3. Transport can be cheap.
American traffic is a lot worse than we can imagine, so to combat this they have started multiple ways to help you move in and around the cities, from public transport( bus, trains, and trams), taxis, Uber, Lift, private cars and our favourite bicycles. If you would like to see more of the Big Apple or even The Capital, I would highly recommend renting a bicycle for as little as $2 a day. This will allow you to see more of the beautiful cities due to less traffic and getting fit doing this.
4. Not a lot of high buildings in Washington DC.
As we are aware everything is bigger and better than the rest of the world and they make sure you can see this. However, this is not true in Washington as the myth runs that no building may be built higher than the Capitol Building, so a lot of the buildings are built down and not up. Some buildings might run 10 floors down rather than up so just imaging the beautiful skyline.
5. Grand Central station a must-see.
What makes the train stations in America special is not only the history, but you are also able to find some of the best food in the world there. However, Central Station has a hiding gem that is only believable once you have done it. No matter how busy the station is you can stand on the one corner and whisper something to someone in the other corner of the station and it will be clear as can be.