Maximizing Luxury Travel

I’m sure, like me, you are inundated with emails and messages with articles about all the things you can do virtually. So many creative people, companies, and organizations have stepped up...

Brooklyn Smorgasburg On Saturdays during the warmer months, NYC locals swarm the Smorgasburg held in the Williamsburg neighborhood by the East River State Park just off the ferry landing. Dubbed by the...

We should all be thankful our government decided to preserve Ellis Island. It almost didn’t survive, and that would have been a real shame since 40% of Americans can trace their...

  If you loved PBS’s Downton Abbey series and really miss it like I do . . . good news.  The Downton Abbey Exhibition in New York City is extended until September 3rd,...

     Just realized I never actually posted this item I wrote while in NYC last week, just saw it lurking in a draft folder . . . If you like...

As we conclude our most recent trip to NYC, I thought I’d finished with anything blog-worthy, and then we went on a brunch cruise around Manhattan with Classic Harbor Line. There...

  This was a great tour.  Led by fourth generation Italian-American, Eric Ferrara, we really gained an insight and understanding into the origins and evolution of the five major New York...

This charming enclave of The Met is housed in a re-constructed ensemble designed to resemble a medieval-era monastery on four acres in Fort Tryon Park.  Located in the Bronx, the lovely...

A few interesting scenes from around the city. While researching the art on the SOHO building above, I came across a great blog called Ephemeral NY: Chronicling an ever-changing city through...

Yes, we walked across the Brooklyn Bridge.  No, it was not my idea. For the record, I do not like heights. But on a last-minute trip to NYC to visit our...