The Best Places to Visit in Florida
Flushing Beach: The largest beach in New York state, it’s also the birthplace of two of its most beloved characters: the Flushing Gang, the neighborhood’s most notorious criminal group, and its former mayor, who’s now a major political player.
It’s the epicenter of New York City’s New York Mafia and the birthplace and home of The Powerpuff Girls.
And while you can’t get the entire island, you can get a feel for the city by visiting the famous Statue of Liberty.
The island has an extensive zoo, a museum, a theater, and an amphitheater.
If you’re interested in exploring more, head over to the World’s Largest Zoo, where you can see everything from giant pandas to a whale in a box.
Or just go for a walk on the beach with the beachcombers at the beachfront park.
If, like us, you’re just looking for a place to chill out, you might want to take a dip in the lake on Long Island, a scenic stretch of shoreline along the West Side of Manhattan.
If there’s anything to do on Long Islanders vacation, it should be on Long Beach, which has a wide array of museums and art galleries and a number of restaurants and bars.
The beach is the home of the World Series of Poker, which is where the Big Apple’s highest-stakes poker players meet and play.
You can also take a cruise on the iconic ferry, which runs daily between Long Beach and New York, but you might have to wait in line.
If the beaches are your thing, the island of Martha’s Vineyard offers a few things to do: Visit its famous stone castles, visit the famous St. Augustine’s Cathedral, visit its famed beaches, or enjoy a visit to the town’s famous historical sites.
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