In the 18th & 19th centuries travel wasn’t easy, especially if you had very little money. Hence the closest attractions were the most popular. Not surprisingly, Niagra Falls quickly became the #1 tourist attraction of North America. 851 more words
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Dancing on someone’s grave may be the final insult you can pay them, but nobody ever said the other arts are off limits.
So guests flocked to Brooklyn’s Green-Wood Cemetery with picnic baskets in hand last Saturday for the fourth annual Night at Niblo’s Garden party, entering through its Gothic Revival gates and navigating the 478-acre grounds to a glacier pond known as Crescent Waters. 576 more words
By Alex Eggerking
Are you looking for somewhere new to explore? Or somewhere to take guests in town who think they have already seen everything there is to see in New York? 942 more words
There’s a rare opportunity to buy a co-op apartment in The Dakota right now. I know this because an ad keeps finding me online this week telling me so; I don’t know who thinks I might want to buy a $1.8 Million one-bedroom on the eighth floor of a historic building – that’s not including the “maintenance fees,” which are higher than my rent in Brooklyn – but they should check their algorithm. 222 more words