-1010, The largest zoo in an US city.
  • Bruckner Blvd. Antique District, Bruckner Blvd., (718) 292-3113
    Antique galleries, furniture and arts.
  • City Island, Chamber of Commerce, PO Box 13, City Island, (718) 885-9100
    Many restaurants and marinas.
  • Edgar Allan Poe Cottage, E. Kingsbridge Rd., (718) 881-8900
    Poe's home between 1846 and 1849.
  • New York Botanical Garden, 200th St., (718) 817-8777
    One of the best public gardens in America.
  • Pelham Bay Park, off Brickner Expwy., (718) 430-1890
    Boats, horses, fishing, tennis, picnicking. Very nice
  • Valentine-Varian House, 3266 Bainbridge Ave, (718) 881-8900
    Famous fieldstone farmhouse.
  • Van Cortlandt Park, Bronx, NY, Horses, cricket, golf, picnicking, boating, tennis.
  • Wave Hill, 675 W. 252nd St., (718) 549-3200, Public garden and cultural institution.
  • Woodlawn Cemetery, Webster Ave @ 233rd St., (718) 920-0500
    Resting place of Duke Ellington, George Cohan, and F.W. Woolworth.
    Check out the headstones.
  • Yankee Stadium, 161st St., (718) 293-6000, Home of NY Yankees.
    Brooklyn
    Major Tourist Attractions
  • Aquarium, W. 8th St. @ Surf Ave, (718) 265-3474
    Great place with both outdoors and indoors exhibits.
  • Bklyn Arts & Culture Assoc., 111 Wiloughby St., (718) 596-2222
    Continuous theater with arts and music events.
  • Botanic Garden, 1000 Washington Ave, Bklyn, (718) 622-4433
    One of the most beautiful public gardens in the world.
  • Brooklyn Bridge, As the first link between Brooklyn and Manhattan, the
    Brooklyn Bridge provides a spectacular view.
  • Historic District, adjacent to downtown Brooklyn
    A real life show of 19th century urban America.
  • Public Library, Grand Army Plz., (718) 780-7700
    Sixty libraries with free services including telephone reference and other special programs.
  • Coney Island, Info: (Aquarium) (718) 265-3474
    A nostalgic place with nice playgrounds and great boardwalks.
  • Grand Prospect Hall, 263 Prospect Ave, (718) 788-0777
    Rococo style ballroom and French bird cage elevator.
  • Prospect Park, Bklyn, NY
    The park includes a Civil War memorial arch and a zoo.
  • Wildlife Center, 450 Flatbush Ave, (718) 399-7339, Great children's zoo.
  • Sheepshead Bay, Restaurants and deep-sea fishing.
    Queens
    Major Tourist Attractions
  • Aqueduct Race Track, Rockway Blvd. @ 108th St., (718) 641-4700
  • Belmont Park Race Track, (718) 641-4700
    Nice picnic areas and trackside dining.
  • Bowne House, 37-01 Bowne St., (718) 359-0528, House of Qaker John Bowne.
  • Flushing Meadow Park, Van Wyck Expwy. - Grand Central Pkwy. (718) 760-6565
    Home of National Tennis Center, World's Fairs, Shea Stadium, museums, zoo.
  • Friends Quaker Meeting House, 137-16 Northern Blvd., (718) 358-9636
    The house, built in 1694, is still used for worship.
  • Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge, Crossbay Blvd., (718) 474-0613
    Bird watching and nature walks.
  • Kingsland Homestead, 143-35 37th Ave, (718) 939-0647
    Colonial farmhouse built around 1790.
  • Botanical Garden, 43-50 Main St., (718) 886-3800
  • Wildlife Center, 53-51 111th St., (718) 271-7761
    Zoo with wildlife from North America.
  • Rockaway Beach, Jamaica Bay, A 10-mile Atlantic Ocean beach stretch.
  • Shea Stadium, 126th St. @ Roosevelt Ave, (718) 507-8499, Home of the NY Mets.
    Staten Island
    Major Tourist Attractions
  • Conference House, Hylan Blvd., (718) 984-2086
    Scene of Revolutionary War peace conference.
  • Gateway Recreation Area, 26 Miller Field, (718) 351-6970
    Recreation programs, including swimming, jogging, walking trails.
  • The Greenbelt, 200 Nevada Ave, (718) 667-2165, Over 2500 acres of land.
  • Historic Richmond Town, 441 Clarke Ave, (718) 351-1611
    Historic village and museum.
  • Snug Harbor Cultural Center, 1000 Richmond Terrace, (718) 448-2500
    Historic district of American architecture.
  • Botanical Garden, 1000 Richmond Terrace, (718) 273-8200
    Gardens, greenhouse, ponds, gift shop.
  • Staten Island Ferry, (718) 727-2508, A great view of lower Manhattan skyline.
  • Staten Island Zoo, Barrett Park, 614 Brdwy, (718) 442-3101
    A small zoo with one of the most excellent reptile collections in the world.
  • Verrazano Bridge
    Connects Staten Island and Brooklyn; one of the longest suspension bridges in the world.
  • William Davis Wildlife Refuge, (718) 727-1135
    Trails that show birds, amphibians, reptiles, plants and mammals.
  • NYC Top Sightseeing Attractions

