Everyone watched the movie “Dirty Dancing,” right? So, according to the plot, the girl and her parents are vacationing at the “Kellerman’s” hotel. In reality, such a hotel did not exist, but its prototype did. And the place where all this happened is known.
New York is a city that is constantly changing, but despite constant construction, old historical buildings are comfortably intertwined in its urban fabric. Among its majestic skyscrapers and sprawling stores, Manhattan houses several centuries-old treasures: buildings dating back to the 1700s, many of which played an important role in the American Revolution, from colonial taverns to farmhouses.
New York’s iconic hotels are a testament to the city’s rich history, blending the contributions of both prominent American families and immigrants in pursuit of the American Dream. Beyond their renowned hospitality, each of these establishments stands out for its distinctive character. Let’s delve into their stories, exploring the birthplaces of world-famous dishes and cocktails, as well as the preferred accommodations for aristocrats, presidents, millionaires, and Hollywood stars.
New York City conceals captivating tales in its depths, from the graveyard island nestled at the base of the Statue of Liberty to the forgotten hospital veiled beneath the opulence of a five-star hotel. These abandoned locales exude a distinct allure, leaving imprints of enigmatic mysteries despite their desolate facades.
Will Brooklyn become the next Manhattan? Brooklyn is not just one borough, but rather a collection of unique neighborhoods with distinct cultures, lifestyles, and architecture. Some of these areas have acquired the status of exclusive and expensive.
What are the best sports bars and football pubs in New York? Many fear that they have to do without soccer in New York, as everything about baseball, basketball, and American football turns. These sports are clearly a higher priority in the US yet in most sports bars Bundesliga games, UEFA Champions League, as well as games of national teams. In New York, there is really everything the heart of each sports fan beats.
New York offers a wide selection of burgers and other fast food. It will be underestimated, but a good hamburger is a real work of art. The best burgers are of course in New York. Here is a list of the five best burger addresses in New York City.
The Grand Central Station in the heart of Manhattan is the pulse of the city. It fathers people here, it’s loud, full and everyone seems to be under time pressure. Unfortunately, most people forget how much iconic the building they are located in is.
In addition to the Big City, New York is known for its amazing landscapes, beautiful lakes, and numerous small communities. The culture of American small towns is strong throughout New York, from centers of art to rural farm towns.
Brooklyn is becoming increasingly popular in New York. Especially with the tourists who were as we were several times in the city and want to discover new corners and neighborhoods.
It seems as if there would never be a bad time to eat ice cream. Luckily, there are many ways in New York to pamper your palate with a little cold, creamy, and delicious!
Shooting at a professional shooting range in New York is on our list of top tips for a unique experience. It’s an experience you will never forget! Ever wanted to visit a US shooting range to fire a pistol or rifle? If you are looking for a New York shooting range then this is your chance!
How do I get from the airport to the city? When is the best time to travel? How much tip do I have to give? This profile will help you plan your next stay in New York.
A lot of our favorite movies and series were filmed in the Big Apple and we wanted to follow in the footsteps of our favorite actors, at least for a little while. Here’s our list of places we’ve visited and, as a bonus, some tips to help you get the most out of your tour.
Greenwich Village, affectionately known as “The Village,” is a place right in beautiful Manhattan. Although Manhattan is more known for large companies, shopping miles, and the hub of everything that happens, the small district is better known for its very own character.
Springtime in New York is about to begin, so the St. Patrick’s Day celebrations will be in full swing across the 5 boroughs and a sea of people in green will be found on Fifth Avenue for the most festive parade of the year. But Irish history in New York goes back further than a parade and a few pints. Take a trip to the Big Apple and celebrate the culture and traditions that the Irish people bring to this cultural melting pot we know as New York.
Relaxation for body, mind, and soul – in New York City, too, wellness, meaning your own physical well-being, is more than just a trend, it’s a way of life.
The New York Fire Museum is a small but fine museum in Soho dedicated to the history of the New York Fire Department. We recently visited it and here we show you what awaits you!
Crossing the Hudson River from New York to New Jersey can be more rewarding than you think. For example, if you are looking for a relaxing yet special activity during your trip, the SoJo Spa may well be for you.
The range of jazz clubs in New York is very large. This is partly because jazz is the favorite music of many New Yorkers.