The Loeb Boathouse is a Central Park Classic

For a classic and immersive Central Park experience make sure that you reserve a seat at the The Loeb Boathouse. Reservations are required so book early to guarantee a seat, however, you can always stop in and get on the waiting list to be seated.  There isn't a bad...

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NYC Subway System – By the Numbers:

The Subway system in New York is a marvel of engineering and has been successfully moving millions of Gothamites around town for over 110 years.  Here's a look at the system by the numbers... 🌐1.751 billion – Annual ridership (ranked 7th busiest in the world) 🌐361.1...

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The 64-65 World’s Fair Lives On

The New York State Pavilion is one of the few structures still standing from the 1964-65 World's Fair. The dramatic towers, the tallest at 226 feet, were used as dining and observation platforms. Fair guests boarded Sky Streak capsule elevators that whisked them...

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Bemelmans’ Sets the Bar

Bemelmans Bar at the Carlyle Hotel in Manhattans upper east side is a NYC institution. This Art Deco lounge is a haven for people who prefer a sophisticated ambiance and classic cocktails. Made famous for its murals created by Ludwig Bemelmans who was well known for...

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The Top of the Rock… Rocks!

At 850 feet above the bustling Manhattan streets below, the Top of the Rock is one of the best places to catch the spectacular views of this vibrant metropolitan area. It all starts with the inventive and truly unique elevator ride where you get a clear look up the...

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The High Line is Urban Renewal at Its Very Best

The  High Line. to this Travologist, is one of the best displays of urban renew, green space development, and landscape architecture on the planet.Built atop an elevated rail line on Manhattan’s west side, the High Line offers a quiet and vehicle-free path to traverse...

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