A not-so-well-known trick I learned from a JFK flight attendant friend completely blew my mind. Apparently, there’s a 10-Trip AirTrain card option carefully hidden in the MTA ticket machine menu which only costs $26 ($1 fee included for the new card).
Grab That Passport is home in NYC this time, instead of hopping on a plane, we are going on a trip around the world… without leaving NYC. Gulliver’s Gate takes up 50,000 square feet (a full city block wide!) and is a technologically advanced, interactive and immersive world of miniatures that will ignite your imagination andContinue reading “The Miniature World in the Heart of Times Square, NYC: Gulliver’s Gate”
New York City was severely late to adopt the bike-share trend which is the norm in most European cities. It was first proposed in 2008. The original launch in 2011 was delayed by Hurricane Sandy and other technical issues. It officially opened in 2013 with 332 stations and 6,000 bikes. Expansions in 2014, 2015, andContinue reading “CitiBike is the Smartest Investment a New Yorker Can Make. Here’s Why.”