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USA Radio
November 9, 2015

An Instagram Tour through New York City, New York

In honor of World Tourism Day, Australia’s helloworld organized an Instagram relay for destinations across the world to showcase their favorite local hotspots and can’t-miss experiences. 60 countries and 75 influencers posted from sunrise to sunset on one of social media’s most popular platforms – Instagram.

Australian T.V. host, Jason Dundas teamed up with NYCgo for an Instagram tour of the Big Apple. He shared all of his favorite spots from Central Park to Brooklyn and made sure to stop for some classic New York City eats including pizza and gourmet cookies! 

Williamsburg Bridge

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Good morning #NewYorkCity! Big thanks to @NYCgo and @helloworldAU.

Laughing Man Coffee & Tea

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'Flat White'? Down in Tribeca you'll find a little hole in the wall gem of a coffee shop called Laughing Man Coffee & Tea. Started by @TheHughJackman who reinvests 100% of its profits to assist community development and entrepreneurial education around the world. 

Rockefeller Park in Battery Park City

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The West Side Highway is one of the better running tracks in Manhattan. Starting at W 72nd street you can follow the Hudson River all the way down to Battery Park where you'll discover my favorite park in the city. @NYrangers

Vesuvio Bakery

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Stop by Vesuvio Bakery, one of the oldest in Soho for my favorite chocolate chip cookie. The bakery first opened in 1920 and has a must-see classic NY store front. 

West Village Brownstones

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Get lost amongst the brownstones in the West Village. 

The High Line Walk Way

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Spend a couple hours exploring the High Line walkway. Start at the new Whitney Museum on Gansavoort and Washington and wander up town.  

Epistrophy Cafe

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Epistrophy Cafe is my number one restaurant in NY. Classic Italian food, chill setting and good people watching. FYI it's cash only. Thank you to the happy staff member for jumping in this pic :) 

Joe's Pizza

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Joe's Pizza, the best slice in NY! 

The Flatiron Building

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The Flatiron Building. 

Central Park

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Central Park. 

Street Art in Soho

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Soho street art. 

Williamsburg, Brooklyn

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To end my day in NY, I wanted to share the one thing that makes this city so special, and that is the people. I headed over to Williamsburg in Brooklyn for the afternoon and spent a few hrs walking around the neighbourhood. It's a must do! I spotted @erinfortuneriley and @oliviainthemoment walking by and knew this was the perfect way to sign off from NY. Thank you so much to @nycgo and @helloworldau, now I pass it over to @Vegas to continue the #helloworldRELAY. 

Interested in learning more about New York City, New York? Visit our city guide here! For even more travel inspiration, check out #helloworldRELAY online.

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