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The School of American Ballet

Uncategorized Aug 07, 2019

I often post pictures and post Instastories of our youngest daughter, Shelby, at Lincoln Center before her ballet class which often leads to a lot of people wanting to know more about what she does and why she’s there. 

Shelby is a student at the School of American Ballet which was started by George Balanchine...

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Domino Park

Uncategorized Jul 31, 2019

On the banks of the East River, in the shadow of the Williamsburg Bridge, lies a section of Brooklyn that was largely unused for years. That is, until June 2018. Once the home to the Domino Sugar Factory (where 98% of the US’s sugar was produced in the early 1900s), this 6 acre green space is revitalizing this area...

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Carl Schurz Park

Uncategorized Jul 25, 2019

One of our favorite parks in Manhattan is Carl Schurz Park. This gem on the Upper East Side, Yorkville to be exact, is generally unknown to tourists, making it a quiet respite from the busy city. With over 14 acres of land along the East River, Carl Schurz Park gives you plenty of space to relax and play. 

Carl...

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Manhattan's Koreatown

neighborhoods May 01, 2019

You may have heard of Little Italy. You may have even visited Chinatown. But have you heard of Manhattan’s Koreatown? Located close to Macy’s in Herald Square and the Empire State Building, it’s a fun and convenient destination to add to your next trip.

The heart of Koreatown is nicknamed Korea Way and...

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The NYC Ferry

Uncategorized Apr 24, 2019

Traveling around New York City can be an adventure in and of itself. You’ve got the subway, taxis, busses and car shares to choose from but did you know that the NYC Ferry is also a great way to get around? Let’s talk about the ferry!

It’s cheap! At only $2.75 (the same as a subway ride), it’s an...

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NYC Food Halls

food Apr 20, 2019

Do you ever feel like it’s impossible to pick a restaurant that your entire family or group agrees on? Me too! That’s why I love the amazing food halls popping up all over NYC. Here are 5 of my favorites:

Chelsea Market - This is a food hall on steroids in the heart of the Chelsea neighborhood. Home to the...

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Best Way to Get Around New York City? Subway? Uber? Taxi?

travel Oct 27, 2018

Everyone has a different opinion when it comes to the best way to get around New York City and the real answer to this question is: it depends. It depends on where you are trying to go, when you are trying to go there and what is most convenient and affordable in this situation.

The four factors that come into play when...

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Our Top 5 New York City Parks

destinations Oct 27, 2018

While New York City can be an expensive place to visit, one of the best parts of the city is completely FREE: the parks! Here are our top 6 favorite parks in the city:

1. Central Park

Central Park is not just the best park in New York City, but in our opinion, this is the best park in the world! This 843 acre park...

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Our Top 5 Favorite Museums in New York City

destinations Oct 27, 2018

One of our favorite things about New York City are the endless museums! You will find a skyscraper museum, art museums, a photography museum, kids museums, science museums, history museums and the list can go on and on. Having spent time at many of these museums, here is our list of the top 5 museums we have visited in...

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