NEW YORK – I am competing for space on the stately marble stairs with dozens of other camera-wielding tourists, all of us aiming our lenses at the teeming floor below. It’s like Grand Central around here.
And that, of course, is because it’s Grand Central. Manhattan’s Grand Central Terminal celebrates its 100th birthday this year, and there’s plenty to do here even if you don’t have a train or subway to catch. The grand station offers good places to dine and shop, and it’s also a good jumping-off point for a tour of 42nd Street.
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