Video host David Hill of New York Habitat ( http://www.nyhabitat.com ) takes you through the trendy East Village in New York City. This neighborhood is made for those who relish in diversity. Students and artists who attend New York University populate this area and you can experience an energetic atmosphere while visiting.
You can find time to relax with a drink or two at McSorley's Ale House, the oldest bar in Manhattan or enjoy making your way through St. Marks Place. This three-block street is filled with history, stores, bars and restaurants.
Plan your accommodation by searching New York Habitat's listed vacation rentals in New York ( http://www.nyhabitat.com/new-york-apa… ) and Bed & Breakfasts ( http://www.nyhabitat.com/new-york-apa… ). Check out what New York apartment rentals are currently available ( http://www.nyhabitat.com/new-york-apa… ) and let us help you plan your stay.
The streets aren't made of gold — they are made of food in the East Village. Get a taste of what the East Village has to offer, and I mean that literally. New York Food Tours let you experience great tasting cuisine as you walk through the area.
Take a look at this studio accommodation in the East Village (NY — 4062):http://www.nyhabitat.com/new-york-apa… and see where you can rest after eating all that food.
Tompkins Square Park located in the Alphabet City area of East Village (East 10th street and Avenue B) provides 10.5 acres of recreational space for socialites. There you can see the first Dog Run that was created in New York City as well as the Hare Krishna Tree. Another park found in the East Village is the East River Park. Running along the Franklin D. Roosevelt Drive and measuring at 57 acres (Montgomery Street to East 12th Street), you have all the space you need for what it is you like to do.
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So what else is there to see in the East Village? Find a 15-foot steel cube created by Bernard Rosenthal called "The Alamo", located at Astor Place – give it a push to make it revolve. You can also visit the second oldest church in Manhattan, Saint Mark's in-the-Bowery, located at 131 East 10th Street.
Learn more about other great New York City neighborhoods like Greenwich Village ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oFa9pp… ) and Chinatown ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tFOrTh… ).
If you plan to extend your stay look through our available furnished apartments ( http://www.nyhabitat.com/new-york-apa… ). There is a lot more to discover in the East Village. To find out what other attractions are in the East Village take a look at our blog:http://www.nyhabitat.com/blog/2010/03…
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