My Experiences in new York City Ny

New York City has something of interest for anyone at any age or season. If you don’t have a destination, why not pick up a copy of the New Yorker and explore the many cultural happenings to see which is most appealing to you or your traveling companion. Once I visited the Big Apple during a snowstorm. Meandering through Central Park took me back to childhood times when my parents took us children to Radio City to go ice skating. Afterwords we went to Hamburger Haven and later lit a candle in St. Patrick’s Cathedral. If one is properly dressed for the weather, it is no real chore to find one’s way to a favorite museum. At the time, I was lucky to attend the Miro exhibit on the last day. There were no crowds to fight and I thoroughly enjoyed taking my time with each new painting. Afterwords I did visit St. Patrick’s Cathedral and lit a candle as my parents had taught me to do. Fifth Avenue can be wondrous with the snow falling everywhere. Dinner was in an inexpensive, upstairs restaurant in Chinatown which served brown rice instead of the traditional white. Afterwords on my way to a show, I did a little shopping. Luckily, Chinatown stores are open late and staples such as quality green tea and exotic vegetables are also very reasonably priced. If you cannot afford to stay in a hotel, then hop aboard a casino bus to Atlantic City and you will be reimbursed for you trip, and may even qualify for a comp. when you arrive there. You’ll also have a return ticket to the Big Apple for your next show, exhibit, or concert.