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New York City — There are few more thrilling cities to visit than New York, with its dynamic, inimitable mix of world cultures, towering skyscrapers, and vibrant, ever-changing neighborhoods. Pulsating with an almost tangible energy, it’s little wonder that visitors from around the globe arrive in droves to take a bite out of the invigorating and often overwhelming Big Apple. Of course, underneath the kinetic frenzy, there is still a solid, grounding base to it all – the classic New York, New York depicted in black-and-white movies of yore.

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Deal Alert: $89 Round-Trip NYC to Montreal on Amtrak

April 15, 2014 by Karen Gardiner Dion

Now that spring has sprung, it's become much more comfortable (and sensible) to head north on vacation. What better way to take in the blooming landscape than by ... Read More »

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Play Ball: 5 Ways to Save at a Baseball Game This Summer

April 14, 2014 by Will McGough

Going to the ballpark isn’t what it used to be: ticket, concession, and parking costs all combine to put a major strain on your wallet, hindering the enjoyment ... Read More »

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Home Sweet Hotel: 5 Places for Longer Stays in NYC

April 10, 2014 by Karen Gardiner Dion

New York City: home to astronomically priced hotel rooms that are the size of shoeboxes. While that's bearable for a short stay, what's a longer-term visitor to ... Read More »

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4 Audio Walking Tours that Explore the Seamier Side of Famous Cities

April 04, 2014 by Karen Gardiner Dion

Great cities are always changing, and as property developers and big businesses move in, often the first neighborhoods to lose their character are those that ... Read More »

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Park Slope: How to Walk Brooklyn's Most Scenic 'Hood

April 02, 2014 by Alex Schechter

As we showed in an earlier postthis week, New York is pulling out all the stops for National Walking Day, which is today, April 2. And that's as it should be: ... Read More »

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“Consider booking seats at the back of the plane since you’ll usually board first and have first dibs on luggage space.”

Laura Motta Director, Deals Publishing

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