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    NYC Survival Guide & Travel Tips
    General Tips
  • Avoid riding in empy subway cars - it is usually better to ride in the conductor's car (close to
    the middle of the train)
  • Keep your wallet in the front pocket of your pants.
  • Do not get involved with street crazies, no matter how funny they are.
  • Avoid Central Park and dark areas after sunset.
  • Don't display large sums of money in public.
  • Telephone information is free. Dial 555-1212 and ask for the number you want.

    When In Areas That Are Not Safe

  • Look for populated areas.
  • Be aware of who is around you.
  • Be confident.
  • Walk in the middle of the sidewalk, away from the buildings or the streeet.
  • Turn rings around, and hold your bag under your arm.
  • Keep all jewelry hidden under your clothing.

    In A Dangerous Situation

  • If someone is following you, go into a store, find a crowd, or yell for a police officer.
  • If you are mugged, give the mugger what he/she wants. Don't resist.

  • Currency Exchanges In NYC
    • American Express Travel, American Express Tower, (212) 640-4885
    • Chemical Bank Exchange, 633 Third Ave, (212) 935-9935
    • Chemical Bank Exchange, 180 Canal St., (212) 935-9935
    • Chemical Bank Exchange, 270 Park Ave, (212) 935-9935
    • Chemical Bank Exchange, 969 Eigth Ave, (212) 935-9935
    • Chequepoint, 22 Central Park, (212) 750-2400
    • Chequepoint, 609 Madison Ave, (212) 750-2400
    • Avis Currency Exchange, 200 Park Ave, (212) 661-0826
    • Avis Currency Exchange, 89 East 42nd Street, New York, NY, 10017
    • Avis Currency Exchange, 1451 Broadway Street, New York, NY, 10036
    • Avis Currency Exchange, 899 6th Avenue @ 33rd St., New York, NY, 10001
    • Avis Currency Exchange, One World Trade Center - Lobby, New York, NY, 10048
    • Avis Currency Exchange, One East 59th Street, New York, NY, 10022
    • Avis Currency Exchange
    • NYCE, 3 University Plaza, (201) 488-6111
    • Ruesch International, 608 Fifth Ave, (212) 977-2700
    • Thomas Cook Currency Services, 511 Madison Ave, (212) 753-2398
    • Thomas Cook Currency Services, 1590 Broadway, (212) 265-6049

    NYC Walking and Self-Guided Tours
    • Adventure on a Shoestring, 300 W. 53rd St., NY (212) 265-2663
    • Big Onion Walking Tours, NY (212) 439-1090
    • Citywalks, NY (212) 989-2456
    • Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, NY (212) 860-6321
    • Municipal Art Society, NY (212) 439-1049
    • 92nd Street YMYWHA, NY (212) 415-5628
    • River-to-River Downtown Walking Tours, NY (212) 321-2823
    • Sidewalks of New York, NY (212) 662-5300
    • Urban Explorations, NY (718) 721-5254
    • Urban Park Rangers, NY (212) 427-4040
    • Art Deco Society of New York, 300 W. 53rd St., NY (212) 679-3326
    • Brooklyn Center for the Urban Environment, NY (718) 788-8549
    • The Brooklyn Historical Society, 128 Pierrepont St., NY (718) 624-0890
    • Joyce Gold History Tours of NY, 141 W. 17th St. NY (212) 242-5762
    • Municipal Art Society, 457 Madison Ave., NY (212) 935-3960
    • SoHo Art Experience, 101 Wooster St., Loft 5R, NY (212) 219-0810
    • A Walk of the Town, 280 Riverside Dr., NY (212) 222-5343
    • The Museum of the City of Walking Tours, NY (212)534-1672 ext. 236

