Posts Tagged: new york tips

Manhattan to JFK Airport

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John F. Kennedy Airport is the largest and busiest of all NYC-area airports.  Located in Queens, about 15 miles from Manhattan, this airport has over seventy airlines operating out of it.  It handles most international flights into the NYC area, so if you are traveling  overseas, this will likely be where you’ll depart!  You have […]

How to Avoid Jet Lag

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How to Get from Newark Airport to Manhattan

Many of our tour guests who travel from afar or from overseas have trouble to adjust to the new time difference in their destination city. Here are some tips on how to avoid jet lag. When you travel to another time zone, your internal clock is off – that’s what you call jet lag. Usually getting […]

January Weather in New York City

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January Banner

This post summaries the January weather in New York City, with tips on what to wear as well as things to do.  January is the coldest month in NYC, but high temperatures generally stay above freezing.  Nighttime temperatures are another story.  It’s critical that you dress appropriately for the season.  So, how is the weather […]

Bars in New York City

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McSoreley's Free New York Pub Crawl

New York City has more than enough bars to suit your budget, the kind of atmosphere you like, and your pick of ‘poison’ – be it craft beers, wines of the world to one-of-a-kind cocktails.  Be sure to also take a look at our self-guided tour of historic New York City bars and pubs. Here […]

New York Food | Cheap Eats Guide

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New York Food

New York City is a world capital of cuisine and your trip to the Big Apple would not be complete without trying some of the city’s fantastic food.  Just like you, our New York guides love great food at great prices and know where to find unforgettable New York food that won’t take a bite out of your wallet. […]

Just a Times Square Cowboy

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Naked Cowboy

Times Square has many iconic features: the Coca-Cola advertisement, Broadway show billboards, the New Year’s Eve Ball, and… a man wearing only underwear, a cowboy hat and a pair of cowboy boots.  Ladies and Gentlemen, meet The Naked Cowboy! The Naked Cowboy was born Robert John Burck on December 23, 1970.  He started off his performing […]

Finding Cheap Flights to New York City

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Cheap Tickets to New York

Generally, your airfare will be one the two most costly expense of your trip to New York City (the other being the cost of hotel.  But with a little extra effort and flexibility, you can greatly reduce your costs making your trip to the Big Apple that much sweeter.  Be sure to read our posts […]

Is The New York Pass Worth It?

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Is the New York Pass Worth It?

New York Pass is a tourist card created by real, life-long New Yorkers to save you time and money on Sightseeing in New York City.  With NY Pass visitors get free entry to over 80 attractions and skip ticket lines at many of the busiest places.  So getting a New York Pass to see all the sites at […]