Noteworthy America

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You are about to visit America? It's just wonderful! What can be more memorable in the life of a student, but a trip? Having a unique opportunity for using the Work and Travel USA to visit this magnificent country, do not miss opportunity to give yourself an interesting and exciting tour of the most remarkable places. Visit New York! You can never forget this beautiful city, considered the unofficial capital of the world. "Big Apple" – So call it American. He is full of folly and vanity, but at the same time, incredibly attractive and unusual. Power and wealth are contiguous with poverty, and culture and the arts just drags. Go to trip to New York! Statue of Liberty – a majestic symbol of America, located on Ellis Island, where he was once an immigration point, who took the time to 12 million immigrants. ect+Spurs+-+A+San+Antonio+Spurs+Blog+and+Podcast%29’>Spurs. Manhattan – an island of skyscrapers, purchased from Indians for just $ 24. It stretches along the famous Broadway with their banks, shops and theaters.

Broadway show. Visit it! Only here you can see unique performances and conquered the whole world: 'Cats',' Les Miserables', 'Miss Saigon', 'Phantom of the Opera', 'Titanic. Down Town. If you are interested in the business life of New York – this is exactly what you need. You will see the famous Wall Street, World Trade Center and the famous stock exchange. Chinatown. Chinatown will be pleased with cheap shopping and cozy restaurants, you can stock up on souvenirs and gifts for friends and relatives.

Greenwich Village and Soho. Art galleries, cozy cafes, jazz clubs and unique shops – that's what these remarkable neighborhoods. And yet – dizzying nightlife, which is only 2-3 hours of the night reached its peak. Use the program Work and Travel USA and treat yourself to a lot of impressions and pleasant memories! For more information about the program you will be able to found on the official website of the program in Ukraine

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