If you’re visiting NYC for your first or even second time then by all means visit the Empire State Building, Times Square and the Statue of Liberty! These sites are famous for a reason, after all, and truly nothing compares to your first day in NYC, being swallowed by the concrete and movement. But if you consider yourself a frequent visitor, or if you’ve finally been able to call New York your home, then consider stepping off the beaten path and fill your itinerary with some of these awesome experiences instead.
The season of jack-o-lanterns and ghosts has come to a close for 2018, but it’s never too early to start planning next year’s Halloween celebrations, right?! New York City is a famous Christmas destination (and for very good reason, many of which I’ll highlight in a blogpost soon), but did you know that it celebrates Halloween and Autumn-time just as well?! Take a look at some of the ways NYC flaunts its Halloween pride and start planning next year’s visit:
When Amanda broke her ankle one day before we were scheduled to leave on a three-month backpacking trip through Europe, we were thrown for a loop. After weeks of pain, adjustment and healing, we finally were able to focus on making the best of our situation. Here is a blogpost all about how we did that - and the Central Pennsylvania gems we found along the way.