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Remote Control Model Sailboats at Conservatory Water in Central Park

Conservatory Water in Central Park is a familiar sight in film and television – but did you know that you, too, can sail remote control sailboats there? Read on to learn more about joining the families and sailors alike, whether you’re a city resident…

How to Use a Taxi in New York City

We’ve all seen that guy in the movies – hurrying down a New York City street, arm raised as he approaches the curb, and a taxi suddenly appears, just in time! And if you’re heading to New York City, it really can be like…

New York City Points of Interest

New York is known as the city that never sleeps because there is always something to do in this bustling metropolis. The city is a great place to visit any time of the year. It offers both historical and cultural venues as well as…

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…

Top 5 Tips When Visiting Metropolitan Museum of Art

The Metropolitan Museum of Art, known affectionately by its fans as The Met, is without question one of the world’s best museums and a must-see for any trip to NYC. With over 3 million pieces of art and antiquities in their impressive collection, the…

Plan Your Afternoon Trip to the Empire State Building

New York City’s Empire State Building is as beautiful as it is large. The 1,454-foot, 103-floor structure is rich in history and known as one of the most romantic buildings in the world. People from dozens of countries flock to the attraction each year…

Things To Do In NYC In May

With the longer and warmer days of spring, you may be thinking about a trip to New York City for a family vacation or a quick getaway. If it is your first visit or you are a regular, you can always find an experience…

“The Big Apple”

“There’s only one Big Apple. That’s New York.” John FitzGerald New York City has been called many things: “The Great American Melting Pot,” “Gotham,” “The City that Never Sleeps” but its most famous nickname, without a doubt, is “The Big Apple”. Why? What connects…

A Race to the Sky

More than any other building in the world, the Empire State Building represents the ambition of humans to build towers that reach for the skies. This skyscraper is probably New York’s best known building and can be seen on many postcards. Building of skyscrapers…

Macy’s Department Store

A visit to New York would be incomplete without a visit to the world’s largest department store – Macy’s! When visiting New York with Comfort Tour, we make sure you have the time to browse through Macy’s store and do some shopping. Key facts:…