New York City

New York City: Now More Touchier Than Ever

Thursday, January 22, 2009

Budget Travel’s reporting on New York City’s newly unveiled tourism website and touch screen laden information center located just off of Times Square, where visitors from around the world no longer are forced to shuffle through those so old-fashioned paper pamphlets but instead are able to explore everything Gotham has to offer at the touch […]

January: The Month NYC Becomes Cheap

Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Yeah you have to deal with sub-zero temperatures and arctic-like conditions in a city notoriously suited for walking, but if you plan on traveling to New York City, January’s the time to come if you’re looking to save a few bucks (and avoid other visitors). Hotels slash rates in the winter months, restaurant week (winter […]

Visiting The Village Of The Dylans

Thursday, January 8, 2009

The Greenwich Village of the Dylans’ time (both Bob and Thomas) may not exist anymore — replace the divey flophouses and hip coffehouses that once were with luxury boutiques and fratty bars — but as this Telegraph article discovers, it’s still possible to visit some of the famed spots made legend by Dylan (Bob) and […]

Sleep Cheap In New York City

Wednesday, October 15, 2008

It’s not exactly news that it’s nearly impossible to afford hotels in New York City (don’t even get me started on apartments) but who wants to pay hundreds of dollars a night in a city that doesn’t sleep? (It’s not like you’re going to sleep all that much while you’re there anyways.) Here’s a few […]

The Lowdown On NYC Guidebooks

Monday, October 13, 2008

Last night, as I was looking out my plane window at the New York skyline on my flight back from Colorado, I started to think about how much I miss NYC every time I leave the city, even if I’m not gone for that long (this trip away was a mere 72 hours). It’s espcially […]

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