    NYC Tourist & Travel Links

    NYC Multi-lingual Tours
    • Ana Hallo Tours (U.S.A.), Inc., 1675 Broadway #30, NY 10019 (212) 399-6186
    • Intours, 37-05 80th St., Jackson Heights, NY 11372 (718) 507-5900
    • On the Town Custom Tours, 610 Cathedral Pkwy., NY 10025 (212) 663-7546, (800) 929-2516
    • Oren Tours Inc., 25 W. 43rd St. #1106, NY 10036 (212) 302-1020
    • Pamtours International, 445 Northern Blvd., Great Neck, NY 11021(516) 466-4700, (800) 929-0038
    • People Travel Club, Ltd., 156 Fifth Ave., NY 10010 (212) 627-4004 (212) 627-4005

    NYC Tours By Land
    • Academy Bus Tours, 1515 Jefferson St., Hoboken, NJ 07030 (212) 964-6600, Fax: (201) 420-8087
    • Adirondack Trailways, P.O. Box 1758, Kingston, NY 12401 (800) 225-6815, Fax: (914) 339-5222
    • Albo Tours and Travel, Inc., 629 Clinton St., Westbury, NY 11590 (718) 786-2526, Fax: (718) 786-2539
    • All American Stage Tours, Inc., 1414 Grand Street, Hoboken, NJ 07030 (800) 735-8530, Fax: (908) 291-4711
    • American Media Tours, 16 W. 32nd St., NY 10001 (212) 255-5908 (800) 969-6344, Fax: (212) 366-5539
    • American Sightseeing International, 166 W. 46th St., NY 10036 (212) 397-2620, Fax: (212) 247-6956
    • AMT-Wheels of New York, 16 W. 32nd St., NY 10001 (212) 465-1630 (800) 969-6344, Fax: (212) 465-1636
    • Annandale Tours, P.O. Box 90, Wappingers Falls, NY 12590 (914) 896-0456, Fax: (914) 897-3664
    • Briggs Red Carpet Associates, Inc., 1501 Broadway #611, NY 10036 (212) 354-9440, Fax: (212) 382-1560
    • Campus Coach Lines, 545 Fifth Ave., NY 10017 (212) 682-1050, Fax: (212) 687-1010
    • Chris Limousines, P.O. Box 319, Staten Island, NY 10308 (800) 542-1584, Fax: (718) 356-3239
    • CIT Tours Corp., 594 Broadway #307, NY 10017 (212) 274-0596, Fax: (212) 274-0598
    • Classic Transportation Group, 1600 Locust Ave., Bohemia, NY 11716 (800) 666-4949, Fax: (516) 567-3722
    • Event Transportation Associates, 80-16 62nd St., Glendale, NY 11385 (718) 366-4785
    • Go Tours, 52-15 114th St., Long Island City, NY 11101 (718) 482-6600, Fax: (718) 482-9653
    • Gray Line NY Tours, 1740 Broadway, NY 10019 (212) 397-2620, (800) 669-0051, Fax: (212) 247-6956
    • Gray Line New York Trolley, 254 W. 54th St., NY 10019 (212) 397-3807
    • Gray Line/Short Line Tours, 1740 Broadway #2, NY 10019, (800) 669-0051, Fax: (212) 247-6956
    • Guide Service of New York, 445 W. 45th St., NY 10036 (212) 408-3332, Fax: (212) 489-7155
    • Happy Apple Tours, 54-48 82nd St., Elmhurst, NY 11373 (718) 639-1106, (800) 421-4518
    • Hasegawa Travel Service, Inc., 250 W. 57th St. #1720, NY 10107 (212) 765-8810, Fax: (212) 765-5748
    • Hello New York, 430 E. 86th St., NY 10028 (212) 861-1323, Fax: (212) 873-0610
    • Kintetsu International Express , 1325 6th Ave, NY 10019 (212) 259-9500, Fax: (212) 259-9505
    • Long Island Rail Road, Jamaica Station, Queens, NY 11435 (718) 217-LIRR
    • M and W. International (U.S.A.), Inc., 1700 Broadway #1702, NY 10019 (212) 246-7446, Fax: (212) 265-4986
    • Manhattan Double Decker Tours, 10 E. 39th St. #528, NY 10016 (212) 679-8104
    • Marvelous Manhattan Tours Plus, 244 Madison Ave. #111, NY 10016 (800) 926-8795
    • New York Apple Tours, 2160 N. Central Rd., Fort Lee, NJ 07024 (800) NY TOURS, Fax: (201) 461-5100
    • New York Double Decker Tours, Inc., 350 Fifth Ave. #6104, NY 10118 (212) 967-6008, Fax: (212) 967-5949
    • Olympia Trails Bus Co., 200 Bayway Ave., Elizabeth, NJ 07202 (212) 964-6233, Fax: (212) 385-2268
    • Premier Coach, Inc., 305 Madison Ave. #546, NY 10165 (212) 599-3600, Fax: (212) 286-1731
    • Short Line Tours/American Sightseeing NY, 166 W. 46th St., NY 10036, (212) 397-2620
    • Short Line/Gray Line Tours, 1740 Broadway #2, NY 10019 (212) 397-2620, (800) 669-0051

