Palm Beach County! After five months of traveling all over the country, it’s wonderful to be back home.
New York, New York! There’s so much to do, I don’t even know where to begin…
This time of year, it’s fun to take the Greenwich Village Ghost Tour. Another really fun tour on the lower east side is a three hour walking and food tour – a delicious way to see the city! Don’t miss the New York City Food Cart Walking Tour, which is also a tasty adventure.
Be sure to check out the World Trade Center and the 9/11 Memorial Museum. It’s really fascinating to see the new building, and the tribute to such an important historical event.
Hudson Yards is the best up and coming area for shopping, restaurants and culture. Enjoy fabulous views of the Hudson River and surrounding areas. It’s always fun to go up to the Empire State Building. The observation deck has one of the best views in the city!
Harlem is really a happening area now, and the Harlem Jazz Evening Performance Tour with sightseeing and history is a great thing to do. Of course, the classic Circle Line Tour around the entire island of Manhattan is one of the most iconic views. Everywhere you look, there’s something special to see.
So whether you’re up in Harlem, or down in the Battery Park with Lady Liberty, remember, it’s all about style!
New York, New York! The Big Apple! It’s fabulous in the fall, and walking through Central Park is a must. Don’t miss the Bethesda Fountain, the Poet’s Corner, and you have to stop for a drink at the Boathouse.
Monday nights at Birdland, it’s an absolute blast, with Billy Stritch and Jim Caruso and the Cast Party, you never know who will come in and surprise you that night. Just sit down and enjoy them sharing their talent. There’s usually a top Broadway Star or two!
If you’re lucky enough to get tickets to a Broadway Show this season, Moulin Rouge is the ticket, and the talk of the town. I’ll be going, and I’m so excited. Of course, a trip to New York is never complete without a trip to the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Check out all the exhibits, and the rooftop garden with a 360 degree view of the city.
To top it off, there’s the iconic Village Halloween Parade, which is absolutely amazing.
So whether you’re strolling down 5th Avenue and looking at all the shops, or taking a cozy walk through Central Park, remember, it’s all about style!