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The United States' most populous city and the country's leading port, is also its financial, business, and cultural center. The "Big Apple" has innumerable points of interest. These range from the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island to the Museum of the American Indian. Castle Clinton National Monument, at the Battery, has been restored as a Fortress. The New York Stock Exchange, where you can witness the pulse of the American economy from the visitor's gallery. Up Wall Street is St. Paul's Chapel (1746-66), New York's only extant pre-revolutionary building, where Washington prayed after his first inauguration (1789). New York's towers, topped by the 110-floor World Trade Center, are famous. So are, such museums as South Street Seaport Museum, where a ship that rounded Cape Horn 100 years ago may be boarded.

Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine, begun in 1892, will be the largest Gothic structure in the world when completed.

New York's history may be found around any corner. There are the Brooklyn Bridge, Theodore Roosevelt's boyhood home, and Hamilton Grange, home of Alexander Hamilton.


New YorkCentral Park is a sanctuary of green in the heart of Manhattan. You can visit the zoo, take in free plays at the Delacorte Theatre, hire a horse-drawn cab at Central Park South, or jog, cycle, stroll, or skate on the miles of paths and roads. There are several other fine parks on the hilly banks of the Hudson River, including Riverside Park, Fort Washington Park, and Fort Tryon Park, site of the Cloisters - a Medieval Art Museum encompassing five authentic French Cloisters.

The theatres of glamorous Broadway are just a small sample of New York's entertainment and nightlife. Greenwich Village is famous for jazz and folk clubs, as well as small experimental theaters. At the other end of the spectrum is world-famous Lincoln Center for Performing Arts, home of the Metropolitan Opera and the New York Philharmonic Orchestra. The fifth avenue is famous for exclusive shops and international department stores. Here also is Rockefeller Center, home of Radio City Music Hall and every winter, the city's most famous Christmas tree.


North of Manhattan in the Bronx is the New York International Wildlife Park (known as the Bronx Zoo) and the New York Botanical Garden. Get a fine overview of New York by taking a 90-minute or three-hour circle line boat tour around Manhattan Island. The city's best sight-seeing bargain is a ride on Athe Staten Island Ferry. Leaving from South Ferry in Battery Park, the ride offers a superb view of the skyline and harbor.



New Orleans




Overview
Visitors to the crescent city tread history-laden grounds. The heart of the city is the French Quarter, the oldest part of the city, some of whose streets still bear names given to them in 1718. The heart of the quarter is Jackson Square, facing the Mississippi River and named in honor of the hero of the battle of New Orleans and centered by an equestrian statue of General Andrew Jackson. Along one side of the square is St. Louis Cathedral, one of the oldest in the United States, flanked by the Cabildo, once the seat of Spanish Government, and the Preshytere. Beyond is the French Market, with colorful stands, shops, and coffeehouses. Down Decatur Street, at the end of Explanade Avenue, stands the massive old U.S.Mint, now under the jurisdiction of the Louisiana State Museum. At it's peak it produced $5 million in coins a month. The Jackson Brewery is a complex of shops, entertainment, and restaurants housed in a restored 1891 brewery overlooking the river. River Walk is a huge marketplace located in an old warehouse district and featuring unusual food and retail shops. The Aquarium of the Americas, by the river walk, contains more than a million gallons of water teeming with more than 7,500 exciting sea-life specimens. Uptown on beautiful St. Charles avenue is the 400-acre Audubon Park and Zoo containing lush vegetation, waterfalls, and more than 1,800 animals.


Miami

Overview
Sea and sunshine, glittering luxury hotels, and an endless variety of things to do have made this one of America's favorite resort centers. Swimming at beaches, boating in Biscayne Bay, playing golf, and fishing from piers, causeways, and ocean-going boats are all superb. Racing fans find excitement at Calder, and nearby Hialeah Park. Youngsters are delighted by the Miami Sea Aquarium, Parrot Jungle, and Monkey Jungle. The Metro Zoo features animals in natural habitats. Nearby is the Museum of Science displays ranging from Florida wildlife to gemology and sky shows in the planetarium.


Montreal

Overview
Canada's second largest city, Montreal, is also the world's second-largest French-speaking city, exceeded only by Paris. Those who visited Expo '67, Montreal's World Fair, find its beautiful island site exciting as ever. Named the Pare Deslles, here you will find the Casino de Montreal, la Ronde Amusement Park, beautiful gardens and worldwide floral displays. The spacious city is rich in beautiful parks and gardens. The largest, Maisonncuve, has the Botanical Gardens with Chinese and Japanese gardens and conservatories; Olympic Park, adjacent to Maisonncuve, offers guided tours of the superb athletic facilities built for the 1976 summer Olympic games. Pare Angrignon Enchants Families at its children's zoo and other attractions; Mont Royal (Mount Royal) spreads across the summit of the 764-foot hill that gave the city its name; on the north slope is St. Joseph's Oratory with its outstanding French Carillon. Visitors and residents go underground in droves at Place Ville-Marie or Place Bonaventure, where hundreds of shops, restaurants, cinemas, and cafes glitter along the concourses, a temptation to both the eye and the pocket. Another sub-surface tour, on Montreal's noiseless, pneumatic-tire subway, reveals that each station is different in design and a veritable art gallery. Tourists turn the clock back a few centuries at Place D'armes. The Chateau Ramezay, built in 1705 as the French Governor's residence, is open as a museum of that period. Notre-Dame-de-Bonsecours, built in 1773 for early sailors and voyagers, is Montreal's oldest Chapel.


Los Angeles


Overview
Angel's Gate LighthouseHollywood, movie and television capital, is only a part of the west coast's leading metropolis, which began in an area around the old Spanish Plaza, north of the Civic Center. The sidewalk cafes and Mexican shops of Olvera Street, Chinatown, and little Tokyo are special aspects of the city.
The Farmers Market is where Angelenos buy everything from Oriental Art to Swiss cheese. Among the great museums of art are the County Museum of Natural History, the Museum of Contemporary Art, the Wells Fargo History Museum, and the Gene Autry Western Heritage Museum. Children's Museum is an active museum where children can learn by doing, touching, and exploring.
Hollywood Bowl is home to "Symphonies Under The Stars", and Dodger Stadium in Chavez Ravine is home to baseball. At the Civic Center is the Center for Performing Arts. The Universal Studios Hollywood tour in Universal City and the Paramount Studios tour offer a peek behind the scenes of movie production and special effects. NBC Studios tour, Barbank, provides a glimpse of TV production. The Coliseum at Exposition Park is home to USC football, and the Sports Arena home to the Clippers (basketball) and Ice Dogs(hockey). The forum in nearby Inglewood is home to the Lakers (basketball) and Kings (hockey). In Valencia, Six Flags Magic Mountain offers more than 100 rides and family attractions.





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