Everyone knows there’s nothing like seeing a show on Broadway. There’s a certain energy in those few blocks of Manhattan, a spark in the air that only exists on the stages of New York City. But, if you’re like most of us, how can you afford to go see a show when tickets can cost […]
Congratulations to Passports and Pamplemousse – the winner of Travel Photo Roulette #62. We received some truly breathtaking entries, but this one from Mt. Riga, Switzerland was something special.
Travel Photo Roulette Round #62 is live! Stop by to see travel bloggers’ awe-inspiring photos of mountains or submit your own entry.
Check out the most recent You Are Not So Smart podcast to learn how to spend your money to maximize happiness. One of the main points: spend your money on experiences (like travel), not material things.
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Happy Fourth of July! This year, we went against our own advice and watched the Macy’s fireworks from the Manhattan side.
This abandoned railroad bridge spanning the Hudson River is an engineering marvel on the scale of the Eiffel Tower and Golden Gate Bridge. After years of disuse, it was recently opened as a pedestrian bridge connecting rail trail networks on both sides.
The carnival rides, freakshows, and sideshows may be (mostly) gone from the Coney Island Boardwalk, but there is still one event each year that brings out Coney Island’s freaky side – The Mermaid Parade.
Head across the Hudson to Weehawken, New Jersey for the best place to watch Macy’s New York City Fourth of July Spectacular. We head over at the last minute and secure a spot quickly and easily.
The new bicycle sharing program has popped up in Manhattan and Brooklyn, but is it worth it for visitors? We take a spin on one of these bright blue bikes in the West Village and share our thoughts.