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FacilitiesLanguage lab, library, media centre, projection room, AV equipment, self-access centre, language learning software, study room, business lounge, interactive whiteboards, self-access computers, high speed Wi-Fi internet, cafeteria.
|Special diet (per week)||30 USD|
|Christmas with the host family (full board) (25.12-26.12.2019)||60 USD|
|Airport transfer (on arrival) (JFK, LaGuardia, Newark)||140 USD|
Other accommodation options
|Host family, single room, half board (Outside Manhattan (35-60 minutes))|
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Executive host family
Accommodation with a family in a single room with private bathroom (subject to availability). Half board or breakfast only.
Wide range of accommodation options inside and outside Manhattan.
New Yorker residence
Located a 15-minute walk from the school, this residence features single, en suite rooms with free Wi-Fi and bed linen. A TV and a refrigerator are also at your disposal, and laundry facilities are available on site. Take advantage of the common areas – the lounges, the kitchen, the gym and the computer room – to have a good time with your international friends! From the residence, you can easily walk to Times Square, Broadway and Macy’s department store!
St Giles Court Hotel
Studio private with fully equipped kitchen
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To be discovered:- The Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island
MOMA, Guggenheim Museum
Natural History Museum
Theatre evenings on Broadway
Live concerts in Central Park, Le Poisson Rouge or Union Hall
1920s atmosphere at the Back Room (102 Norfolk Street)
Baseball match at Yankee Stadium
The Ukrainian and Russian district of Brighton Beach
Club Lounges: Pacha, Cielo, Nublu
Art galleries on West 26th Street
Sunday Brunch at Café Loup
Shopping on 5th Avenue
Clubs, shows, concerts, galleries and events 7 days a week
Excursion to Niagara Falls, Boston and Washington
Visit to the Federal Reserve Bank