Happy New Year of Travels for 2018! Instead of “New Year, New Me” …… how about “New Year, New Explorations” as the 2018 mantra? Either way, in the spirit of sage advice to “visit somewhere new every year”, below is a … Continue reading
Sunday, April 23rd, Tour De Staten Island, was one of the season’s first biking/cycling events in the NYC & surrounding area. It’s a great way to get in some exercise while enjoying some local sightseeing. There’s a real sense of … Continue reading
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Tagged 5 Boro Bike, Alice Austen House, Bike MS NYC, Bike New York, Discover Hudson Valley, Eric Greenway, Escape NY, Five Boro Bike Club, Flagship Brewery, Fresh Kills Park, Harlem Valley Ride, Historic Richmond Town, New York City Club, Snug Harbor, Staten Island, Staten Island Ferry, Staten Island Zoo, Tour De Bronx, Tour De Staten Island, Transportation Alternatives, Twin Lights Ride, Visit Staten Island
365 new days to travel, discover, and learn about the world. Wanderlusters have a plethora of sources to gather ideas on which destinations and experiences to add to their bucket list. One such resource is travel media online and print … Continue reading
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Over the past few years, NYC & Company, New York City’s marketing and tourism promotion agency, has been encouraging locals to explore his/her back yard with its See Your City campaign. One company that offers neighborhood tours is Free Tours … Continue reading
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Some parts of the world you make a conscious effort to visit and others have to wait until fate delivers you there.” – Tony Hawks The above quote perfectly defines my trip to Northwest China. How little I knew back … Continue reading
Tagged Abakh Khoja Mausoleum, Astana Caves, Bezeklik, China, Flaming Mountains, Id Kha Mosque, Imin Ta, Jiaohe Ruins, Journey to the West, Karez Museum, kashgar, Mor Pagoda, samsa, Silk Road, Turpan, Uighur, urumqi, Wu Chengen, Xinjiang
Happy New Year 2013! The holidays are over and most of us are heading back to the first full week of work on Monday. Instead of letting the post-holiday blues and grey winter weather get you in a funk, this … Continue reading
What is with America’s fascination with work? Is the cause due to money, feelings of self-worth, status, ego? I can’t tell you how many times my friends exasperate how BUSY they are as if it’s a badge of honor to … Continue reading
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