Archive for the ‘Northeast’ Category

Mohonk Preserve

Mohonk Preserve: Nature Hike Right Outside New York City

The only thing I remember during my college years of visiting New Paltz is that it has a great night life. Little did I know that it was home to the Mohonk Preserve and some of the best hiking trails right outside of New York City. A couple friends and I decided to do a [...]

9/11 Memorial in New York City

Photo of the Week: 9/11 Memorial

I was finally able to head over and visit the National September 11 Memorial & Museum, a tribute of remembrance and honor to the nearly 3,000 people killed in the terror attacks of September 11, 2001. If you’re planning a visit to the memorial, make sure you reserve your guest passes in advance.


Photo of the Week: Sleepy Hollow Cemetery

Halloween is finally upon us and this past weekend I had the chance to take a tour of the Sleepy Hollow Cemetery in Sleepy Hollow, New York. Many people make the trek to pay homage to the legendary author Washington Irving and enjoy all the Halloween festivities Sleepy Hollow has to offer.

Cheers in Boston

Weekend in Boston: What to See and Do That’s Cheap

Time and money always seem to be a reason as to why I can’t take long, well-deserved vacations. Fortunately, weekend trips won’t take me away from the office and are more affordable on my wallet. Boston was a close option and with it being just a four-hour bus ride away, I was able to get [...]

Brooklyn Bridge

Photo of the Week: Brooklyn Bridge

As one of the oldest suspension bridges in the United States and an iconic part of the New York skyline, this week’s photo is the Brooklyn Bridge. Even though it’s a huge tourist trap, walking over the bridge is free with beautiful views of both Brooklyn and Manhattan. You can view the rest of my [...]

Ground Zero Construction

Remembering 9/11: Ten Years Later

It’s incredible to think that ten years have already gone by since the attack on the Twin Towers. I bet when people think about 9/11, they can remember exactly where they were, who they were with and how they were feeling. I just so happen to be in my 10th-grade psychology class when the principal [...]

Gramercy Park

What a random day in NYC can look like

If there’s one thing I love about New York City, it’s that there’s always something to do at any given moment. It’s the perfect playground to be spontaneous, wonder around and see what the day will bring. Here’s what a random day for me looked like recently when a friend came to visit from out [...]

Bear Mountain Park

Photo of the Week: Bear Mountain

I recently found myself wanting to take a break from New York City and get out in order to smell fresh air for the first time in a long time. I decided to venture up north for a day trip to beautiful Bear Mountain, one of my favorite locations in the world. Check out one [...]

Stowe Mountain Lodge in Stowe, Vermont

Mini Vacation to Stowe, Vermont

Until recently, I found it hard to believe that I managed to take a 21-hour flight to Vietnam and have yet never managed at least a five-hour drive north of NYC (that didn’t include New York). So for my first trip of 2011, three of my closest girlfriends and I headed up to Stowe, Vermont [...]

New Year's Eve in Times Square

Video: Bill and Hilary Clinton Dancing in Times Square

It’s almost time to celebrate yet another year coming and going. Enjoy this video of Bill and Hilary Clinton dancing to Frank Sinatra at the 2009 New Years Eve Ball Drop in Times Square. Working in PR at that time definitely provided some perks, such as getting front row seats to taking tons of pictures [...]

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