June 4th 2013
Hey there, traveler, so you’ve decided to take that trip. Good for you. There are millions of sights to see in this universe and the team at THE OBSERVIST are here to make sure you get the best travelling experience possible.
These days, while the cost of living can be quite high, vacations and day trips into the city can be quite affordable. You just have to know where to go. That’s where we come in.
While the area surrounding the NYC TB landing zone is mostly devoted to business and industry, handling the supply and resource needs of the city, there are a handful of interesting places to check out. The Full Tank is a rest-stop frequented by haulers on their way through the system. It’s always open, but don’t forget to stock up on souvenirs on your way in or out.
If you’re a member, you can also find a local office for the Merchant’s Guild at the landing zone. Who knows, maybe you can pick up some work to give you a little extra spending money.
Once you’re done here, hop a local subway line to take you into the city proper.
If you’re looking for another kind of power, be sure to swing by the flagship RSI Showroom and check out the latest models from the historic ship manufacturer or their small museum highlighting their popular ship models throughout their proud history.
If you’re here on a budget, you gotta understand that nothing in this area is cheap, so it’s probably best to keep on moving south. If you’re a Citizen with Credits to burn, stop by Magellan’s for a cocktail; just don’t blame us if they don’t let you in.
Stop by the historic Bounty Hunter’s Guild at the old armory. Word of warning though, if you start talking to Karnes, the bounty hunter emeritus in residence, it’ll be tough to get him to stop.
Tucked away on 15th street, you’ll find O’Halloran’s, a small neighborhood pub. Their dinner specials are usually great, but the shepherd’s pie is outstanding.
We know we’re just scratching the surface here, but the beauty of a place like New York is the joy of getting lost and seeing what you discover. So start that descent, hop on the train, and get wandering.
After all, that’s the best way to observe.