    NYC Tours By Air

    • Biplane Adventure Tours, Old Bridge Port, NJ, (908) 446-1300
    • Island Helicopter Sightseeing, East 34th St. Heliport, NY (212) 683-4575, Fax: (212) 564-957
    • Liberty Helicopter Tours, Heliport at W. 30th St. & 12th Ave., NY 10001 (800) 542-9933, Fax: (212) 465-8737

    NYC Tours By Sea
    • The Pioneer, NY (212) 748-8786
    • Seaport Liberty Cruises, NY (212) 425-3737
    • Staten Island Ferry, NY (212) 806-6940
    • Bacon Yacht Charters, Hudson River-W. 79th St. Boat Basin, NY 10024 (212) 873-7558
    • Captain Mike's Diving, 634 City Island Ave., City Island, Bronx, NY (800) 540-7386, Fax: (718) 885-2543
    • Circle Line Sightseeing , Pier 83 (west end of 42nd St.), NY 10036-1095 (212) 563-3200, Fax: (212) 563-3347
    • Circle Line Statue of Liberty , South Ferry, Battery Park, NY 10004 (212) 269-5755, Fax: (212) 425-2215
    • Dorothy B VII, Pier 6, Emmons Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11235 (718) 646-4057, Fax: (718) 769-4065
    • Dove Yacht Charters, Pier 84 at W. 43rd St. and Hudson River, NY 10036 (212) 594-1561
    • Entrepreneur Yacht Charters, 27 William St. #1707, NY 10005 (212) 509-0993, Fax: (212) 509-1494
    • Express Sightseeing Cruises, Pier 11, Wall St., NY 10004 (908) 872-2628, (800) BOAT-RIDE
    • NY Waterway-Ferry Bus System, 38th St. and Twelfth Ave., NY 10018 (800) 53-FERRY
    • Spirit Cruises, 99 Wall St. #500, NY 10005 (212) 480-2970, (201) 867-6201

