Things To Do: Summer NYC

Does your girlfriend want to do something other than watch you play video games?

Call in sick on a work day and looking for something adventurous to do?

Got family in town for a reunion and want to keep them out of your house?

Try these.

Central Park Aero Balloon Rides:

Balloon Details:

When: July 25 to August 22, 2008:
7am – 10pm, weather permitting

Where: Cherry Hill, Central Park at 72nd Street, west of Bethesda Fountain

Cost: Adults: $25; children: $17.50.

AeroBalloon™ is an anchored, helium-filled, state-of-the-art balloon that ascends to a height of 300 feet. The balloon will fly daily from July 25 to August 22, 2008 at Cherry Hill in Central Park, and will take up to four passengers at a time for a 10 minute ride. Riders are welcome from 7am to 10pm.

Get a spectacular daytime view of Central Park and bustling streets, or wait until sundown and float above dazzling city lights.


NYC Duck Tours.

NYC Ducks (with Reservation)
Star Not Your Ordinary Duck Tour! Star
Offered By: NYC Ducks
New York City’s ONLY land & water visitor experience. Enjoy the action of Times Square, the fun and excitement of seeing New York City on land and sea in one vehicle, the exhilaration of a simulated sea voyage and the splendor of New York’s skyline all from a NYC Duck! When you choose to make a reservation we will hold seat(s) for the departure date and time you select.

Operates: Daily
Tour Length: Approximately 75 minutes
Departs From: Times Square; east side of Broadway (between 47th & 48th Streets)

Adult – $19.00
Child (Ages 3-11) – $9.00

What to Expect:
An exciting and memorable experience awaits the whole family at NYC Ducks. Whether you’re a first time visitor or a native, we will show you New York City from a new and unique perspective.



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