Crowds flock to World Trade Centre deck

People view the sunrise at the newly built One World Observatory at One World Trade Center on the day it opens to the public.

Thousands gather to take in the New York skyline as the observation deck of the new World Trade Centre opens to the public.

New York: Hungry for more

Nadia Lim and fellow My Kitchen Rules NZ judge Grace Ramirez tuck into lobster rolls at The John Dory.

Nadia Lim takes a bite of the Big Apple and shares her top 10 places to eat and things to do.

NYC do's and don't's

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Visiting New York? Do find a rooftop bar but don't pay top dollar to see a show.

Little Havana has unique appeal

Don Pedro Bello Sr., from a long tradition of tobacconists, sits on a chair in front of his Cuba Tobacco Cigar store on the street known as Calle Ocho in Little Havana.

It's not in Cuba - but the Miami neighbourhood has a cultural identity of its own.

The weird museums of NYC

Handmade sadomasochism items are displayed at the new Museum of Sex after it opened in 2002.

The city that never sleeps boasts an apartment filled with actual dirty, an exhibition on the sex lives of animals, and a gallery featuring taxidermy squirrels hanging out at a bar.

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