    NYC Speciallized Theme Tours From A To Z
    • World Yacht - The Premier Dining Cruise
      World Yacht Marina, Pier 81, West 41st Street at the Hudson River, NY, NY 10036
      Tel 212-630-8100, Fax 212-630-8125, 800-498-4270 mktgwy@worldyacht.com
    • Circle Line - New York's best sightseeing and live music cruises.
      Pier 83, West 42nd St., New York, NY 10036
      Tel 212-563-3200, Fax 212-563-3347 info@circleline.com
    • A.A. Jack and Bill Tours and Transportation, 234 W. 48th St., NY 10036 (212) 265-5255
    • Allied Tours, 165 W. 46th St., NY 10036 (212) 869-5100, Fax: (212) 302-6129
    • American Express Destination Services, 195 Broadway #1902, NY 10007 (212) 464-9213
    • Americantours International East, 347 Fifth Ave., NY 10016 (212) 683-5337, Fax: (212) 683-4986
    • Americascope Tour Services, 220 E. 23rd St., NY 10010 (212) 684-7610, Fax: (212) 532-0786
    • Apollo Theatre, 253 W. 125th St. (Seventh-Eighth Aves.), NY 10027 (212) 222-0992, Fax: (212) 749-2743
    • Ar-Col Travel , 8915 Wall St., Box 9116, North Bergen, NJ 07047, (800) 852-6335, Fax: (201) 854-7689
    • ARA Leisure Services/Ellis Island National Monument, NY (212) 344-0996
    • Arts and Events, Inc., 369 Lexington Ave. Fl. 11, NY 10017 (212) 682-4236, Fax: (212) 682-2071
    • Backstage on Broadway, 228 W. 47th St., NY 10036 (212) 575-8065, Fax: (212) 575-8482
    • Big Onion Tours, Columbia University, Box 250201, NY 10025-1532 (212) 439-1090, Fax: (212) 663-8440
    • Bonjour U.S.A./American Motivation, 136 e. 57th St. #1700, NY 10022 (212) 759-0466, Fax: (212) 751-9391
    • Brooklyn Borough Hall, Meet at 209 Joralemon St, Brooklyn, NY (718) 855-7882
    • Central Park Bicycle Tour, 310 W. 55th St., NY 10019 (212) 603-9750
    • Central Park Trolley Tours, The Arsenal, Central Park, NY 10021 (212) 360-2766
    • Citywalks: Walking Tours of New York, 410 W. 20th St., NY 10011 (212) 989-2456
    • Classtours, Inc., 636 Broadway #702, NY 10012 (212) 353-0880, Fax: (212) 353-9355
    • Concord Tours, P.O. Box 4446, 505 47th St., Union City, NJ 07087, (800) 348-3305, Fax: (201) 348-0779
    • Connections, Unltd., 175 Fifth Ave. #2146, NY 10010 (212) 777-0232
    • Convention Tours Unlimited, 903 Park Ave. #2A, NY 10021 (212) 545-1160, Fax: (212) 685-8828
    • Eldridge Street Project, 12 Eldridge St., NY 10012 (212) 219-0888, (212) 966-4782
    • Field Studies Center of NY, 228 W. 47th St., NY 10036 (212) 575-8065, (800) 445-7074, Fax: (212) 575-8482
    • Fund for Brooklyn, 30 Flatbush Ave., Fl. 5, Brooklyn, NY 11217 (718) 885-7882, Fax: (212) 802-9095
    • Gata Tours, Inc., 82 S. Bayles Ave., Port Washington, NY 11050-3729, (800) 245-4282, Fax: (516) 944-3137
    • Grace A. Zangwill Associates, Inc., 211 E. 53rd St., NY 10022 (212) 593-3489
    • Gracie Mansion Conservancy Tour Program, East End Ave. at 88th St., NY 10128 (212) 570-4751
    • Viewpoint International, NY (212) 355-1055
    • Big Apple Greeters, NY (212) 669-8159
    • Sidewalks of New York, NY (212) 517-0201
    • Art Horizons International, NY (212) 969-9410
    • Daily-Thorp Cultural Tours, NY (212) 307-1555
    • Guides Association of NYC, 161 W. 75th St. #8F, NY 10023-1806 (212) 969-0666, Fax: (212) 873-2788
    • Guides-on-Tape, Inc., 21 E. 90th St. #7B, NY 10128 (212) 348-6100
    • Harlem Spirituals, Inc., 1697 Broadway #203, NY 10019 (212) 757-0425, Fax: (212) 757-0435
    • Harlem, Your Way! , 129 W. 130th St., NY 10027 (212) 690-1687, (800) 382-9363, Fax: (212) 866-7133
    • Inside New York, 203 E. 72nd St., NY 10021 (212) 861-0709, Fax:(212) 570-2988
    • Jewish New York, NY (212) 951-7072
    • Joyce Gold Tours, 141 W. 17th St., NY 10011 (212) 242-5762, Fax:(212) 242-5762
    • Keynote Associates, 153 Ft. Lee Rd., Teaneck, NJ, NY 07666 (201) 836-6100, (212) 772-6100
    • Liberty View Tours, 10 Mohawk Dr., Springfield, NJ 07081, (800) 231-2189, Fax: (201) 379-7213
