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7 Free NYC Activities

by BootsnAll on June 7, 2013

7 Free NYC ActivitiesWith its bustling city streets and museums seemingly on every corner, New York City tops many trip itineraries. Fine shops and restaurants dot Manhattan streets, calling to wallets from afar. While NYC is infamous for being an expensive travel destination, not all of NYC’s sites and sounds require digging deeply into the pocket. In fact, travel to NYC need not be an expensive endeavor if you diligently monitor travel agents for numerous holiday specials. Once you’re there, NYC has free

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The 4 Seasons of New York WeatherWhen you’re planning out a time to go on vacation you don’t only need to consider where to go, but also when to go. You’ll want to go on your trip during a time when the weather is suitable for your desired activities. If you, like many others, decide to go on a trip to New York, consider the climate for each season before selecting dates.

New York experiences all four seasons, which is one of its many benefits. The coldest

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New York in May

by Cristina on October 17, 2011

New York in MaySpring is one of the best times to visit New York. The weather is warm enough to visit the sights and the summer crowds have not yet arrived. There are quite a lot of events taking place in May in New York so you won’t get bored once you get here.


May offers some of the best weather for visiting New York: it’s warm enough to spend time walking around but cool enough not to be bothered by

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Getting from Albany to Buffalo (and the other way around)Albany is the capital of New York State and a showcase of world-renowned architecture. Buffalo is New York State’s second largest city and the cultural and economic center of the Western New York region. Today it’s famous for its architecture and art galleries.

Although neither is as popular among travelers as New York City, visiting both cities is an interesting option for those passionate about architecture and arts. Plus, both cities offer gateways into nature reserves and other interesting things to

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New York in June

by Cristina on October 13, 2011

New York in JuneJune marks the start of summer in New York. The warm weather welcomes the visitors who want to spend their time enjoying the sights of New York City or the many summer activities which are in full swing.


The weather is warm to allow for sightseeing without having to hide somewhere and warm up. Bring a sweater because evenings are still cold. It’s also possible to rain, so a light rain coat or an umbrella should be in your bag.

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What to Eat in New York: Famous New York FoodsNew York City is one of the cities in the world where you can eat good food. From street food, to local staples, to fancy restaurants, you surely won’t get hungry during your stay here.

Anyone who has seen at least a movie set in New York, already know that everyone eats pizza, bagels or hot dog, but if these don’t appeal to you – or your diet doesn’t accommodate such items – you’ll be happy to know that that’s not

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