What can I say about a travel to New York? This is one of the most traveled cities in the world. New York is so popular for so many reasons. And like a lot of the cities in the United States it’s so culturally diverse, it’s awesome.
For example, for food, you can find different country-based food in every corner! A lot of iconic places featured in movies, famous music videos, and many more!
You can find stunning buildings, beautiful places and so many things to do here. From the Statue of Liberty to a famous Museum, passing by Central Park, you would not get bored on your travel to New York.
Here you can find out where to eat and stay, where to play, and a lot more fun things to do with your family while traveling to New York.
East Elmhurst is located north of Corona and Jackson Heights in Queens, N.Y. It’s a culturally diverse middle class neighborhood that includes La Guardia Airport. Flushing Bay rounds out its border to the east and north. This seemingly quiet borough is close to some interesting sites and some excellent places to dine. It’s also been […]Read More
For many, New York City is a destination in and of itself. Full of a vibrant plethora of activities and attractions, NYC has a lot to offer. As a large metropolis, NYC is also a gateway to many other adventures. The port of New York transportation is a large cruise ship docking point that takes […]Read More
Whether you’re on a family vacation or traveling solo, New York City is an exciting place to visit. There’s something to do for everyone, whether it’s visiting a museum or checking out a Broadway or off-Broadway show— there’s just so much to do! With that being said, you’ll need a way to travel around the […]Read More
Theme restaurants can be a bit corny, with a negative connotation to them. Just thinking of going to one makes one feel you’ll be part of the herd that follows the marketing, corporate push to get people to visit these restaurants. And worse of all, be labeled as a ‘dumb tourist’ even if it’s in […]Read More
If you know anything about the recent history of the US you know that Coney Island and its boardwalk is the quintessential amusement park beach. The actual boardwalk originally opened back in 1923, its official name is Riegelmann Boardwalk. Now, it is known for being home to one of the most famous boardwalk amusement parks […]Read More
If there are one-word people most commonly used to describe the city of New York, it is energy. This city literally pulses with it. There is so much to do and discover in NYC. Let’s take a look at a few of them. Seven of the things that everyone should experience while visiting NYC. Check […]Read More
New York City is one of the easiest and most accessible cities to get around. Aside from being the perfect walking city, the subway system is fantastic, the buses go where the subways don’t, and how about the 14,000 yellow cabs that are everywhere to be hailed in seconds. Recommended Read: Places To Visit in […]Read More
New York City welcomes over 53 million tourists a year. With world-class dining, museum, and entertainment, it’s no wonder so many people have the Big Apple on their bucket list. You could spend years exploring all the best places in New York, but sometimes that isn’t possible. If you’re in a time crunch but still […]Read More
Downtown has seen so many wanted and unwanted changes over the past decade that every time I visit it is completely different. For the most obvious changes and catastrophes, of course, 9/11 not only changed the soul of NYC, but also the skyline forever. In the place of the Twin Towers now stands the magnificent […]Read More
When my family and I moved to the United States over 35 years ago, one of the first tours we did was take the Circle Line in NYC cruise around the Island. Since the boats stopped arriving at Ellis Island, this was as monumental of a tour for us. Related Read: Circle Line Sightseeing Tour […]Read More
New York is one overwhelming city. Just the thought of what to do and where to go makes you wonder if you’ll see anything at all. Narrowing things down sure is helpful, and the best way to travel the city as a first-timer tourist is with New York City CityPass, and here I listed the top […]Read More
There are so many things New York City is famous for, so it is easy to feel lost and not know where to start, especially if you are here for the first time. Whether you are looking for a world-renowned landmark or the hottest newly opened attraction, you will find it on our list of […]Read More
The circle line is a tour that has been offered in New York City for a very long time! And definitely, a must-do when you visit the city. They offer sightseeing tours around the island on board boats that offer a magnificent view of Manhattan and its most famous attractions. A few of the things […]Read More
Who at nine years old wants to be a curator, but has never heard of the word or position ever? Apparently, my oldest boy. He’s been taking art classes for the past year, and even though he enjoys drawing, his teacher is amazing at teaching him art history and appreciation, and he just loves it. […]Read More
New York City is world renown for prize winning chefs, cuisines from all over the world and Michelin starred restaurants . There is even a saying, ‘You can eat three meals a day, ever single day for one year and still not eat at all the restaurants in NYC.” But aside from the insane amount […]Read More
JFK Airport is the busiest international gateway in the United States, but it has its ins and on, I’m going to let you know recommendations and moreRead More
The New York City subway system is one of the best in the United States, it’s so extensive you can literally get to any place in the city.
In today’s podcast, I’m going to be talking about how the NYC subway system works. You’re going to learn everything you need to use it properly, from prices to transfers and more.Read More
The whole idea of holding shows off-Broadway began as an act against the establishment. Pros and cons of both Broadway vs off-Broadway to help you decide which is the best option. Look at this list of on Broadway shows vs off Broadway. Also, I have a list of the best Broadway shows for kids, you […]Read More
Did you know that I lived in NYC for four years before I took off on my travel adventure that led me to my inevitable life as an ex-pat? I did. And I have to confess that in all those years I never visited Carnegie Deli. I passed it hundreds of times. I always peeked […]Read More
Most people don’t think of museums as potential attractions while they travel. But I have discovered that they can provide a few hours of fun and learning experiences for me and my boys. That’s why, while looking for fun adventures with my family, I planned a visit to a few of the most iconic museums […]Read More