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NYC – Free Wifi and Flea Markets

Wifi Location Directory — Find A Free Wifi Hotspot:
Why pay for wifi when you can get it for free? The following web page will give you a run-down of locations in New York City that have free Hotspots

http://manhattan.about.com/od/citylife1/a/freewifihotspot.htm

Here are a few that are on the list

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Bryant Park -– The whole park is a wifi hotspot. From 40th to 42nd Streets between Fifth and Sixth Avenues, 212-447-4222.
Chelsea Market — 75 Ninth Ave. at 16th Street, 212-243-6005. Free access throughout the market.
Downtown Alliance provides free wifi access in the following locations:
60 Wall St. Atrium -– 60 Wall St. near Exchange Place
Bowling Green Park -– State Street and Battery Place.
City Hall Park – Between Broadway and Centre St., from Barclay St. to Chambers St.
South Street Seaport -– South St. and Fulton St.
Staten Island Ferry Terminal -– Whitehall Terminal, South St. near Broad St.
Stone Street -– From Broadway to Broad St.
Wall Street Park -– Wall St. from South St. to Front St.
Winter Garden – World Financial Center atrium
Vietnam Veteran’s Plaza — 55 Water St.
Lincoln Center Park — Near Avery Fisher Hall at 10 Lincoln Center Plaza.

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Shopping at Manhattan’s flea markets is a great way to diversify your clothing and jewelry collections without breaking your budget. Check out these markets and pick up hot vintage apparel, the latest fashion accessories and funky items to decorate your apartment – all at affordable prices.

http://manhattan.about.com/od/citylife1/a/fleamarketsnyc.htm

Here are a few that are on the list

Annex/Hell’s Kitchen Flea Market
At the Annex/Hell’s Kitchen Market, discover a truly eclectic selection of vintage clothing, antique jewelry, novelty items, posters, musical instruments, statues, figurines, books and toys. Location: 39th Street between 9th and 10th Avenues Days and times: Saturdays and Sundays, 10AM-6PM

GreenFlea Markets
GreenFlea is one of Manhattan’s most celebrated flea markets. Two locations offer unique and distinctive household items, trinkets and collectibles as well as apparel and accessories.

Locations: On Saturdays, head to Greenwich Avenue & Charles Street between West 10th and West 11th Streets. On Sundays, go to Columbus Avenue between West 76th and West 77th Streets. Days and times: Saturdays 11AM-7 PM, Sundays 10AM-6PM. West Village location reopens March 24, 2007

The Market NYC
When Urban Outfitters gets too crowded, too hipster, or just too routine, Market NYC is the perfect escape. Location: 268 Mulberry Street, between Houston and Prince Streets Days and times: Saturdays and Sundays 11AM-7PM

Another source of flea markets

http://www.timeout.com/newyork/things-to-do/best-flea-markets

My thanks to the Internet for this material

2 comments on “NYC – Free Wifi and Flea Markets

  1. Hi Thom hope you are keeping ok.
    Looks like you have been doing yourhomework on the hotspots alright 😉
    What a shame I can’t visit those flea markets!

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  2. Poppy
    Thanks for the note. Your creation of the postcards would be a big hit in NYC

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