An unexpected trip to our favorite city in the world overlapped with a massive snowstorm, resulting in seeing a beautifully snow-covered Central Park!
This week’s Polaroid features 5 Pointz, New York City’s street art mecca – an abandoned factory where street artists from around the world paint colorful graffiti.
It’s finally here, part II of Five things to discover in New York that most tourists (and locals) never do – read on for five more off-the-beaten-path New York experiences.
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!
One thing I do in every place I visit: I get a bird’s eye view of the city. If there is a high point in town, a high building, or …
Find out why New York’s Little Italy was underwhelming, why Chinatown is fascinating and why Ahoy New York Tours and Tasting is a must for travelers and New York locals alike.
The Where to Stay In series (formerly Hotel Tip of the Week) offers accommodation recommendations from around the world. Every hotel mentioned on GlobetrotterGirls.com are places we have stayed and personally recommend. This time: The Nolitan Hotel, New York City.
Did you know that New York’s Brooklyn Bridge was a popular place to seal your love with a love padlock? We added our very own love lock to the iconic landmark this summer.
This week’s Polaroid features a spot in New York City that most visitors don’t make it to: The wonderful Sculpture Garden at the Cathedral of Saint John the Divine on the Upper West Side.
Coney Island is the perfect night for a warm summer night – spend some time on the beach, stroll along the boardwalk, and watch the fireworks on Friday night!