a Dip In The Big Apple
the heat with a dip in any of the swimming pools open
to public access in New York City. Many hotels open their
pools to guests at no charge - and allow non-guests to
jump in for a fee.
NYC On $10 Or Less
visitors are finding out what native New Yorkers already
know: You dont have to spend a fortune to enjoy
New York. The city is bursting with hundreds of no-cost
and low-cost pleasures.
Fun in New York City
With a quarter of the city used for outdoor parks and
beaches, there's always a place to go to soak up some
sun, frolic in the waves or picnic on a green lawn.
& Bailey Circus
excitement builds as the ringmaster announces its start
with "Ladies And Gentlemen, Children Of All Ages"
in a tradition that's more than a century old.
Avenue Easter Parade
mix of fashion and wackiness, the Easter parade has been
an attraction since the Civil War. You can join in with
the folks strolling down the Avenue, or just sit in the
viewing stands and take it all in.
Patrick's Day Parade
17th is the day that everyone in New York is Irish. The
white line down the center of 5th Avenue is painted green
and bagpipes played by pipers in kilts fill the streets.
in the Catskills
short ride by car or bus from Manhattan brings you to
the New York State Forest Preserve with excellent skiing
and other winter sports.
Behind each door you'll find a special New York Holiday
event for that day or a place to visit that is a Holiday
tradition for all New Yorkers. Happy Holidays...
The annual Macy's extravaganza precedes turkey dinner
with floats, balloons and bands as the appetizer - setting
the stage for the jolly, red-robed symbol of the season
York City Marathon
Early November brings the big day that runners have been
training for all year. The race has come a long way from
the 55 finishers in 1970 to turn into a week long party.
In New York
annual Greenwich Village Halloween Parade is just the
beginning. Halloween is a trick-or-treat night for kids
and excuse for adults to dress up and party.
The highlight of the city celebration is Macy's fireworks
display, as crowds along the East River wait for the famous
Grucci brothers to outdo themselves this year.
Fairs Are Back In The City
fairs, outdoor feasts, neighborhood festivals and parades
are a sure sign that spring has sprung in NYC with great
places to eat, shop, stroll and people watch.
York On Any Budget
your budget in New York is not a sacrifice. A ferry ride's
hot dogs (mustard and sauerkraut - thank you!) come complete
with panoramic views of the skyline.
Beer is Back in Town
York City's famous home brew fizzled as national brands
took over the industry, but as micro and mini-breweries
made a comeback, so has Rheingold, "the extra dry
archive of staff reports, a review of local and national
media coverage, along with photo galleries on the day
that shook New York to its depths...