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The Best Places to Drink a Cup of Coffee in New York City

The Best Places to Drink a Cup of Coffee in New York City

As any New York coffee aficionado will tell you, it’s not just the beans that makes a great cup of coffee, no, the setting and the scene also add flavor to the perfect cup of coffee in the city. Well, maybe not every aficionado but certainly this New Yorker believes the place and setting are […]

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4 Ways to Enjoy New York

4 Ways to Enjoy New York

When discussing travel to New York City, it’s almost impossible to effectively narrow down the attractions and activities that should be on your list. Part of what makes the city so unique among international travel destinations, after all, is it sheer breadth of activity; everywhere you turn there’s an iconic landmark, a must-see show or […]

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Walking Along the Niagara Falls

Walking Along the Niagara Falls

One of the most remarkable aspects to Niagara Falls remains its accessibility. To simply walk along side the Niagara River and view the majestic waterfalls.  And view it for free. There is no long hike and it’s not in an exotic land (not for us Americans, although I do recommend crossing into Canada) either. It […]

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Postcard-The Theater of Romance Inside Central Park

Postcard-The Theater of Romance Inside Central Park

Central Park, the iconic must visit when traveling to New York city can be the perfect setting for some romance. The spacious park, located in the center of the city and offers the unique views of city scape and the skyline from deep inside the park. In spring when flowers bloom, the grass grows green, and many […]

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The 5-Reasons to Plan a Winter Escape to Lake Placid

The 5-Reasons to Plan a Winter Escape to Lake Placid

In the middle of the 7 million acres of “forever” wilderness, visitors to New York’s Adirondacks can discover the small town of Lake Placid, New York. Popular for hosting two winter Olympic Games (1932 and 1980), the town is most notable for the Miracle on Ice, but I discovered more than just Olympic History. My […]

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Sunset Sunday-A Sunset in Marathon, New York

Sunset Sunday-A Sunset in Marathon, New York

Returning from a road trip, I pulled off Interstate 81 in the small town of Marathon, New York for some fuel, dinner and what else… a sunset. The small town was nothing like the New York City Marathon being held this Sunday. New York City Marathon Sunday Marathon Sunday in New York City is one […]

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Survival Training in Central Park–The Scottish Way with Bear Grylls

Survival Training in Central Park–The Scottish Way with Bear Grylls

Sarabeth’s, a restaurant on Central Park South in New York, is a perfect place for a Manhattan weekday breakfast; oh the fresh-baked muffins, scones and more… but it’s not the place I’d expect to meet instructors from the Bear Grylls Survival Academy.  After a few cups of coffee and a savory meal, I realized that […]

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the 5-Photos of Buffalo, New York

the 5-Photos of Buffalo, New York

Buffalo, New York surprised. It did. I didn’t expect to see a city with so much historical treasure, especially with its architecture nor did I expect to see a city in the midst of a major resurgence. Yes, Buffalo surprised me during few days first as a volunteer for the New York Special Olympics and […]

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