Posts Tagged: New York

Travel
Must See in NYC – The First-Time Visitor’s Guide
October 18, 2018
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Must See in NYC – The First-Time Visitor’s Guide
It’s easy to think “I’ll never have enough time for it all” when planning your first visit to New York City. There is so much history and culture crammed into Manhattan, let alone the other four boroughs that make up the City. That’s why I’ve waited until after my sixth visit to write this list […]
Travel
Your New England Summer Road Trip Itinerary
September 27, 2018
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Your New England Summer Road Trip Itinerary
Breeze through significant historical sites, natural delights and creative highlights of America’s northeast with this 8-day New England summer road trip itinerary.  This route will take you to five states – Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Maine (just), Rhode Island, Connecticut – with a sixth, New York, depending on your choice of airports and the optional detour. […]
The Arts
5 Things You Didn’t Know About Woodstock
July 26, 2018
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5 Things You Didn’t Know About Woodstock
In the summer of 1969, 400,000 people descended on a muddy field in the Catskills, New York to enjoy “3 days of peace and music” at Woodstock. Although some of the events of that August are blurred by the drug-fueled haze, the music endures clear as a bell. The music is why someone like me […]
Travel
What to Pack for New York City During Any Season
March 2, 2017
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What to Pack for New York City During Any Season
Having now experienced the Big Apple’s rollercoaster of climatic conditions, I have put together a tried and true guide for what to pack in New York City at any time of year. The bonus is that these seasonal packing lists are carry-on friendly, so you can minimize your luggage and/or save space for shopping and […]
Culture
Things to do in New York City (the Second Time)
February 9, 2017
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Things to do in New York City (the Second Time)
On the first visit, you scaled the Empire State Building, wandered Wall Street, cycled Central Park, saw a Broadway show, marveled at The Met, hiked the Hight Line and probably got up-close and personal with the Statue of Liberty. Now you‘re fortunate enough to be returning to New York City, so what will you do […]
Travel
10 Lessons Learnt The Hard Way Exploring NYC The First Time
September 8, 2016
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10 Lessons Learnt The Hard Way Exploring NYC The First Time
Even with Google at your fingertips, a Lonely Planet in your back pocket, and oodles of research there are still mistakes or at least lessons to be learnt in travel – that is part of its charm. Though nothing disastrous happened on my first Big Apple adventure, there were a few tips that would have saved […]
The Arts
New York City Street Art
May 19, 2016
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Art on the Street – New York City
What better place to experience street art than its childhood playground, New York City. There’s plenty of grey walls to liven up and old news to paint over in this urban jungle. There are statements to be made, messages to be sent and creative inspiration to pursue in the city that never sleeps. Beginning not far away […]