Posts filed under ‘Lower Manhattan’
What do East Coast culinary types do on their day off? They take a train to NYC to sample some of the best Manhattan has to offer. Two young chefs from the Washington, D.C. area went to New York just to sample the fine culinary expertise of Wylie Dufresne at his notable Lower East Side Manhattan restaurant. Read one chef’s review as the duo experienced an 11-course dinner at wd-50.
Midwest Airlines and PayPal have teamed up to help you get away to your favorite destination with an extra $50 in your pocket. It’s too good to pass up this summer. Midwest has no blackout dates, either. That’s $50 off per ticket on your reservation. So if 4 of you fly, you’ll save $200! Like I said — too good to pass up! You’ll need to purchase your tickets online and use the special promo code. Get that promo code here and get away for a few days with your friends.
If you want to save money, but waste valuable time, take the Super Shuttle from La Guardia to your Manhattan hotel. My time in NYC is always limited — there’s way more I want to do than my time will allow. So when 3 hours of my time is totally wasted in transit, I get steamed. So would you … Read the rest of this entry »
You’d love to visit New York again. But you’re dying to see Boston … or maybe Philadelphia or D.C. You can only afford one trip this season. Which city will you choose? Now you don’t have to choose just one city after all.
If you enjoy vintage clothing and appreciate the quality of antique textiles, get on a flight to New York! More than 80 antique textile and vintage clothing dealers will be featured at this Vintage Clothing & Antique Textile Show & Sale. Friday/Saturday — April 25-26. Check out the information at Manhattan Vintage. For the very best nonstop flights from Milwaukee or Kansas City — at very competitive fares, visit midwestairlines.com.
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If you’re thinking you’d might like a new suitcase for your next girlfriends’ getaway, check out this link to New York Magazine’s site. It offers up 117 different luggage styles ranging in price from $18 to $6,500. You’ll find a wide assortment of colors, textures, styles and finishes. From hardside metal to softside boring. Even a nice looking croc finish that looks ultra chic. Take a look at the exquisite set of retro luggage — it’s up there on page 6 or 7 at the pricier end of the collection. There must be something in there for you! For my personal luggage shopping tips . . .
Shopping Trip Ideas — Even a Day Trip Option
There’s still time — and great airfares — for you and your girlfriends to shop NYC! If you can get 6 gals together, you can get a Travels with Tish-only group fare that permits roundtrip travel on the same day. How fun would that be? Or make that shopping trip in January for after-Christmas bargains!
Here’s the latest news from the Lower East Side of New York. (SoHo, Chinatown, TriBeCa, the Village, etc.) Check out the Web site for info and contacts. http://www.lowereastsideny.com. Greenwich Village. SoHo. TriBeCa. Chinatown. Little Italy.
Fun Links for Fashion Shopping
Manolo’s Blog – No, not Manolo Blahnik (for those of you who are Sex in the City fans), but Manolo the shoe guy who seems to know a lot about the world of shoe fashion. Very fun to browse this blog’s pages.
About: NYC for Visitors — Details on where to find the bargains in NYC. Also visit this page on the same blog for information on the top NY department stores like Henri Bendel, Bergdorf Goodman and others.
December Things to Do and See in NYC. Check out the holiday festivities unique to Manhattan.
Info from Travels with Tish. Don’t forget to check out my previous posts about New York City, especially the terrific shopping options in Lower Manhattan.
Have a great trip — even if just for a day!
1) Special Airfare for 6 (or more) Gals. Just $200 roundtrip (including all taxes and fees) for a one-day or overnight trip. Limited dates in December and January, but well worth it!
2) Maps of Lower Manhattan. Print out a street map and a subway map to put in your pocket before you go.
3) Hotels Rooms for 4 or 6. Not too many Manhattan hotels accommodate more than 2 in a room. But I’ve compiled a list that will take 4, 5 or 6 in a room. Fly together, room together — have fun and save bucks for shopping or theatre tickets!
4) Events in Manhattan. Check out the events that will be going on during your NYC visit — like the Holiday Market at Columbus Circle that runs December 1-24. Also the Holiday Market at Union Square runs through December 24. An opportunity to find those unique gifts you can’t find at home. You might want to check out the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s annual Christmas tree and Neopolitan Baroque Creche — a perennial NY favorite.
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