Statue of Liberty To Re-Open
Mar26

Statue of Liberty To Re-Open

Statue of Liberty To Re-Open Interior Secretary Ken Salazar and New York Senator Charles Schumer announced today that the Statue of Liberty will reopen on July 4, 2013. Liberty Island closed on October 29, 2012 due to Hurricane Sandy, but now the icon of freedom will be opening symbolically on the day that America declared its own freedom.”We are pleased that the NPS has announced an official reopening date for the Statue of...

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Special Winter Savings at Millennium Hotels & Resorts
Dec26

Special Winter Savings at Millennium Hotels & Resorts

(NEW YORK, December 22, 2011) – Millennium Hotels and Resorts is taking the chill out of winter by offering travelers irresistible incentives to get away and have fun. New vacation packages at the company’s properties in Boulder, Buffalo and New York City feature a variety of complimentary extras, discounts and other value-added amenities. The “Boulder Ski Escape” at the Millennium Harvest House features accommodations and breakfast...

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Millennium Hotels Unveils New York Shopping Package
Nov18

Millennium Hotels Unveils New York Shopping Package

(NEW YORK, November 2011) — There’s no more exciting place in America to shop for the holidays than New York so Millennium Hotels and Resorts has introduced a special “New York Shopping”  package for guests of the Millennium Broadway Hotel and the Millennium UN Plaza Hotel. In addition to discounts at stores in Times Square and other parts of the city, the package even provides savings on an excursion to Woodbury Commons, one of...

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Walking the Streets of Manhattan

Nature’s mean of transport, our feet, is still the best way to explore any destination. This is particularly true for discovering the wonders which await visitors around Manhattan. Here are just two examples of what I discovered that I would have never seen if I had taken a car: An amazing art deco head just sat in the front yard of a brownstone in East 82nd Street. On top of it, the work of art languished near the trash cans. I...

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New York’s First Wall Street Hotel, the Andas

If you thought, that Wall Street is deserted after dark and on weekends when all the money-spinning worker bees have gone home, think again. The area has become very lively at all hours, with new bars, clubs and restaurants springing up everywhere. Taking advantage of this new development, Hyatt has opened the first ever hotel with an address directly on Wall Street, i.e. the Andaz located at 75 Wall Street. The hotel is remarkable...

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Circling Manhattan

Someone who, like me, comes to New York for the first time, can probably be forgiven for thinking about a train when asked if she wants to go on the Circle Line. That term is in fact the name of a wonderful boat ride around the island of Manhattan no visitor to New York should miss, even in such low temperatures as I experienced last week. It was bitter cold, ice covered part of the Hudson River, but on the water we went to experience...

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