There is so much more to New York than even some locals realize! Here are our top five ways to get off the beaten path to discover things that make New York City really tick!
This week’s Polaroid features the views over Manhattan’s Lexington Avenue from the Roosevelt Island aerial tram – a cable car that crosses the East River.
This article tells you everything you need to know about running the New York marathon. From where to stay to during the New York Marathon, how to get to the start village, what to pack for the marathon, where your friends can watch you along the course, to where to eat after the New York marathon.
Many travelers have, at some point or another, set their sights on visiting New York City. The reasons for this are that the city itself has so much to offer. …
As winter is arriving in New York City, I am getting ready to leave the cold behind, switching the chilly temperature for Colombia’s hot and sunny Caribbean coast.
We may have saved thousands on accommodation costs, but that’s not what made our Brooklyn housesit such a dream. In this post we give an overview of the exciting things we were able to cram in to two months and what the true gift of this particular housesitting experience was for the two of us.
I came to New York for a housesit this summer, and the owners canceled their trip last-minute. I ended up housesitting 8 times there though – find out how I did it:
Yesterday, Coney Island turned into mermaid central when the annual Mermaid Parade marched down the boardwalk for the 32nd time – an unforgettable summer event!
Upon returning to New York from Canada, I went straight out to the Jersey Shore – which turned out to be nothing like I expected! Check out Sandy Hook’s amazing sunset!