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New York City New Years Celebration Tour

December 29-January 1, 2019 Day 1 – Toronto » New York City 7:00 – 9:00 AM Board the coach at your chosen pick-up location (pick-up times vary) and travel to Niagara Falls Canada/U.S. border (proper documents required subject to U.S. entry laws). 10:00 –…

Affordable Restaurants to See Celebrities in NYC

Whether you live in the Big Apple, or you are just visiting, it is always exciting to experience a celebrity sighting. Your best chances of spotting a celebrity would be to hit up some famed restaurants throughout the city. Of course, not everyone has…

The Best Dinners in Manhattan if You’re on a Budget

Even when you’re on vacation, you’ve got to eat. When in New York City, it can be tempting to succumb to expensive eateries and trendy bars, especially in the Manhattan area, but there are plenty of gems if you skip straight to the places…

Breakfasting in Paris

The French word for breakfast is petit déjeuner, which translates literally into little lunch. While a lot of Parisians eat breakfast at home, you will see many stopping for a quick breakfast at one of the thousands of cafés in the city. Most Paris…

Spending the Day at Central Park in New York City

  Central Park is about half a mile wide, two and a half miles long and could accommodate over 550 soccer fields.   That makes it one of the world’s largest urban public parks and it is found smack bang in the middle of the…

Saturday Afternoon at Union Square – Broadway & 14th Street, New York City

Easily accessible by most subway lines, Union Square is full of life on the weekends. Get off at Union Square Station or 14th Street. Saturday is Farmer’s Market day at Union Square. Vendors set up stalls and tents selling seasonal fruits & vegetables, home…

Dining Etiquette In Italy For Tourists: 7 Tips

Emphasizing on the dining etiquette in Italy for Tourists is important in order to ensure that they do not unnecessarily or accidentally offend the locals. This holds true not only in Italy, but virtually anywhere that you want to go. It is not surprising…