Tag: New York

  • Fun Things To Do In NYC’s Central Park During Winter

    Fun Things To Do In NYC’s Central Park During Winter | Central Park is fun regardless of the season and weather. Here, the winter is as enjoyable as any other time of the year. Relish ice skating, sledding or indulge in photography while walking across the snow-covered Gapstow Bridge, which offers perfect postcard snapshots. Become […]

  • Places in Morningside Heights You Need To Explore

    Places in Morningside Heights You Need To Explore | Located on the Upper West Side, many people refer to Morningside Heights as the “Greater Harlem.” Some people also refer to it as “SoHa,” which stands for South of Harlem, all these are its present names. In the 17th century, it was known as “Vandewater’s Heights.” […]

  • Top 5 Best Places in New York

    Top 5 Best Places in New York | We live in a world where we don’t get time to see what is going next to us. Most of our families’ members complain that we never give them time. Now it is your chance to give your family a great surprise. Plan a trip and enjoy […]

  • The Never-Ending Debate: New York vs. Boston

    The Never-Ending Debate: New York vs. Boston | When we discuss teaching or learning English as a foreign language in the United States, there is an age-old debate amongst those in the industry: New York or Boston? Both are fantastic cities, steeped in cultural, political and, perhaps most importantly, educational prestige. Whether we are considering […]

  • Relaxing Rooftop Gardens

    Relaxing Rooftop Gardens | Hidden from the street, high above the heads of pedestrians, are lush green getaways filled with flowers, shaded nooks, fountains, flowing streams and even flamingos. Rooftop gardens offer an unexpected retreat in even the busiest of big cities like New York, Hong Kong and London. These 5 urban rooftop gardens range […]

  • Giant Wing of Dragonfly On New York City

    Giant Wing of Dragonfly On New York City | We worried about global warming and world food shortages, some of them bring a intelligent or concept on how to save world and make its green earth. We should call them a Hero for saving our mother-nature.Belgian firm Vincent Callibeau Architects designed a vertical farm based on the wings […]

  • 10 Exhibitions to Visit in New York for 2012

    It’s a big year for New York art exhibitions in 2012; the city has a huge amount going on in the world of art so make the most of it. Book into one of the cheap New York hotels and you’ll be able to afford to stay for even longer to explore the arty city. On the […]

  • The Top 5 Must-See in New York City (That Are Off the Beaten Path)

    We Meet Our New York City Tour Guide Who Speaks in Fluent, Big Apple Argot So, what? Youse in New Yhork? Lookin’ for sumthin’ diffrent tah do? Whatsamatta? Times Square, Rockefeller Center and the freakin’ Statue of Liberty not good enough for youse?! Wanna get off the beaten path and lookin’ for a little advice […]

  • Brave Men Behind Empire State Building

    The Empire State Building is an architectural marvel, and one of the most spectacular attractions in New York City. The building itself was constructed in 1930 during the Great Depression and is a living monument to that era. The Empire State Building is located at Fifth and 34th Avenues. For 40 years after it was […]

  • New York Sightseeing Tourism [/w PICS]

    What is spring without the luscious greens and vibrant petals? Even spring season has long passed; city of New York has never lost its freshness. New York can be quite a scintillating attack on the senses, an explosion of sounds, colors and scents. That is the reason one of the biggest city in the world […]