Pope Francis Visits Family Friendly Philadelphia Sept 26 and 27, 2015

Posted on Sep 1, 2015

Pope Francis Visits Family Friendly Philadelphia Sept 26 and 27, 2015

Philadelphia has something for everyone, including a visit by Pope Francis from Saturday, September 26 and Sunday, September 27, 2015! National Landmarks and the world-renowned symbols of freedom which include the Liberty Bell, Independence Hall , the Constitution Center and Betsy Ross House. Art is everywhere, from outdoor wonderful sculptures, to over 3,500 murals to world class […]

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Travel Advisors vs the Internet

Posted on Aug 25, 2015

Travel Advisors vs the Internet

Your Time is Irreplaceable What is truly irreplaceable and precious now is time….your time and how you spend it. Thinking about where and how you or your clients want to travel can be overwhelming. The Internet has a myriad of choices and everyone has an opinion about everything.  The downside is that we don’t know the bloggers, their values or […]

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NYC Gridlock Alert: Plan Your NYC Itinerary Carefully!

Posted on Aug 20, 2015

NYC Gridlock Alert: Plan Your NYC Itinerary Carefully!

Fashion Week, the UN General Assembly and Pope’s visit are just around the corner and New York City streets will be facing the gridlock that occurs every year while these events are “in town”.  As “experts on the ground” DNY can help you navigate around town while saving time, money and aggravation! The following events are coming up […]

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SeaGlass Carousel Finally Opens in Battery Park NYC Thursday, August 20, 2015

Posted on Aug 18, 2015

SeaGlass Carousel Finally Opens in Battery Park NYC Thursday, August 20, 2015

For the child in all of us, we’re thrilled to announce that after years of delays, SeaGlass Carousel will finally open in Battery Park! Explore this magical new world and remember each of the five boroughs has a special carousel. SeaGlass, Battery Park, Manhattan The story of SeaGlass began when The Battery Conservancy was designing the […]

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13 Golden Rules for Attending Broadway Shows – From the Pros

Posted on Aug 5, 2015

13 Golden Rules for Attending Broadway Shows - From the Pros

During the past several months, a series of situations has caused the industry to reach out with suggested acceptable behavior when attending a theatrical production. The Broadway Theatre League wants you to have a wonderful theatrical experience so following their tips will allow everyone to have the best Broadway experience possible. Please review their friendly etiquette refresher course and […]

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Washington D. C. Beyond Monuments, Museums and Memorials

Posted on Jul 28, 2015

Washington D. C. Beyond Monuments, Museums and Memorials

Washington DC may seem daunting, so customizing your itinerary is key to experiencing the city at the pace you prefer. Contact a Discover New York and Beyond Destination Specialist to create one of a kind experiences that stimulate your intellectual curiosity in a city where politics, art, architecture, science, gastronomy and culture merge.  

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Why is Alexander Hamilton’s New York the Hottest Ticket in Town?

Posted on Jul 21, 2015

Why is Alexander Hamilton’s New York the Hottest Ticket in Town?

With the huge hit of Hamilton on Broadway, learn how Alexander Hamilton shaped the way we, as American’s, live today! Explore Hamilton’s New York! Learn about the war hero, the Constitution and the financial wizard who was the first Secretary of the Treasury! Contact a Discover New York and Beyond Destination Specialist to see the […]

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500 Little Gems in NYC

Posted on Jul 14, 2015

500 Little Gems in NYC

New York City has over 500 public, small parks and atriums that are hidden amongst some of the Cities iconic buildings, most of which are privately owned. Many of these little gems have waterfalls; movable chairs and landscaping where you can rest and relax while watching the hustle and bustle of the city pass you […]

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Can You Really Book a Great New York Trip on the Internet?

Posted on Jul 7, 2015

Can You Really Book a Great New York Trip on the Internet?

Using a list of commodities is a great start.  Creating an extraordinary itinerary is similar to asking a five star chef to create a unique and special dish. The expertise is in knowing how to select and pair ingredients to achieve the perfect culinary balance for the right price. Are you missing special access options that may not […]

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Happy Birthday America: Walking in the Footsteps of Revolutionary History

Posted on Jun 30, 2015

Happy Birthday America: Walking in the Footsteps of Revolutionary History

As we celebrate the July 4th holiday, why not plan to walk through the historic neighborhoods in Boston, New York, Philadelphia and Washington, D.C. Hear the stories about the people that helped form our country and the trials and tribulations that brought us together. Learn how families chose sides to be Patriots versus Loyalists in […]

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