Posts Tagged ‘New York travel guide’

5 New York City Rooftop Bars perfect for the summer

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If you will be in NYC this summer, there are some interesting bars you can hop to from one hotel rooftop to another. Here are some of the best where you can enjoy a round of drinks, the view, some fresh air, and a good company of friends:

Above 6

The people at Six Columbus has made a great stride in terms of what you can see at Above 6. Before, you will be staring at a drain pipe but right now, you will be able to get a glimpse of the Central Park. This rooftop getaway is inspired by the 60s and gives you that arty and minimalist vibe. Sip some Hummingbird while enjoying the panorama.

Empire Hotel

Travel Guide: New York City holiday

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The New York Fashion week is just around the corner and we thought we will line up some useful tips for those who are not yet so familiar with New York City.


Most overseas flight will be touching down at the John F. Kennedy International Aiport. The other two aiports, the Newark and the LaGuardia, handle mostly domestic flights and some internationa flights. These three airports is just about six to twelve miles from the tourist and business center of Manhattan but your trip from the aiport to the city might take around 30 minutes to an hour or so.

Travel Guide: Exploring New York like a New Yorker

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After discovering the big sites in the Big Apple, you should try to drop the New York guide book and try to discover the place like how the locals do.

Enjoy the Seafoods at City Island

City Island is a small community off the coast of Bronx. This fishing village was practically moved out of New England. They alsohav shp yards famous for building award winning yachts.

The place though is popular for its excellent line of seafood restaurants which line the main street. Try the dishes of The Lobster Box . Enjoy their steamed, broiled, stuffed, marinara or fra diavolo lobster . They also have very good pasta specials like their chicken and shrimp primavera, lobster ravioli in light cream sauce with some sun dried tomatoes.