    • Lucille Yokell Enterprises, Ltd., 136 E. 56th St. #5M, NY 10022 (212) 759-5268, Fax: (212) 754-5198
    • Tours of Manhattan, Princeton, NJ (609) 921-2647
    • Circle Line Around Manhattan, Pier 83 at W. 43rd St., NY (212) 563-3200
    • Doorway to Design, 1441 Broadway, NY (212) 221-1111, (718) 339-1542
    • Fulton Fish Market, 11 Fulton St., NY (212) 608-2920
    • Madison Square Garden, Four Pennsylvania Plaza, NY 10001 (212) 465-6080
    • Manhattan in Motion, 2530 Garfield Ave. So., Minneapolis, MN, NY 55405 (612) 871-4433, (800) 838-9911
    • Manhattan Passport, 236 E. 47th St. #PH 1-A, NY 10017 (212) 832-9010
    • Manhattan Tours, 306 W. 38th St., NY 10018 (212) 563-2570, Fax:(212) 947-7681
    • Metro Tour Service, 294 Dekalb Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11205 (718) 789-0430, Fax: (212) 924-9055
    • Metropolitan Opera House Tour, Lincoln Center, Broadway at 64th St., NY 10023 (212) 769-7020
    • N.A.R. (UK), Inc., 445 W. 54th St. #2D, NY 10019 (212) 247-3371, Fax: (212) 956-2889
    • New York at Night, 330 First Ave. #D, NY 10009 (212) 477-8687
    • New York Visions, Ltd., 1697 Broadway, NY 10019 (212) 757-0425
    • Nippon Travel Agency Pacific, Inc., 120 W. 45th St., NY 10036 (212) 944-8782, (800) 872-6821
    • NYC Tours, 1234 Fifth Ave. #113, NY 10029 (212) 360-2774, (212) 360-2791
    • Off and Around the Beaten Path, 2383 Walton Ave., Bronx, NY 10468 (718) 562-4735
    • Pacific Select, 120 W. 45th St., NY 10036 (212) 944-8931, Fax: (212) 764-2686
    • Radio City Music Hall Productions, 1260 Ave. of the Americas, NY 10020 (212) 246-4600
    • Restaurant Associates, 36 W. 44th St. Fl. 5, NY 10036 (212) 755-8300, (800) 388-8190
    • RMP Travel, Inc., 301 W. 53rd St. #3A, NY 10019 (212) 581-8051, (800) 223-0864, Fax: (212) 956-8063
    • Rock and Roll Tours , P.O. Box 534, Village Station, NY 10014 (212) 807-ROCK, Fax: (212) 255-4245
    • Safaris, Inc., 135 W. 50th st. #1950, NY 10020 (212) 246-8310, Fax:(212) 541-4013
    • Sashay Around the Big Apple, 314 W. 53rd St., NY 10019 (212) 757-6442, Fax: (212) 489-3533
    • Shackman-Ryden Associates, 301 E. 75th St., NY 10021 (212) 717-4150
    • Signature Tours, 520 E. 76th St., NY 10021 (212) 517-4306, Fax:(212) 724-1278
    • Small Journeys Inc., 114 W. 86th St. #12B, NY 10024 (212) 874-7300
    • Soho Art Tours, 121 Wooster St., NY 10012 (212) 431-8055, Fax:(212) 233-4204
    • Specialized Travel, Inc., 162-27 Depot Rd., Flushing, NY 11358 (718) 886-7777, Fax: (718) 358-6227
    • Spirit of New York Harbor Cruises, 99 Wall St. #500, NY 10005 (212) 742-PARTY, (212) 480-3496
    • Sutherland Travel Service, Inc., 370 Lexington Ave., NY 10017, (800) 221-2442, Fax: (212) 532-7741
    • T PRO Inc., 1500 Broadway #32, NY 10036 (212) 852-TPRO, Fax:(212) 302-8785
    • Talk-A-Walk/Sound Publishers Inc., 30 Waterside Plaza, NY 10010 (212) 686-0356, Fax: (212) 686-0356
    • The Brooklyn Museum, 200 Eastern Pkwy., Brooklyn, NY 11238 (718) 638-5000
    • The LimoTour, 1636 Third Ave. #420, NY 10128 (212) 423-0101, (800) 255-4669, Fax: (212) 423-0404
    • The Municipal Art Society, 457 Madison Ave., NY 10022 (212) 935-3960
    • The NYC Botanical Garden, Southern Blvd. (200th St.), Bronx 10458 (718) 817-8700, Fax: (718) 220-6504
    • The Personal Touch, Inc., 68-34 Fleet St., Forest Hills, NY 11375, (800) 438-1596, Fax: (212) 397-4682
    • Tours and Travel Odyssey, Inc., Box 250, Livingston, NJ 07039, (800) 527-2989, Fax: (201) 994-1618
    • Trans America Travel Service, Inc., 60 E. 42nd St., NY 10165 (212) 370-0222, Fax: (212) 370-0757
    • U.S. Gateways, 553 Willow Ave., Cedarhurst, NY 11516 (516) 374-4455
    • U.S.A. Travel, Inc., 206 Central Ave., Jersey City, NJ 07307, (800) 872-8809, Fax: (201) 217-0728
    • Urban Explorations, 28-15 34th Ave. #5G, Long Island City, NY 11103 (718) 721-5254
    • Urban Ventures, Inc., 38 W. 32nd St. #1412, NY 10001 (212) 594-5650, Fax: (212) 947-9320

