There are more than 10 places to go ice skating in New York. However, not all of them are that perfect as you might have thought. Some are expensive, some are packed, some are both expensive and packed. I’ve been visiting ice rinks quite a lot lately – either as spectator, friend supporter or cautious adventurer.Continue reading “Finding THE BEST Ice Rink in New York”
I recommend taking some time to visit New York markets. These locations provide affordable options whether you’re looking to fill your stomach or your house.
Tourists often neglect a very vibrant area of New York City: Union Square Park. This is where I often go on the weekends since it is surrounded by shops, restaurants, art, street market, students and, at times, protesters. Located between 14th and 17th street, this is the place to go shopping, see unique creatures orContinue reading “You Should Visit This Park in New York. No, It’s Not Central Park!”
When tourists go sightseeing one of their first stops is Fifth Avenue in Manhattan. Luxury brands, Apple Store, Saint Patrick’s Cathedral, Central Park. I know, it all sounds so inviting. But not to everyone. Some individuals are more interested in checking out the unusual. They like to go where foreigners haven’t discovered yet. And thisContinue reading “The Other Fifth Avenue”
Conventional travel guides are good for newcomers or people who have limited time to explore such a big city like the Big Apple. But many travelers pursue off the beaten track tips. They desire to experience a true New Yorker life. That being said, once (in fact, around seven times) a tourist and now livingContinue reading “Tourists x Locals: Differences Between New York’s Two Worlds”
Many tourists come to New York with the idea that the best place to go shopping is 5th avenue while some believe unimaginable bargains can be found at popular outlets located in the city’s outskirts. What they really should know is that locals love thrifting. Type on google maps “thrift stores” and you will findContinue reading “Buy Secondhand: 5 Thrift Stores in NYC to Shop on a Budget”