New York City restaurant Carnegie Deli reopens after 10 months.

Posted on Feb 9, 2016

New York City restaurant Carnegie Deli reopens after 10 months.

New York City’s classic Jewish delicatessen, Carnegie Deli is finally open after 10 months since illegal gas hook-ups are now in compliance with NYC code issues. Carnegie Deli has been an institution in midtown Manhattan for over 79 years and has been missed by both tourists and locals. ​Everyone has their favorite foods in New […]

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Custom Itineraries Personalized for Valentine’s Day Weekend Getaways

Posted on Feb 3, 2016

Custom Itineraries Personalized for Valentine’s Day Weekend Getaways

Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Washington, D.C. Norfolk/Williamsburg/Jamestown, Charleston and Savannah Give a Valentine’s Day “getaway” weekend that can include round trip transfers, romantic accommodations and dinners and one customized, special experience designed to enhance your time together when you have the time to be together. Call your Discover New York and Beyond Destination Specialist to create a […]

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Discover New York and Beyond Creates Custom Itineraries in Savannah, GA

Posted on Jan 26, 2016

Discover New York and Beyond Creates Custom Itineraries in Savannah, GA

Conde Nast Traveler, 2016 lists Savannah as one of America’s Best Food Cities and Travel + Leisure 2016 listed Savannah as #3 as World’s Best City in the U.S. and Canada!  ​ For a terrific getaway, explore the best of Savannah’s Antiques and Shopping, Historic Private Homes and Gardens, Savannah’s Squares, History and Architecture, Ghosts […]

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Family Engineering Day Washington, D.C. Feb 27, 2016

Posted on Jan 19, 2016

Family Engineering Day Washington, D.C. Feb 27, 2016

Custom Family Trips For a great family itinerary in Washington, D.C., include time at the annual Family Engineering Day. The whole family will enjoy exploring a variety of opportunities for hands-on learning at the National Building Museum. Nearly 30 Family Day exhibitors present basic science and engineering principles through hands-on and mind-challenging activities. Special demonstrations […]

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Calling all Foodies: Food Trucks, Food Halls and NYC Winter Restaurant Week Jan 18 – Feb 5, 2016

Posted on Jan 12, 2016

Calling all Foodies: Food Trucks, Food Halls and NYC Winter Restaurant Week Jan 18 – Feb 5, 2016

The Food Scene in NYC started with push carts operated by vendors offering a variety of delicious treats from countries all over the world​. That tradition continues with today’s food trucks, run by up and coming chefs​, allowing them to fine tune their craft ​in the hopes of opening their own restaurants and be part of NYC’s […]

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A Gift Certificate for Your Future

Posted on Dec 22, 2015

A Gift Certificate for Your Future

Thank you for allowing all of us to create amazing memories for our family, friends and clients throughout this past year. The Gift of Travel is truly priceless. How you execute it is what makes a program extraordinary. Treat yourself with a gift of travel to experience what the world has to offer. Next year, […]

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NYC Girl’s Weekends—Celebrating Women Artists, Writers, Chefs and Broadway

Posted on Dec 15, 2015

NYC Girl’s Weekends—Celebrating Women Artists, Writers, Chefs and Broadway

Girl’s Weekends just got more interesting with the announcement of the opening of Elizabeth Louise Vigée Le Brun’s exquisite exhibition of 80 paintings at the Metropolitan Museum of Art which will run from February 15 – May 15, 2016. Celebrate women throughout the winter and spring months with extraordinary experiences: • Women artists in the […]

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Brooklyn: Discover New York Beyond SantaCon

Posted on Dec 9, 2015

Brooklyn: Discover New York Beyond SantaCon

This Saturday, December 12, 2015 SantaCon will kick off in McCarren Park in Brooklyn. The Borough of Brooklyn has over 2.5 million people and so many different neighborhoods; you cannot see them all in one day! No matter what time of the year you visit, there is always something wonderful to do in Brooklyn.  It’s […]

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December in NYC: Come Celebrate the Holidays!

Posted on Dec 1, 2015

December in NYC: Come Celebrate the Holidays!

Searching for a Last Minute Gift; Consider Celebrating the Holidays in New York City! The famous windows and holiday markets are sparkling and on display. Explore the museums, galleries, theatres, concerts, ice skating, caroling and, of course, the lighting of the various Christmas trees and Hanukkah Menorahs starting Wednesday, December 2, 2015 with the lighting […]

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NYC Celebrates with Two Parades: November 25th Historic Holiday Renames Bowling Green & November 26th Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

Posted on Nov 24, 2015

NYC Celebrates with Two Parades: November 25th Historic Holiday Renames Bowling Green & November 26th Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

Wednesday, November 25, 2015 Bowling Green was created by the Dutch as a cattle market in the 17th Century and became New York’s first park in 1733. On November 25, 1783 George Washington’s Continental army marched into New York City officially ending the Revolutionary War. To commemorate the event, the British Union Jack was taken […]

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