Posts Tagged: new york tips

How to avoid Jet Lag

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Airport departures arrivals

What is jet lag? Many of our tour guests who travel from afar or from overseas have trouble to adjust to the new time difference in their destination city. Here are some tips on how to avoid jet lag. When you travel to another time zone, your internal clock is off – that’s what you call jet […]

The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon Tickets

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New York City's skyline @fotolia

Looking for a free and fun NYC experience?  Then consider obtaining Jimmy Fallon tickets. The Tonight Show returned to New York City this year for the first time in 42 years!!  This iconic late-night show is the longest-running talk show in television history, and has been hosted in past years by Johnny Carson, Jay Leno […]

Walking Across the Brooklyn Bridge

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New York Brooklyn Bridge

The aim of this post is to help you plan for walking across the Brooklyn Bridge – how to get to it, where to start, when to go, what else there is to do around the bridge. Be sure to read of our self-guided tour of the Brooklyn Bridge.  We also list several guided walking tours […]

Live TV Show Tapings

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Colbert report NYC street

While visiting NYC, not only do you have the opportunity to see amazing sights, you can attend live tapings of some of your favorite TV shows!  Saturday Night Live, The Colbert Report, Good Morning America and more film in New York City, and offer travelers the opportunity to be a part of their studio audience. […]

Running in Central Park

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Running tours of Central Park with Free Tours By Foot

Whether you are a casual Sunday jogger or a serious road warrior with many marathons behind you, Central Park is a runner’s paradise, although it’s also a great place for a walking tour.  If you feel the urge to stretch your legs and get a run in during your trip to NYC, head up to […]

LaGuardia Airport to Manhattan

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Airport departure arrival

LaGuardia is the closest airport to Midtown Manhattan (about 8 miles away).  It is a smaller airport than JFK, but still extremely busy.  If you are flying international you will probably go into JFK or Newark.  Read our blog posts on transportation from JFK Airport and from Newark Airport.  There are a few options for […]

East River Ferry

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New York East River Ferry banner

This post is about the East River ferry service (run by NYC Ferry) and includes information about tickets, schedules, routes and what there is to see at each stop.  Using the ferry as an alternative way to get from one destination to another has many advantages: it is faster than the subway in most cases, […]

How to Get from Newark Airport to Manhattan

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How to Get from Newark Airport to Manhattan

Some people prefer Newark over the other airports because it is comparatively less crowded and has many direct flights available.  As with the other airports, there are numerous options for transportation from Newark Airport to Manhattan. Related Content: How to get to and from LaGuardia Airport. How to get to and from JFK Airport. How […]