July 4, 2010
Before July 4th, the day of the Independence of the United States, most New Yorkers expect it planning what to do that day. Some spend the weekend at the beach or do barbecues with family and friends, and others remain in the capital to participate in the traditional fireworks annually held in Manhattan.
In New York takes place the largest firework of the country, and it is a special day for those who scheduled a trip to the Big Apple. Each year some 30,000 explosives are used, with an average of 1,000 explosions per minute. This event is traditionally hosted by the famous Macy’s store chain, one of the largest in the country.
The fireworks started around 9 p.m. and the show lasts 26 minutes or so, and the lights are synchronized with music, making the show an unforgettable experience.
With to this incredible firework, other typical attractions are organized, and it worth a visit, like the Hot Dogs Competition, which takes place in Coney Island, with participants competing with dozens of “hot dogs” . Another point of interest is the street fair; open from 10 am until 8 p.m. on Water Street between Fulton and Broad St. There you will find hundreds of sellers offering all kinds of goods, foods and crafts from around the world.
To fully enjoy this amazing party, we offer our splendid and comfortable apartments in the center of the city, ensuring a fantastic holiday at a competitive price. Come and enjoy New York and be part of this unforgettable experience at its best!