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Manhattan’s “Little Mexico”

Cinco de Mayo is only a few days away, and there are plenty of places in NYC to enjoy a Margarita, chips, and salsa under red, white and green streamers.  But for a unique cultural experience (and truly authentic food), explore one of NYC’s newest ethnic communities: East Harlem’s “Little Mexico.” East Harlem has been […]

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Lincoln Center: What to Know Before You Go

The Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts is one of New York’s most vibrant cultural centers. Home to 11 arts organizations presenting music, dance, opera, drama, and film, Lincoln Center also showcases some of the world’s finest performing artists and companies. And it’s well worth a visit on your next trip to New York City! Here’s […]

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What To Do in Central Park: A Walking Tour

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Central Park isn’t just Manhattan’s largest park—it’s also full of things to do! Two and a half miles long and a half-mile wide, covering 843 acres, Central Park features great open meadows, woodlands, formal gardens, ball fields, a grand promenade, a lake, a large reservoir, and numerous ponds and creeks. It also contains historic buildings, bridges, […]

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Everything You Need to Know To Visit The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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The Metropolitan Museum of Art is one of the world’s greatest art museums. With a collection of more than 2 million works, it stretches almost a quarter-mile and exhibits masterpieces from ancient Egypt to modern art. In 2011 alone, 5.68 million visitors toured “the Met” so if you want to go, there are two options. First, […]

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