Could spend days here. Shopped until my heart was content some great bara and restaurants near by for whenever you have finished. Definitely a must!
Walking around is a great experience. We enjoy people watching as there are much tourists as well as locals. Sup[er area to window shop! There are also activities and something very exciting to do. Check out the forum for the latest.
While I had no intention of stepping foot in one of the fancy stores of Fifth Ave, it was still enjoyable to see them in real life. We were there as tourists, so walking thru the area was part of the NY experience.
We strolled 5th from the Flatiron building up to the glass Apple store where Central Park begins. Along the way you see and visit plenty, some places which were a couple of blocks off 5th, but convenient for our day-long trip up 5th. Along the way we visited the ESB, visited a bakery for some b&w cookies, had a great... More
I honestly don't know what it is about Fifth Avenue but I miss it the most. It was just exciting to be there, walking around and even if just window shopping it was great. It wasn't as expensive as I'd thought it'd be. Actually, much of New York wasn't. There was a feeling there on Fifth Avenue. A place where... More
Famous for the shopping, there are a ton of things to see here. If you can afford the shops, it is a great place to shop. You can literally spend all day here and all of your money. Still a good place to visit.
Flagship store HEAVEN! Michael Korr, Coach, Tiffany's, and everything in between. The shops know how to serve the customer.
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