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11. Posted by Chrisse (Budding Member 20 posts) 8y

well, there's lots to experience on the cheap.

for example, you can stop by williamsburg in brooklyn. it's pretty chill with some cool shops, nice bars + cheap prices. lots of industrial spots and unique graffitti on buildings. it's also just nice to walk across the brooklyn bridge and take some pictures.

same thing with Long Island City in Queens. Lots of old warehouses with cool artwork/artists studios and graffitti - especially around the 5 Pointz building near P.S.1 (Crane Street and Jackson Ave). the 7 train can take you there. i believe the stop is 49th avenue/21st street. just worth checking out if you are interested in exploring some of NYC's underground...

and if you're into hiking or exploring other unique territories, then you should check out Jamaica Bay's Wildlife Refuge - also in Queens. it's really beautiful and cost nothing. you can take the A train to Broad Channel station, and then walk about half a mile to the Visitors Center...

12. Posted by Craig73 (Budding Member 14 posts) 8y

Quoting Chrisse

well, there's lots to experience on the cheap.

for example, you can stop by williamsburg in brooklyn. it's pretty chill with some cool shops, nice bars + cheap prices. lots of industrial spots and unique graffitti on buildings. it's also just nice to walk across the brooklyn bridge and take some pictures.

same thing with Long Island City in Queens. Lots of old warehouses with cool artwork/artists studios and graffitti - especially around the 5 Pointz building near P.S.1 (Crane Street and Jackson Ave). the 7 train can take you there. i believe the stop is 49th avenue/21st street. just worth checking out if you are interested in exploring some of NYC's underground...

and if you're into hiking or exploring other unique territories, then you should check out Jamaica Bay's Wildlife Refuge - also in Queens. it's really beautiful and cost nothing. you can take the A train to Broad Channel station, and then walk about half a mile to the Visitors Center...

Oh thanks for the tips, williamsburg sounds interesting.

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