An Englishman (and Geographer) in New York

I'm heading for New York, for the first time, during the Easter break.

I've got a few guide books from colleagues, and advice from people who've been before, and got a hotel booked. We'll be there for quite a few days, and will of course be hitting the usual places you would expect: Top of the Rock, Ground Zero, Staten Island ferry etc.

There's some plans for architecture, film locations, walking the High Line, taking in a show and some psychogeographical wanderings.

Does anyone have any suggestions for things that I definitely should not miss as a geographer?

The Central Park erratics and rĂ´che moutonnee are on the list of course, as well as the many urban highlights.

Image by Ella Parkinson, edited using Prisma app.

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