If you want to feel how it looks to be in USA as shown in the movies, then this is your destination!
About Grand Central Terminal
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Busy but not to crawdad. For one from Europe unusual that the railway station is a national monument. Pleasant surprise - was never in air-conditioned railway station until now.
I am a huge train buff, so visiting THE Grand Central Station was a dream come true. I didn't know what to expect, but I was sure I would feel a connection to its heyday, and I did. The ceiling alone is a sight. A...More
The station is definitely grand with a wealth in it's marble, stone and shining brass fitting. The gem is the ceiling with the constellation of the night sky. Visiting this place will give you an appreciative understanding why the grand central turns up in so...More
This is what all rail stations should be like. It is a palace. I recall as a small boy, what Penn Station was like in the 50s...sadly it is gone. GC is retaining the grandeur of a by gone era. If anyone is a first...More
Was round the corner from our hotel. Was impressive inside huge and absolutely spotless even when we went down to use the subway. The market in it the brilliant, laden with fresh foods Staff were very friendly and willing to help.
If you're not taking a train, it doesn't matter! There are great restaurants, bars, stores - and, of course the grand hall, with its constellation decorated ceiling. My mom used to take me there when I was little, and I've taken many trains, but I...More
Completed in 1913, after 10 years of construction, "Grand" is the key word in the title of this magnificent, colossal structure in NYC. The "Colossal Central Terminal" just dosen't sound right after hearing the other name for so long. Over 100 years ago, a "new"...More
We went to see the building, which is amazing just to see outside as inside. In a large room inside, there has been made a Nordic Foodshop from Denmark. Meyers. Awesome.