A fun weekend summer option from New York City is found in Niagara Falls, NY. A 6.5 hour drive from Manhattan or a quick and relatively cheap flight into Buffalo airport makes this a great way to spent 48 hours.
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Manhattanhenge, this ‘couple-times-a-year’ event continues to grow in popularity. It’s free, it juxtaposes a beautiful sunset with the dense NYC urban skyline and most importantly it’s as instagram worthy as any food item you love dripping with melted cheese.
Head to your local farmers market and start picking out these fleeting spring ingredients for an exceptional salad.
Claytonia, which looks like mini lily pads has a nice clean taste and crisp bite.
The sun slips over the westside horizon and thousands of glowing lights begin to illuminate the Manhattan skyline.
I grew up eating turkey burgers and will order them over beef burgers most of the time (sorry burger aficionados.)
Like basil or parley, I feel that ramps lend themselves to a pesto. The flavors are bold but mellowed out a bit with the extra virgin olive oil, lemon and parmesan cheese.
Local Irish Food and Outdoor Activities: Photo Tour That Will Make You Want to Visit Ireland Right Now
7 days in Ireland provides plenty of opportunities for photography sessions. While reading about a trip is great, sometimes scrolling through a bunch of pics can be more effective to get people wanting to visit a new place. Below are 3 categories from my trip (food, outdoors and city walks) that will hopefully make you book that ticket.
One advantage of living in NYC becomes apparent if you want to take a quick trip across the Atlantic. Direct flights from the tristate area to Dublin come in at just under 6 hours.
BalletNext kicked off the 2018 season in grand style with 5 days of performances at New York Live Arts in Chelsea.
Michele Wiles, founder of the contemporary ballet company and former principal dancer at the American Ballet Theatre choreographed 4 pieces for the shows: The Pianist, Experience, Follin and Vibrer, Follin.
The Merchant House is a taste of Old New York in the East Village and a place I had walked past a thousand times without giving a second thought that something historic was right in front of me.