Love and New York this spring 2014! Top Romantic Places in New York City

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Love and New York. Are you living or visiting New York? Are you planning to visit this wonderful city? Are you going to travel with your couple? Are you in love? Would you like some tips about the most romantic places in NYC? Today, top places to live a passionate moment in the world capital.

empire state building Love and New York this spring 2014! Top Romantic Places in New York City

Empire State Building NYC. Photo attribution Bobby Mikul

The Empire State Building. The 102nd floor is the highest point in Manhattan. At night, you can embrace the glimmering city views. Afterwards, go to the 86th floor observatory deck from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. (Thursday through Saturday nights) and enjoy a live jazz saxophonist serenades. Seductive!

Central Park Boathouse. Visit Boathouse restaurant! It’s located in the heart of the park. Request a lakeside table and order your favorite entrees with Champaign. A whole experience! Also, in warm weather and before dusk you can hire a gondolier to take you out on the lake or rent your own rowboats.

To be kissed in the middle of Times Square. This seems very topical. But if you are with the love of your life, you will remember the moment forever. For sure, you will tell your children and grandchildren: “We were there and we sealed our love.”

times square Love and New York this spring 2014! Top Romantic Places in New York City

Times Square

Campbell Apartment. This luxurious historic bar with a Florentine ceiling and stained glass windows was the office of the 20th-century magnate John W. Campbell. The stone fireplace seduces couples and its specialty cocktails make the night unforgettable.

The New York Botanical Garden. The most exotic flowers, trees forming forests, art and cultural activities … all called to love!

kissing parakeets Love and New York this spring 2014! Top Romantic Places in New York City

Kissing. Photo attribution Peter Griffin

HBO Movie Night In Bryant Park (41 W 40th Street.) Every Monday at sunset, Bryant Park comes alive with a free outdoor movie. Then, grab a blanket, some snacks and enjoy on the grass a classics!

Brooklyn Promenade. New York City looks more gorgeous from a distance, but you don’t have to go very far! The Brooklyn Promenade offers a spectacular view of lower Manhattan, very romantic!

Enjoy your spring, Yareah friends. Art is everywhere and love too!

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. I think I am a cosmopolitan person and in fact, I feel the whole world as my town. The same as I have many homelands, I have had many jobs. I worked as a seamstress in my youth and so I became interested in handmade carpets. I have a loom in my house and a craft shop. I have published several craft books for children.