Washington Square Memorial Arch stands at the bottom of Fifth Avenue at the entrance to Washington Square Park and effectively marks the beginning of Greenwich Village. NYU is on the far side of the park and is a cosmopolitan meeting place particularly on Sundays when it buzzes with all sorts of activities with musicians and performance artists.
The Friends Apartment. We called but Chandler and Monica had moved upstate and Joey had gone to California!
The view from the observatory on the roof of the Rockerfeller Centre or "The Top of the Rock". Behind us is the Empire State Building with Lower Manhattan beyond that.
One of the great New York landmarks, The Brooklyn Bridge, seen from the waterside below the FDR Drive.
The Flatiron Building so called because of its shape which is caused by its position at the junction where Broadway crosses Fifth Avenue. When it was built in 1903 this was the tallest building in New York and was the original "skyscraper".