Tag Archives: Manhattan

Architecture on the Upper East Side

The Breuer Building of the Whitney Museum.

New York is a dream come true for architecture enthusiasts. But while Midtown, with the Empire State Building and Chrysler Building, gets most of the attention, the Upper East Side just uptown also has its fair share of architectural gems. Perhaps the most notable building on the Upper East Side … Read More

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The John F. Kennedy International Airport

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The JFK International Airport is the largest airport in NYC and one of the largest in the country serving almost 50 million passengers each year. JFK is one of three airports serving the NYC metropolitan area, in conjunction with the LaGuardia and Newark International Airports. However, JFK is by far … Read More

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Essential Information: Transportation in NYC

A speeding train in the NYC subway.

For first time visitors the idea of traveling around New York City by oneself can be overwhelming. From the foreign places to the huge crowds, NYC can be an intimidating place. But take a deep breath and remain calm, as travel in the city doesn’t have to be difficult or … Read More

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NYC Restaurant Week

An elegantly prepared steak.

The NYC Restaurant Week officially kicked off on January 14th, but, in somewhat of a misnomer, the event extends all the way to February 8th this year. More than 300 restaurants in Manhattan are participating in the event by offering set meals at the set prices of $25 for lunch … Read More

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The Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts

Inside the Avery Fisher Hall.

Earlier this week we discussed visiting the Metropolitan Opera at the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, but this week we want to talk about some of the other great cultural institutions at the Lincoln Center, which is also home to the NYC Ballet and New York Philharmonic. Considered to … Read More

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