Travel to Queens, New York – Episode 487

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Travel to Queens, New York - Amateur Traveler Episode 487

Hear about travel to the borough of Queens in New York City as the Amateur Traveler talks to Brian Cicioni from about this less visited part of the city.

Brian tells us about Queens where “almost half of the 2 million residents are said to be foreign born”. We talk about sites and museums and a lot about the ethnic food scene of various neighborhoods. Queens is more than just the home to the Mets and the 1964 New York World’s Fair.

We talk about the Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria as well as nearby Kaufman Astoria Studios which produces tv shows like Sesame Street and Orange is the New Black.

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Show Notes

Brian Cicioni
Queens Info
Jackson Heights Info
Flushing Info
Elmhurst Info
Flushing Meadows Corona Park
The New York Mets
Long Island Rail Road
Long Island City Info
Socrates Sculpture Park Info
Isamu Noguchi
The Living Pyramid
Titan Foods
Astoria Park Info
Hell’s Gate Bridge Info
Aliada Restaurant
Elias Corner For Fish
Museum Of The Moving Image
Kaufman Astoria Studios
A Bronx Tale
The Louis Armstrong House
Uruguaya Restaurant
Dulce de Leche
The Lemon Ice King Of Corona
New York Hall Of Science
Meadow Lake Info
Hong Kong Dragon Boat Festival
Forest Hills High School
Hong Kong Dragon Boat Festival
Urubamba Restaurant
Queens International Night Market
Rock Away Beach Info
Malcolm X
Troma Studio
Lloyd Kaufman
Sunset Park
Astoria Park Info
Roosevelt Park Info
Four Freedoms Park
St Johns Cemetery

Travel to Queens, New York - Amateur Traveler Episode 487

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by Chris Christensen

Chris Christensen is the creator of the Amateur Traveler blog and podcast, and a co-host for This Week in Travel podcast.

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