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Day 1: From Scenic Central Park to the Great White Way
Start the day at 58th Street and 6th Avenue where you’ll explore Central Park on bikes ($9, reg. $15). Cycle your way to Pappardella to pick up an Italian picnic for two ($39, reg. $90), and kick back for lunch with a checkered tablecloth sprawled out on the Great Lawn. After people watching over pasta and biscotti, feast on arts and culture at the world-class Metropolitan Museum of Art for $15, regularly $25, which also allows you to skip the winding line.
All that sightseeing work up an appetite? Make it an early three-course dinner for two at The Carlyle, a New York Times Critics' Pick where you'll get royal-treatment service, for $125 (reg. $238). Then it’s off to the Great White Way to catch an award-winning Broadway show, such as "Chicago The Musical" ($60, reg. $90).
Day 2: Downtown Lowdown
Discover Lower Manhattan and see the Wall Street Bull, Statue of Liberty, Freedom Tower and Woolworth building before setting sail through New York Harbor aboard a 158-foot topsail schooner for $20 a person. Next, visit the Lower East Side for a drinks and appetizers at Fatta Cuckoo, a Zagat pick, for $29 (reg. $78).
After lunch, hop back on the bus to the East Village for dessert: a cupcake tour ($35, reg. $50). Continue south to explore Nolita, near Little Italy, before stopping in for dinner and drinks for two at Wall Street Journal pick Cantine Parisienne for $49 (reg. $108). And in the city that never sleeps, cap off the night at the celebrity-dotted Hotel Chantelle rooftop on the Lower East Side with specialty cocktails for you and your travel mate for $39 (reg. $88).
Day 3: R & R
Two full days of hustling deserves at least one day at the spa, where you'll save more than $100 on a spa day at the iconic Waldorf Astoria. Recharge with a full-body massage and raise a glass to a successful -- and budget-friendly -- visit to New York City.
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