New York City always has something going on. Lately more and more things have been opening up for the masses to enjoy. Currently, as of now, to enjoy the indoor activities you must be vaccinated. Check with the establishments you are visiting before going for up to date information! If you are coming here for the holiday season and beyond like many do, here are 5 fun things to do when visiting New York City!
New York City has an amazing amount of hotels to stay at. I know it can be hard to choose because there are so many. People ask me all the time best areas or hotels to recommend. I won a one night staycation at the Arlo Midtown in New York City and of course I wanted to share information and my experience.
There are so many things to see, do, and know about New York City. As a person born and raised in New York City, it is important to help those who want to come visit this concrete jungle. With the help of my fellow blogger friend Adanna from Rattles & Heels we have 10 tips that we hope help while you are visiting NYC. Honestly there is so much to know about New York City there will most likely be more posts I write about this.
It is a known fact that Queens, New York is an extremely diverse place. You can travel all around it and experience so many different cultures. With that comes all types of foods! At the Queens International Night Market that is exactly what you get, different types of foods from all over the world. So of course my friend, Joanna and I had to see what all we could eat!
It is that time of the year again. Time to watch scary movies, pick out a costume, go trick or treating, and all of that fun stuff. It is also time to hit up a haunted house! Now if you are going to do this you have to go to a good one and that means going to Blood Manor in New York City.
Anthony Rue II is the founder and leader of one of the most commercially successful dance groups, The Amount Boyz. Anthony Rue II was born and raised in Brooklyn, NY and transcended the boundaries of the inner city and its woes, beginning his dance training starting at the early age of 10, at the National Dance Institute. After training at the institute through out his elementary years Anthony then moved on to attend New York City’s acclaimed “Fame” school Fiorella La Gaurdia High School of the Performing Arts. While training and excelling in classically trained dance, the exposure to funk and soul classics by his mother and the rise of Hip-Hop music and the dance that followed the movement still had a profound influence on him, and was ultimately where his passion for the art form lay.