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New York Marathon

The New York Marathon is one of the most important races in the world and has around 90,000 participants each year. The main attraction of the marathon is not only the $500,000 prize, but also the chance to win in front of around two million spectators.

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Thanksgiving 2014

Thanksgiving Day in the USA is celebrated on the fourth Thursday in November. Originally a religious festival during which people gave thanks to God, Thanksgiving is now a secular event and family occasion.

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US Open

US Open
USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center
Flushing Meadows
New York

The fourth and final of the annual Grand Slam Tennis Tournaments, the US Open, is held over a two week period which usually falls during the last week in August and the first week in September.

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Fourth July/ Independence Day

The Fourth of July, also known as Independence Day, is a bank holiday in the USA. As its name indicates, this holiday is an annual event which is celebrated on the 4 July and it commemorates the day that the USA claimed its independence from the Kingdom of Great Britain and democracy was born. Independence day was declared on 4 July 1776 and it continues to be an important event on the USA calendar to this day.

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Restaurants in New York City, USA

Being one of the most cosmopolitan cities in the world you will find anything when it comes to food in New York, from fast food establishments serving hamburgers, hot dogs and pizzas to exquisite

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Nightlife in New York City

Dreamguides offers you a list of the top nightclubs and discos in New York City. New York is the city that never sleeps....this is why nightlife in New York is so popular.

New York City, USA – City Guide

New York City is the largest city in the United States with around 20 million inhabitants and it is in the north-east of the United States of America on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean.