As someone who tends to do most things at the last minute, it seems a little early to start thinking about Holiday shopping, but that doesn’t mean some people aren’t already brainstorming their Christmas gift lists (or at least making plans for a shopping vacation). That’s why I thought I’d share this deal on Travelocity I stumbled across, which is offering vacation deals to New York for Black Friday. Travel to New York on Black Friday to Complete Your Holiday Shopping! Click Here for Great Vacation Deals to ... [read more]
Everyone knows the legend of New York City. It is a great place to travel but it is expensive as heck. Everywhere you look there are hamburgers that cost $30 and beers that will run you $20. It is a place to go only if you share the same tax bracket as Donald Trump or if you have a couch to crash on in one of his apartment towers. You’ll need to cash in your 401K plan just so you can spend a night out on the town.
This is ... [read more]
Have you seen the movie Home Alone? Of course you have. It is mandatory viewing for anyone who has children. It teaches us all a very important lesson about what happens when you leave one of your kids at home while you go away on vacation. Nothing good can come out of it even if your child can make adorable faces while putting on aftershave lotion.
In fact, you will have a much better time if you take the rugrats along with you. They might not always be happy ... [read more]
Date:February 14th, 2007
One minute you will be walking down Fifth Avenue the next you will be walking on the beach. Norwegian Cruise Line makes it possible through a fabulous 6-night cruise on the Norwegian Spirit. You’ll leave Manhattan in a New York minute and after a day at sea to enjoy all of the great amenities aboard the Spirit you will finds yourself in Port Canaveral, Florida.
Spend the day walking on the beach or take some time to explore NASA’s headquarters. If you are really lucky, you’ll be there when there is ... [read more]
Date:January 15th, 2007
New York. The Big Apple. The City That Never Sleeps. Home of the Empire State Building, the Statue of Liberty, the Village, Broadway. New Yorkers proudly call their hometown the center of the universe. Every possible language, nationality and subculture exists here. New York is a sightseer’s dream with iconic symbols like the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building, Times Square and Central Park, just to name a few. There are Broadway’s polished shows to see, innovative and fresh offerings Off-Broadway and a plethora of music venues to enjoy. Add more then one city’s share of world class ... [read more]
Author: Miss Julie
Date:December 24th, 2006