    NYC Transportation Information Guide For Tourists
    • General Information: (718) 330-3000 (24 Hours)
    • Travel Information: (718) 330-1234
    • Travel Information for Non-English Speakers: (718) 330-4847
    • Travel Information for the Disabled: (718) 330-8585
    • Travel Information for the Hearing Impaired: (718) 330-8273
    • Customer Assistance: (718) 330-3322
    • Lost & Found: (718) 625-6200

    Important Bus Info For Tourists

    • Command Bus Company: (718) 272-0900
    • Green Bus Lines: (718) 995-4700
    • Jamaica Buses: (718) 526-0800
    • Liberty Lines Express: (718) 652-8400
    • New York Bus Service: (718) 994-5500
    • Queens Surface: (718) 445-3100
    • Triboro Coach: (718) 335-1000

    Getting Around

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    New Jersey Transit Information

  • Information: (201) 762-5100 or (800) 772-2222
  • Hearing Impaired: (800) 772-2287
  • Comments/Questions: (201) 491-9400 or 800-772-3606
  • Hoboken Lost & Found: (201) 714-2739
  • Newark Lost & Found: (201) 491-8792
  • New York Lost & Found: (212) 630-7389
  • NJ Transit Police: (800) 242-0236 (in NJ) (201) 491-4704

    Long Island Railroad Information
  • Information: (718) 217-5477 or (516) 822-5477 (Nassau) or (516) 231-5477 (Suffolk)
  • Lost & Found: (212) 643-5228
  • Ticket Refunds: (718) 558-3488
  • Vending Machine Assistance: (800) 325-LIRR
  • Problems & Complaints: (718) 558-8228
  • Main Switchboard: (718) 558-7400 or (516) 733-3900
  • Group Sales: (718) 558-7498 or (516) 733-3900 ext. 7498
  • LIRR Police: (718) 558-3300 or (516) 733-3900

    Port Authority Trans-Hudson Information (PATH)
  • PATH Information: (800) 234-PATH (7284)
  • Transportation info for Hearing Impaired: (800) PATH-CAL

    Staten Island Railway Information
  • Information: (718) 966-SIRT


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