Today I am sharing some facts about Buffalo, NY that surprised me – that it was one of the wealthiest city in the US, has countless architectural gems, and some other fun facts!
I’d been dreaming of a fall foliage road trip for a long time, and finally made it happen this year, exploring upstate New York during the most colorful time of year.
New York is easy to love…read on for a list of thirty-three things we love about the city, in no particular order, plus the best NYC video in our opinion of all time. Then please share your favs in the comments below!
Being on the road 365 days a year, we have stayed at some of the world’s best, and worst, hotels. Our Hotel Tip of the Week series offers accommodation recommendations for both budget and luxury hotels we have stayed in and personally recommend. This week: Hotel Giraffe, Lower Manhattan, New York.
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.
From a mini self-hosted TV tour of NYC to a fabulous foodie Philly experience, we’re now on stop two of our Great American Road Trip from New York City to New Orleans. Watch this space, as we provide daily updates from each stop. Today we are in Philly!
New York has been treating me exceptionally well since I got here at the beginning of the month, spoiling me with perfect spring weather that feels more like summer!
I just returned from a city break to Buffalo, a city that took me by surprise! I had no idea I’d be wowed by so much grand architecture, art, and quirky neighborhoods!
Join me for an afternoon stroll across Brooklyn’s famous Greenwood Cemetery – my twilight walk around the burial grave was one of my favorite days last week!