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Touring North Fork Wineries & Vineyards

Vineyard
There are over 40 licensed wineries currently operating on Long Island, and, with a space of just 3000 acres for cultivation, the focus here is most definitely on quality rather than quantity. North Fork, a 30 mile long windswept peninsula between Long Island Sound and South...
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Exploring Midtown Manhattan

Located at the heart of Manhattan, Midtown is home to some of the most recognizable landmarks in the city, if not the world, and is the busiest commercial district in the country. With the majority of the city’s skyscrapers, as well as some of its best attractions, being...
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Romantic Getaways: New York City

Statue of Liberty Sunset Sail
While New York may be filled with action and excitement, it is also one of the most romantic cities in the world, with endless options for couples who want to spend some quality time together. For those who are planning a romantic getaway to New York City, here are a few must-dos...
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Must See Holiday Light Shows

Holiday lights
Many would agree that light shows are one of the highlights of the holiday season, and, as each year progresses, these light shows are really being elevated to a whole new level. From Texas to New York, these are the must-see holiday light shows this holiday season. Fred Loya...
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Enjoy a Walking Tour of New York Neighborhoods

TImes Square, New York
Each New York City neighborhood has its own distinct vibe, and exploring the area on foot is the best way to experience this. From historic Harlem to the gory past of Little Italy, these are some of New York City’s best walking tours. Gangster Walking Tour, Little Italy...
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Things to Do in New York City in December

Ice skating in NYC
New York sparkles during the holiday season, making this the ideal time of year to pay the city a visit. For those who are trying to plan an itinerary, these are some of the top things to do in New York City in December. Ice Skating Ice skating season is in full swing in New York...
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Shopping in New York’s West Village

Woman shopping
A labyrinth of brownstone-lined streets, elegant restaurants, independent boutiques and hidden gardens, New York’s West Village embodies a similar level of luxury as that of Madison Avenue, but with its own distinct downtown charm. When it comes to shopping, there is plenty...
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Autumn in Central Park

Bow Bridge in Fall
With trees ranging from the Red Maple and American Elm to the Gingko and European Beech, it is no surprise that New York‘s Central Park is absolutely stunning in the fall. From the tranquil woodland just a stone’s throw away from Fifth Avenue to the universal...
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Nightlife in the Big Apple

nightlife in New York
No matter what type of nightlife you may prefer, you can be sure that you will find it in New York. From sophisticated cocktail bars to hip-swaying dance clubs, this guide will tell you exactly where to go for the very best of New York City’s nightlife. East Village New...
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Outdoor Activities to Enjoy in East Hampton

Camping in East Hampton
While East Hampton used to be a remote farming village, it began attracting artists and wealthy families in the early 20th century. However, unlike many other destinations around the world, the East Hampton managed to retain its timeless charm, and, with gorgeous white sand...
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