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New York City

The House of Edgar Allan Poe

Edgar Allan Poe, the Gothic American writer is not from New York but from Baltimore. However, he moved to NYC because he thought it was here that he could get his works published. While in this city, he moved from one place to another. I traced the first and the

High Line Park Sunset

The High Park Line sunset is the coolest thing to do at the end of your sightseeing day in New York City. The sunset view is breathtaking—and across the river is the city skyline of New Jersey. Perhaps, it’s the best place to bring your date here for free. Take

Gay Marriage Ad

This gay marriage ad is awesome! This is one of the reasons why I love New York, the City that Never Sleeps. For New York Hostels, click HERE.  For New York cheap flights, click HERE.  SAVE up to 50% sightseeing CITYPASS. For New York Hotel, click HERE.  For New York Guide

New York City – Flat Iron Building

Well, if you are looking from up there, it surely looks like a flat iron building, right? But if you look up from below (from I stand), it looks like a cute “mushroom”, eh? LOL…. You know what I mean. :)) For New York Hostels, click HERE.  For New York cheap flights,

The City Hall of Manhattan

Looking up the City Hall of Manhattan is so intimidating. The colossal architecture itself is bold, classic and powerful. Standing on its foot gave me a feeling of being a tiny little creature worshipping to a pedestal that’s ready to crush me anytime. For New York Hostels, click HERE.  For New

View from Roosevelt Island

Roosevelt Island is between Manhattan Island and Queens borough. The skyline view from Roosevelt Island is amaaazing! It’s just a tiny island with a view that will surely make you stop and sit on one of the benches there along the river boardwalk. You can even lie down on the

The Broadway Girls

These Broadway Girls distribute discount fliers and brochures to tourists for Broadway shows. If you happen to be around, grab one of those and watch a show. It’s a must, really. A visit to New York, won’t be complete without watching one. Theaters on Broadway Avenue are everywhere. There are

What Times Square Looks Like

Times Square is where the New York countdown happens on New Year’s Eve. If you are stuck at home because your parents were so strict that they won’t allow you to go to a New Year’s Eve party, then, you probably saw the ball dropping at this Square when the

New York City – Brooklyn Bridge

New York City has many bridges that connect Manhattan to its other four boroughs: Queens, Bronx, Brooklyn and Staten Island. The most famous of all these bridges is the BROOKLYN BRIDGE. It was the longest suspension bridge in the world until 1903. For New York Hostels, click HERE.  For New

New York City: Naked Cowgirl at Times Square

I saw the naked Cowgirl today at Times Square. But, I wished she were the Naked CowBoy! LOL… I was told that the Naked Cowboy comes in the morning… If only I have known earlier. 🙁 For New York Hostels, click HERE.  For New York cheap flights, click HERE.  SAVE up

New York City: Anderson Cooper

I told my friend yesterday that in my two-week stay here in New York City, I want to see Anderson Cooper. I was drunk last night so I forgot to google info on how to get a ticket for AC’s new show. Luck was with me today. I accompanied my

New York City: One World Trade Center

A friend from the thrid world asked me what World Trade Center where the Twin Towers used to stand proudly looks like nowadays. I went there the other day and this is what I found. The area is full of traffic officers to usher thousands of tourists (not to mention the

New York City: The Pantless Commuter

I was people watching at 5th Avenue and 49the Street yesterday when this pantless commuter just zoomed by during rush hours. For a lot of tourists in the area, the world stopped for a while. Everything can happen in New York. For New York Hostels, click HERE.  For New York

New York Skyline from Staten Island

New York skyline from Staten Island is worth a visit for every tourist. The ferry ride itself from the Battery Park on the South end park of Manhattan is FREE. And I have to mention that the navy officers on aboard the ferry are hot eye candies. :)) Is that enough

Central Park in New York

Central Park is New York City’s oasis during summer heat. It is a massive 843 acres of lush green in the center of the world’s best city. The park is a favorite location to some unforgettable Hollywood movies, like [easyazon_link asin=”B004SIP9RO” locale=”US” new_window=”yes” nofollow=”default” tag=”pridecostume-20″ add_to_cart=”default” cloaking=”default” localization=”yes” popups=”yes”]Serendipity[/easyazon_link], [easyazon_link

New York City: Grand Central Station

In rush hours, the Grand Central Station is like an ebbing tide of humanity that flows in all four corners. There’s chaos here but it’s wonderfully beautiful. The fluidity of movements created by people is like a dance masterpiece which everyone has it’s own choreography to perform. The famed clock