Theater District of New York City is an area of middle in Manhattan where most of the Broadway theaters, as well as other movie theaters, restaurants, hotels and other places of entertainment are located. It is bordered by the west 40th Street on the south, west 54th Street in the north, 6th avenues on the east and the 8th avenue in the west and Times Square. A section of Broadway is named as The Great White Way which runs by the Theater District. It also includes theatrical agencies, television studios, recording studios, record label offices, a Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Odditorium, Duffy Square, Shubert Alley, the Brill Building, and Madame Tussauds New York.
The Golden Gate is 1.7-mile suspension Bridge that connects San Francisco and Marin counties has become one of the most popular and beloved bridges in the world. The Golden Gate Bridge which is also known as the Golden Door of America is one of the most attractive objects of San Francisco.
The French Quarter is also refers as the Vieux Carré (“Old Square”) or the Vieux Carré Historic District which a historical heart of the city and famed for dynamic nightlife and colorful buildings with customized iron balconies. Quieter pathway goes to the French Market featuring gourmet food and native crafts and at Jackson Square where the street actor amuses in front of the St. Louis Cathedral. Jazz clubs, Cajun meals and raucous bars at the crowded Bourbon Street provide brawny cocktails.