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The Big Apple is made up of five boroughs, each with their own flavor, and variety of experiences to enjoy. While the city has a subway system, a car rental is more convenient and will allow you to see everything on your itinerary. For your convenience, there are several rental agencies to be found at the John F. Kennedy Airport (JFK) where you can pick up a rental car. If you need a minute to regroup after your long flight, drive out to Brighton Beach and enjoy the sunshine.
To get a feel for the vibe of New York City, your first stop should be Times Square. At this busy intersection, you can view the jumbotrons and billboards with their nonstop advertisements, and get your first taste of the frantic pace of this city.
From the observation deck of the Empire State Building, you'll have panoramic views of almost all of Manhattan, as well as the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. If you want to take a closer look, a ferry will take you out to the Statue of Liberty, and an elevator ride brings you into the crown.
When you leave the José Joaquín de Olmedo International Airport (GYE) in Guayaquil, Ecuador, for New York City, you can expect to be on the plane for a little over six and half hours on a non-stop flight.